$500 FRN's (1928 & 1934)
APMEX offers a fine selection of 1928 & 1934 $500 Federal Reserve notes.
A rare find today, $500 Federal Reserve notes are still 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 a down payment on a house, and seldom seen in circulation. The $500 Federal Reserve Note features a portrait of President William McKinley.
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This note is a nice Very Fine example with no distractions. An interesting aspect of the Federal Reserve Notes from 1928 is that their redemption wording states, "Redeemab.... Read More
An interesting aspect of the Federal Reserve Notes from 1928 is that their redemption wording states, "Redeemable in Gold on Demand at the United States Treasury, or in Gold or Lawful Money at any Fed.... Read More
The $500 denomination dates back to the Civil War when the notes were large size (about 7.375 by 3.125 inches). The notes were reduced to their current size and issued in 1928. The obverse of this 1928 Seri.... Read More
This note has Extra Fine Details but due to the light stains we will call it Very Fine plus. An interesting aspect of the Federal Reserve Notes from 1928 is that their rede.... Read More
Series 1928 $500 Federal Reserve Note from the San Francisco district. This note is a little on the dark side, but still retains enough body to be called a Fine. SN# L00036298A Series 1928 Federal.... Read More
Series 1928 $500 Federal Reserve Note from the San Francisco district. This note has seen some circulation, but is still solid enough to be called Very Fine. SN# L00021944A Series 1928 Federal Res.... Read More
This note will be housed in a Capital plastics deluxe currency holder. Friedberg#2201-A. Read More
This series 1934 $500 FRN is from the elusive Richmond district. Only 40,800 of this type were printed for Richmond, so this district is seldom seen. The note has seen moderate wear, but no abuse. A s.... Read More