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.
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!
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© G.L. Boudonck
© 2008 Greg Boudonck
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