GORGEOUS EXAMPLE OF
$1 1963-B Federal Reserve Note
JOSEPH BARR NOTE
JOSEPH W. BARR
President Lyndon B. Johnson appointed Joseph W. Barr as the Undersecretary of the Treasury from 1965-1968. Upon resignation of Henry H. Fowler, Joseph W. Barr became the 59th Secretary of Treasury on December 21, 1968. Twenty-eight days later, Barr resigned---the shortest Treasurer to hold office.
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Central Portrait of President GEORGE WASHINGTON
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Independently authenticated and graded:
PCGS Gem New 66PPQ
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