1934 $1,000 Federal Reserve Note (PMG Extremely Fine 40+) - Silver.com™
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1934 $1,000 Federal Reserve Note (PMG Extremely Fine 40+)

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Historic American coins hold up a lot better with the passage of time than historic American paper notes. Not only do paper notes break down faster, but the US has also gone through several different design series for its notes, with old designs typically removed from circulation by the Treasury or Federal Reserve and destroyed. One of the hard-to-come-by notes from American history is the $1000 Federal Reserve Note. Today, 1934 $1000 Federal Reserve Notes are available to you online at Silver.com in certified condition.

Note Highlights:

  • Available to ship to you inside protective currency sleeves!
  • Final design series for the $1,000 Federal Reserve Note!
  • Availability of certified notes is limited!
  • The face value is $1,000 (USD).
  • Graded Extremely Fine 40+.
  • On the obverse is a portrait of President Grover Cleveland.
  • The reverse features the denomination.
  • Please keep in mind that these notes may have slight variations in the exact flaws when buying multiples.

Federal Reserve Notes were introduced by the United States in 1914. This came at the same time as the creation of the Federal Reserve, a new, centralized government body responsible for safeguarding and controlling American currency. Prior to the introduction of Federal Reserve Notes, the most common notes in circulation in the US were programs such as Silver Certificates, Gold Certificates, the United States Note, and other bank-issued forms of paper currency.

All of the 1934 $1000 Federal Reserve Notes available here at Silver.com come with protective packaging. To ensure the continued Extremely Fine 40+ condition of the note, each one comes in a protective plastic sleeve. Paper currency with this grade typically shows three or more folds and can have one fold line that may be horizontal across the note.

On the obverse of 1934 $1000 Federal Reserve Notes is an effigy of President Grover Cleveland. President Cleveland is the only individual in American history to serve two non-consecutive terms as the President of the United States. He was the 22nd President of the United States from 1885 to 1889, and then served a second term as the 24th President of the United States from 1893 to 1897.

The reverse side of 1934 $1000 Federal Reserve Notes comes with a generic design element. The 1934 Series overhaul not only changed some of the obverse designs, but it also brought about the removal of the more artistic features on the reverse. This side now features only the denomination and nation of issue.

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Weight 1.00000 oz

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Year:  1934

Grade: Extremely Fine 40+

Grader: PMG

Mint Mark:  Not Shown

Condition: Extremely Fine 40+

Face Value:  $1,000 USD

Country:  United States

Edge Design:  Smooth

Packaging Type: PMG Certified Sleeve

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