$1,000 FRN's (1928 & 1934)

$1,000 FRN's (1928 & 1934)
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1934 $10,000 Federal Reserve Note Gem Uncirculated-65
The ten thousand dollar bill is the highest denomination note the United States has ever printed for public use in commerce. These $10,000 Notes are extraordinarily rare, with only 336 still in existence. Read More
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Any Quantity $164,995.00 $171,869.78
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1928 (E-Richmond) $1,000 FRN VF-35 PMG
Here is a nice series 1928 $1000 Federal Reserve Note from the tougher Richmond district. This note has a desirable 5 digit serial number and a light green seal and serial numbers. Read More
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Any Quantity $2,794.99 $2,911.45
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1934/34-A $1,000 FRN Good/VG
Series 1934-A Federal Reserve Note issued by the Atlanta district, these notes are atypical as $1,000 bills usually did not see heavy circulation. This is an inexpensive option for a high denomination note! Read More
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Any Quantity $1,579.99 $1,645.82

Do they Make $1000 Bills?

Yes, but not any longer. They were last printed on December 27, 1945, and officially discontinued on July 14, 1969, by the Federal Reserve System, supposedly due to 'lack of use'. Some $1000 bills can be worth several thousand dollars each.

Is there really a $10,000 bill? There were Federal Reserve Notes printed in a $10,000 denomination. There are only 366 still in existence, and one can expect to pay more than $150,000 to add such an item to one's collection.

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