1934 $1000 One Thousand Dollar U.S. Bank Note

  • Lot number 8798436
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  • Total bids 27
  • Winning bid $3,087.00
  • Buyer's premium $524.79
  • Total $3,611.79

Please see the photos for more details on the condition of the bill.

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

The 1934 $1000 banknote, featuring a portrait of Grover Cleveland, was issued by the United States government during the Great Depression. These notes were part of the series of high-denomination bills used primarily for transactions between Federal Reserve Banks and were not intended for general circulation. Due to their limited circulation and rarity, they are highly sought after by collectors today.

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