Extremely Low 2-digit serial number of E00000066B. This is the second lowest serial number known. In addition, the grade itself is tied for the Top Pop with CU-66 EPQ for the 1928-B series.
- This denomination and type was one of the first small size Silver Certificate issued.
- This note comes housed in an inert mylar currency sleeve from PMG.
- Extremely low 2-digit serial number of E00000066B.
- Certified by PMG as Gem Crisp Uncirculated-66 EPQ (Exceptional Paper Quality) condition.
- Signatures: Woods/Mills. Friedberg #1602.
- Face: Portrait of George Washington with "Silver Certificate" above and "One Dollar" below.
- Back: Large “ONE” with “ONE DOLLAR” superimposed at center.
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Series 1928-B with Woods/Mills signatures signify that this note was printed from February of 1932 through the end of President Hoover's term in March of 1933. This reduction in size from the older large size notes was done as a cost saving measure with all paper currency being used at that time.