$1,000 FRN's (1928 & 1934)
APMEX offers a fine selection of 1928 & 1934 $1,000 Federal Reserve notes.
A rare find today, $1,000 Federal Reserve notes are genuine U.S. Legal Tender. Last printed in 1945, the government stopped distribution of this denomination by 1969. These bills were mostly used for transactions between banks or for large private transactions such as making a down payment on a house, and seldom seen in circulation. The $1,000 Federal Reserve Note features a portrait of President Grover Cleveland.
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One of the interesting aspects of the Federal Reserve Notes from 1928 is that their redemption wording states, "Redeemable in Gold on Demand at the United States Treasury, or i.... Read More
Here's a evenly circulated series 1934 $1,000 Federal Reserve Note from the Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank. A tougher district with just 35,400 notes printed! This example is in Very Fine condition, and comes in a de.... Read More
This series 1934 $1000 Federal Reserve Note is from the Dallas district, which is one of the harder districts to obtain with just 46,800 notes printed! It is graded Fine plus - just shy of being a Very Fine. Friedberg # 221.... Read More
Series 1934-A $1,000 FRN from Kansas City -- a better district with just 21,600 notes printed! Serial number is J00038702A. This note has been graded Very Fine 30 by PCGS. A solid note with no distractions. Listed as F.... Read More
Series 1934-A $1,000 FRN from Kansas City -- a better district with just 21,600 notes printed! Serial number is J00050853A. This note has been graded Choice Very Fine 35 Net by PMG. The notations are for a paper pull a.... Read More
This note is an Extra Fine example with great eye appeal. Friedberg # 2212-J. Comes housed in a Capital plastics deluxe currency holder. Read More