1963-B $1.00 Barr Notes (5 pc. District Set) Crisp Uncirculated

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Series 1963-B $1 Federal Reserve Notes. Five piece district set. $5.00 Face Value - Crisp Uncirculated condition. Notes with Joseph W. Barr's signature were printed for only five districts; New York, Richmond, Chicago, Kansas City, and San Francisco.

Serving the shortest term as Secretary of Treasury - less than a month from December 21st, 1968 to January 20th, 1969 between the terms of Henry H. Fowler and David M. Kennedy - Joseph Barr and his signature on the $1 Federal Reserve Note were destined to become a stand out in the world of paper money collectors. Creating immediate speculation, these notes have become a staple in most collections, if for no other reason than their sheer uniqueness.

Here's your chance to get an entire district set for one low price.

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Product Specifications

Product ID: 54930
Year: 1963
Grade: 0
Inner Pack: 0
Outer Pack: 0