U.S. $1,000 Federal Reserve Note

  • This rare $1,000 Federal Reserve note features two-time United States President Cleveland
  • Large-denomination currency such as this was primarily used during times of war
  • Officially discontinued in 1969, today these bills are rarities that are highly coveted collectibles
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Item No. 31-2814

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Printed in 1934, this rare $1,000 Federal Reserve note features the visage of two-time United States President Grover Cleveland. Large-denomination currency such as this first emerged in the United States in the late 18th century and generally reappeared over the decades during times of war. The first officially printed $1,000 bill was issued during the American Civil War when it was primarily utilized to easily and quickly purchase supplies and artillery. Following the war, they were used during large financial transactions such as real-estate dealings, though such high-denomination currency was never widely circulated. Officially discontinued in 1969, today these bills are rarities that are highly coveted by collectors. 

The rare bill is marked with serial number "F00011476A"
U.S. $1,000 Federal Reserve Note
Period: 20th Century
Origin: America
Type: Paper Money

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