1928 (F-Atlanta) $5,000 FRN VF-20 PMG
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The $5,000 bill is the second highest denomination note the United States has ever printed for public use. These $5,000 notes are extraordinarily rare, with 224 still in existence. This is a problem free example, graded VF-20 by PMG.
- Sealed in an inert Mylar currency holder certified Very Fine-20 by PMG.
- Graded by Paper Money Guarantee (PMG).
- Of the 224 $5,000 bills known, only 32 are of the 1928 series.
- From The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta with the extremely low serial number of F00000198A.
- Rarer than the $10,000 note! Woods/Mellon signatures—Friedberg #2220-F.
- Face: Features a portrait of 4th President James Madison, author of the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights.
- Back: "The United States of America", "Five Thousand Dollars" and "5,000" within an ornate border.
$5,000 bills are classical in design featuring the central portrait of James Madison. These 1928 bills are scarcer than 1934 dated bills, but all of them are scarce. 1928 $5,000 bills were printed for 9 of the 12 Federal Reserve districts. Three Federal Reserve Districts - Philadelphia, St. Louis and Minneapolis - did not issue 1928 five thousand dollar bills. It is rare to find a problem-free $5,000 note.
Of the 32 1928 series $5,000 bills known, most of them have notated problems or are in institutions. There were 18,244 1928 $5,000 bills printed compared to 51,480 1934 $5,000 printed, though the survival rate was extremely low. The $5,000 bills have long been considered one of the kings of small size currency. Add this great collectible note to your cart today!
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