Gorgeous and scarce 1928 $1,000 Federal Reserve Note from the Cleveland Federal Reserve District.
- Housed in a protective Capital Plastics deluxe currency holder.
- Well preserved note from series 1928.
- Graded Choice Almost Uncirculated.
- Face: President Grover Cleveland with "Federal Reserve Note" above and "One Thousand Dollars" below.
- Back: "The United States of America" surrounded by the denomination.
Federal Reserve Notes are not only the current type of paper money in use today, but are great part of history that can easily be added to any currency collection. Add this great collectible note to your cart today!
Julian/Morganthau signatures—Friedberg #2211-D.
Series 1928 Federal Reserve Notes were the last to be backed by gold as their redemption wording states, "Redeemable in Gold on Demand at the United States Treasury, or in Gold or Lawful Money at any Federal Reserve Bank." No Federal Reserve Notes after the 1928 series' has carried this clause in its obligation.