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1928-C $1.00 Silver Certificate CU-66 PPQ PCGS (Autographs)

1928-C $1.00 Silver Certificate CU-66 PPQ PCGS (Autographs)

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This series 1928-C $1 Silver Certificate was one of the first of this type in the new "small size" notes first introduced in 1928. Autographed by Woods and Woodin.

Currency Highlights:
  • One the first small size Silver Certificates issued.
  • Housed in an archival quality currency sleeve.
  • Graded Gem New-66 PPQ by PCGS..
  • Face: Portrait of George Washington with "Silver Certificate" above and "One Dollar" below.
  • Back: Large ONE with ONE DOLLAR superimposed at center.
  • Fr#: 1603.
  • Autographs of Woods and Woodin.

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Although many of these series were printed in the billions, this series is an exception with less than 15 million printed! The scarcity of this issue stems from William H. Woodin's brief tenure as Secretary of the Treasury. He was appointed by President Franklin Roosevelt in early 1933 to the Treasury position, but resigned at the end of that same year due to ill health.

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.

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