$500 FRN's (1928 & 1934)

$500 FRN's (1928 & 1934)
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1934/1934-A $500 FRN Good Details
1934/1934-A $500 Federal Reserve Note. The notes in this listing are in Good or Better condition but have rips, tears, ink or other issues. An inexpensive way to purchase these high-denomination notes. Read More
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Any Quantity $679.95 $708.28
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1934/34-A $500 FRN VF
High denomination currency, such as these $500 Federal Reserve Notes, was originally intended for commerce between banks. They slowly made their way into circulation and are widely collected today. Read More
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Any Quantity $995.00 $1,036.46
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1934-A (H-St. Louis) $500 FRN Gem Unc-65 EPQ PMG
This Series 1934-A $500 Federal Reserve Note was issued by the St. Louis Federal Reserve District. This attractive high denomination note will enhance any collection. Read More
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Any Quantity $3,295.00 $3,432.29
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1934-A (B-New York) $500 FRN Ch About New-55 EPQ PMG
Superb near-new 1934-A Series $500 FRN from the New York Federal Reserve District. Graded AU-55 EPQ by PMG. Read More
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Any Quantity $1,775.00 $1,848.96
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Is there a $500 bill?

Yes, there is a 500 dollar bill. And 500 dollar bills are still legal tender, though rare. The last print run was in 1945. But should you use a 500 dollar bill to buy groceries? Absolutely not, because it's a highly collectible item. Premiums on certain 500 dollar bills can double their currency value.

What's the largest bill used in currency today?

The $100 bill is the highest denomination used in commerce. $500 bills and $1,000 bills are still legal tender but rarely encountered in daily use.

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