The 1882 Five dollar bill national currency note is valued basically from the city name on the note. Often, these notes were saved by the bankers who signed them. These are trophy notes to the hobby. The 1882 Five Dollar Brownback is the most desirable note design and is often collected as a type.
Prior to the American Civil War, state banks issued their own banknotes. During the Civil War, in 1863, the National Banking Act established a system of National Banks which were empowered to issue National Bank Notes subject to federal oversight. The chartering of banks and administrative control over the issuance of National Bank Notes were the responsibility of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.
American Bank Note ABNC Hawaii 50 Fifty Dollar Bill