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$1000 1918 FRN=NEW YORK=Fr. 1133-B=BLUE SEAL=ONE THOUSAND==1 of 7=PCGS Fine 12
 
$1000 1918 FRN=NEW YORK=Fr. 1133-B=BLUE SEAL=ONE THOUSAND==1 of 7=PCGS Fine 12
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$19,500.00
$17,500.00
 
 
Description:

LARGE SIZE FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE

a FORERUNNER to the MONEY in YOUR POCKET

 

A VERY HISTORIC—and EMINENTLY COLLECTIBLE—SERIES of PAPER MONEY:

 

All were issued under the Federal Reserve Bank Act of December 23, 1913 which authorized denominations from $5 to $10,000. The designs on the front of Federal Reserve Bank Notes and Federal Reserve Notes (denominations $5-50) vary significantly; although the designs on the back are nearly the same.

 

 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN appears on the $5

 

ANDREW JACKSON appears on the $10

 

GROVER CLEVELAND appears on the $20

 

ULYSSES GRANT appears on the $50

 

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN appears on the $100

 

JOHN MARSHALL appears on the $500

 

ALEXANDER HAMILTON appears on the $1,000

 

on the two ultra-valuable, ultra-high denominations,

 

JAMES  MADISON appears on the $5000

 

SALMON  CHASE  appears on the $10,000

 

 

 

this sale contains a

CLASSIC DESIGN in UNITED STATES PAPER MONEY the:

 

ONE THOUSAND DOLLAR

 

FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE, with denomination of

 

$1000

 

series of 1918

 

BLUE SERIAL NUMBERS and SEAL

 

issued for the Federal Reserve Bank at

 

NEW YORK

 

 

Fr. 1133-B

 

an IMPORTANT  TYPE  NOTE

 

firmly entrenched in the minds of collectors that the mere mention of the name immediately conjures a mental image

 

this SPELL-BINDING SPECIMEN preserved in HIGHLY COLLECTIBLE CONDITION, suitable for even the fussiest of collectors as it was hand-selected as an above-average example for its technical grade

 

there are

 

BRILLIANT BLACK  INKS,

 

FOUR VERY NICE MARGINS for the issue

 

a DEEPLY IMPRESSED  IMAGE of the PORTRAIT of

 

ALEXANDER HAMILTON

 

at the CENTER of the front

 

destined to enhance any collection

 

our THIRTY YEARS of experience and TENS of MILLIONS of DOLLARS in SALES suggests that this note is NICER than AVERAGE for the assigned grade

 

Formerly graded as: PMG FINE 15, net 

Currently conservatively graded as:

PCGS FINE 12, apparent

There is a comment of "minor restorations" which looks like closed tears in the top margin. 

additional comments:

Only 7 others have been graded by either PCGS or PMG! 

please study the hi-resolution image yourself

REFER to the SCAN to EVALUATE the CENTERING, EMBOSSING, INKS, ALIGNMENT,

to formulate an independent opinion as to the quality and suitability of the piece.

the note illustrated is the exact one you will receive

For additional information, please call 586.979.3400

 
         
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