1934 $500 Five Hundred Dollar U.S. Bank Note

  • Lot number 8798363
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  • Total bids 25
  • Winning bid $1,599.15
  • Buyer's premium $271.86
  • Total $1,871.01

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1928 Federal Reserve Notes were originally redeemable in Gold unlike the more common 1934 Federal Reserve Notes.

The 1928 $500 Five Hundred Dollar U.S. Bank Note is a rare and historically significant piece of American currency. Issued during a time when large denominations were more common in circulation, this banknote is part of the Series of 1928, featuring a distinct design that showcases the nation's heritage. On the obverse, it typically features a portrait of President William McKinley, while the reverse highlights an allegorical representation of the United States. These high-denomination banknotes were primarily used for large transactions between banks, and their issuance was discontinued in 1945. Today, the 1928 $500 Five Hundred Dollar U.S. Bank Note is a prized collectible, sought after by currency enthusiasts and collectors of historical artifacts, offering a tangible connection to the economic history of the United States during the early 20th century.

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