The 1918 Series of Federal Reserve Notes offered denominations that most Americans never saw firsthand. These larger bills were issued by the Treasury to better facilitate large transfers of funds from one back to the next. When the notes were removed for circulation in the 1970s, the vast majority were destroyed. Today, 1934 $1000 Federal Reserve Notes are available to you online at JM Bullion in certified condition.
- Available to you in individual plastic currency sleeves!
- 1934 Series $1,000 Federal Reserve Notes offered a new design!
- Limited availability of certified notes!
- The face value is $1,000 (USD).
- On the obverse is President Grover Cleveland.
- The reverse features the denomination.
- Please bear in mind these notes may not have all the same wear patterns, but are all VF 35 notes.
When the Federal Reserve Notes were first introduced in 1914, that series featured the familiar notes you can find in your pocket today, at least from a rough design and denomination standpoint. This series included the $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100 notes. In 1918, the Federal Reserve issued $500, $1,000, $5,000, and $10,000 notes. In 1934, these four denominations received design overhauls that would remain in use through the 1970s when the notes were removed from circulation.
All of the 1934 $1000 Federal Reserve Notes available here come with a Very Fine 35 grade. Also known as Choice Very Fine, these VF 35 notes are similar in quality to Extremely Fine notes, but the number of folds is greater. While an XF note has three to four folds, these Very Fine notes have four to seven light folds.
On the obverse of $1000 Federal Reserve Notes is an effigy of President Grover Cleveland. The 22nd and 24th President of the United States, Cleveland is the only individual to hold the office on two non-consecutive terms. His likeness was added to the $1000 Federal Reserve Note in 1934, replacing the original design of Alexander Hamilton.
The reverse side of the 1934 $1000 Federal Reserve Note comes with an image of the denomination and nation of issue. Initially, the $1000 note had an ornamental design with a depiction of an American bald eagle clutching a flagpole. This design features only the denomination in numerals within the four corners and an alphabetic denomination through the center, as well as the nation of issue.
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