The Big Bills

A Collectors Dream!

I am about to show you paper money that our government doesn't make anymore.Some of these are worth a lot of money.Maybe someday,I will make enough to be able to invest in one of these for my collection.

Scroll down and learn a little more about United States paper money.

All small size $500, $1,000, $5,000 and $10,000 notes were printed only in the 1928, 1934, 1934 A, 1934 B, or 1934 C series. Although all these High Denomination notes are rare, the 34 B and 34 C series are extremely rare with none having been seen. The 1928 series were "Redeemable in Gold on demand." The 1934 A, B and C series were the last High Denomination notes printed in 1945. On July 14, 1969 the Department of the Treasury and the Federal Reserve system announced that due to lack of use, the High Denomination notes would be discontinued immediately. All High Denomination notes that are turned into banks are forwarded to the Federal Reserve and destroyed.

Values

These collector bills range in price.The $500 bill at the top sells for $1675.

The $1000 bill goes for $4550.

The $5000 bill sold,so I could not tell what it sold for,but I would have given $45,000 if I had it.

The $10,000 bill is for sale.I will leave the link if you would like to purchase it.

I would just love to have that in my collection!

Gold Certificates

If you have gold, you have money. At one time we had gold certificates.These were redeemable in gold.

I will leave you with some pictures of gold certificates. A MUST HAVE for any serious money collector!

The coin-collecting and paper money collecting hobbies can be a great investment!

Hope you Enjoyed

Hope you all enjoyed this hub--The Big Bills--Check back, I will be doing more hubs on money.

© G.L. Boudonck

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compu-smart 8 years ago from London UK

I enjoyed this hub Froggy, just as much as my girly ones;) well, nearly!! lol..i love the look of dollars and got a lot of pleasure looking at them, i like the look of dollars more than UK pounds! i think its all the American TV i watch with all the suitcases of cash! anyway, i look forward to more..


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Caregiver-007 8 years ago from Florida

Fascinating, Froggy. I agree with compu-smart, in that I prefer the appearance of the dollars...perhaps because I'd like these, even if they are losing value against the pound sterling and Euros. Great article. Thumbs up!


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mws44 8 years ago

It is very interesting to know that at one point the government backed currency with gold. Thanks for the helpful information and insights.


rodel 7 years ago

Good Day to you...

i have a 10,000 US dollar series of 1934, 500 US dollar series of 1934, & 100,000 US dollar... is this money have a value today or i can exchange it to you?

Please let me know if it is..... thank you and may the ....here's my address aiz_viel08@yahoo.com


richard 7 years ago

i have here 10,000 US dollar bill series of 1934A with serial#G00003031A-G00003400A.any body who wants this,pls call me if the price is right.#09234055751


derrek 6 years ago

i found 2 1928 $1000 federal reserve notes made out 0f .999 fs and cant find them on the enternet if any one has any info on these please call me 907 799 3083 they way 6 troy oz and have not a single replica stamp the bank offered me 1000 dollars for it nobody can tell me anything for pics look on ebay under federal note .999


gerly 4 years ago

i have gold certificate series of 1934 amounting to $100,000.00 serial number A00011917A. For those interested to buy please call or email at....rga_travel@yahoo.com / (063) 9205670111

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