Lowest printing of this series!
The $500 denomination was first released as a Legal Tender issue during the Civil War. After the conversion to small size notes in 1928, $500's were released that first year, and were redeemable in gold until 1933. The obverse of this 1928-series bill features President William McKinley on the obverse and the words “Five Hundred Dollars” on the reverse. Series 1928 $500 Federal Reserve Notes for the Minneapolis-district had a printing of just 34,680!
This example has been graded Very Fine 30 by Paper Money Guaranty. This is a great chance to own an always-in-demand series!
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|Grade:||Very Fine 30|
|Metal Content:||0 troy oz|
|Manufacturer:||Bureau of Engraving & Printing|