$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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Here's a 1934 $500 Federal Reserve Note from the Kansas City district. Serial # J00072292A. This note has seen only light circulation, and still has great eye appeal. A desirable specimen that has been certified Choice V.... Read More
Series 1934-A $500 Federal Reserve Note from the New York district. Serial number is B00359304A. A rough upper left border is the only thing keeping this note from being Extra Fine, so we will call this is a Very Fine-plus exampl.... Read More
This series 1934-A $500 Federal Reserve Note is from the Philadelphia district. This is a very nice note with no distractions, so we designate it in Extra Fine condition. It is housed in a Capital plastics delux.... Read More
Here is a Series 1934-A $500 Federal Reserve Note from the tough to find Richmond District. Only 36,000 notes were printed for Richmond in this series! A solid Very Fine example, that will b.... Read More
This example has been certified Very Fine 25 by PCGS. Looks even better at first glance. A tougher district with just over 46,000 total notes printed for series 1934 and 34-A. Friedberg#2202.... Read More
This example has been certified Very Fine 30 by PMG. Looks even better at first glance. A tougher district with just over 46,000 total notes printed for series 1934 and 34-A. Friedberg#2202-.... Read More