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.
- Sealed in an inert Mylar currency holder certified Gem Uncirculated-65.
- Only 336 notes still exist, which includes the 1928 and 1934 series.
- From The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston with the very low serial number of A00000172A.
- Face: Features a portrait of Salmon P Chase.
- Back: "The United States of America", "Ten Thousand Dollars" and "10,000" within an ornate border.
The $10,000 bills have long been considered the king of small size currency. This note is extremely rare. Add this great collectible note to your cart today!
Julian/Morgenthau signatures—Friedberg #2230-A.
It is currently thought that just under 60,000 $10,000 bills were printed for circulation for the 1928 and 1934 series combined. Of that 60,000, no more than 336 have survived destruction by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
The 1934 $10,000 bills were printed for every Federal Reserve district with the exception of Minneapolis. 1934 ten thousand dollar bills are known to exist on all districts except Cleveland. The large majority of 1934 $10,000 bills known to exist are from the New York district, which further adds to the scarcity of this Note.