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1934 $1000 Federal Reserve Note Atlanta PCGS About Unc 50$4,800.00Add to cart
1934 $1000 Federal Reserve Note Dallas PCGS Extra Fine 40$4,250.00Add to cart
1863 $3 Tallahassee Florida Obsolete FR# CR17 Choice Uncirculated$600.00Add to cart
1861 $100 Tallahassee Florida Obsolete FR# FLCR2 PMG 58 Choice About Unc$220.00Add to cart
March 25, 1790 Penny Colonial Currency FR# NJ-219 PMG 25 Very Fine$165.00Add to cart
July 2, 1780 $7 Colonial Currency FR# RI-287 PCGS 62 Uncirculated$250.00Add to cart
September 26, 1778 $60 Continental Currency FR# CC-86 PMG 63 Choice Uncirculated$1,000.00Add to cart
1934-A $5 Silver Certificate FR# 1651 PMG 65 EPQ Gem Uncirculated$100.00Add to cart
1929 $100 Federal Reserve Bank Note FR# 1890-D PCGS 58 PPQ Choice About New$500.00Add to cart
1928 $100 Gold Certificate FR# 2405 PMG 35 Very Fine$2,000.00Add to cart
1928 $1 Legal Tender FR# 1500 PCGS 62 PPQ New Unc$400.00Add to cart
1928 $100 Gold Certificate FR# 2405 PMG 45 Extra Fine$3,100.00Add to cart
Collectible Old US Currency: A Window into America’s Monetary History
Collectible old US currency offers a fascinating glimpse into the nation’s rich monetary heritage, making them highly sought-after treasures among numismatists and history enthusiasts alike. Each note is a unique artifact, holding stories of America’s past, and possesses qualities that make them particularly popular and valuable for collectors.
The high collectibility of old US currency can be attributed to several key factors:
These notes represent significant periods in American history, from the iconic $1 Silver Certificate issued in the late 19th and early 20th centuries to the $10 Legal Tender Notes, bearing portraits of notable figures like Alexander Hamilton.
Artistry and Design
Old US currency features exquisite engravings and intricate artwork, reflecting the craftsmanship of renowned artists and engravers from various eras.
Rare Currency Varieties
Within each denomination, there are rare and scarce varieties, such as star notes, misprints, and special issues, that excite collectors seeking unique pieces to add to their collections.
As these notes were eventually taken out of circulation, their availability has decreased over time, increasing their scarcity and value in the collectors’ market.
Popular Currency Denominations:
$1 Silver Certificates
Issued from 1878 to 1963, $1 Silver Certificates were backed by silver bullion held in the US Treasury. Their blue seal and intricate design, along with the famous “In God We Trust” motto, make them beloved collector’s items.
$10 Legal Tender Notes
Introduced during the Civil War, $10 Legal Tender Notes featured prominent historical figures like Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Jackson. Their classic greenbacks and historic significance add to their allure.
Fractional Currency, issued in denominations less than $1 during the Civil War, includes notes like the 10-cent and 25-cent examples. Their scarcity and connection to a pivotal period in American history make them highly collectible.
The $1000 bill, although not circulated for general use since 1945, remains one of the most sought-after denominations among collectors due to its high face value and limited availability.
The $500 bill, like the $1000 bill, has not been used for everyday transactions for several decades, adding to its desirability for collectors.
Old US currency offers more than just monetary value; it tells stories of America’s progress, achievements, and cultural identity. These rare notes carry both historical significance and artistic beauty, making them treasured additions to any collection. Whether you are a seasoned collector or an aspiring enthusiast, collecting old US currency offers a fascinating journey through the nation’s past and the art of money itself.
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