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Own one of America's last high denomination bills - issued when its value was estimated to represent 4 years' pay for a typical worker - with our 1934 Series $1000 U.S. Bank Note. It is guaranteed to be in extra fine (XF) or better condition and comes to you encapsulated in a clear acrylic brick holder to help preserve its beauty and condition. We're also tucking this rare collectible into a niche inside a custom black velvet-lined box for display.
This was America's last $1000 bill. Today, the highest denomination is $100. Most $1000 bills were used for transactions between banks prior to the days of electronic transmissions. And although it's still legal tender - worth far more than its face value - if one appeared in general circulation, it would be destroyed by the Government, as were most others beginning in 1969.
The 1934 series came into circulation during the Great Depression at a time when the average worker only made $1 per day if they were lucky enough to have a job. It features our 22nd President, Grover Cleveland, on the face - the first and only President to serve 2 non-consecutive terms of office. Other details include:
Note: All items considered for return must be in their original condition as
sold. Seals and cases contribute to the value of the coin and currency
collectibles and must remain intact and unbroken. This applies but is not
limited to: grading cases, Mint and Proof cases and packages, bag seals,
original government sealed packaging and/or any other special packaging or
About collectible coins…
Treasures from around the world – delivered right to your door! Our large selection of collectible coin sets, proofs, ancient and uncirculated coins is ideal for both the novice and the experienced collector. HSN coin experts travel the world for the best coins - from the latest U.S. state quarters to the Widow’s Mite coin, discovered during an archeological dig in the Middle East. Most coins include a Certificate of Authenticity that validates the coin’s origin and condition.
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