What is a 1934 1000 dollar bill worth?

Most 1934 series and 1934A series $1,000 notes are worth around $2,125 in very fine condition. In extremely fine condition the value is around $2,400. In uncirculated condition the price is around $3,500-4,000 for notes with an MS 63 grade.

Is the 1000 dollar bill rare?

These large denomination bills were made purchasing war supplies much easier. The Civil-war era $1000 notes are extremely rare and most are locked up in museums or in the homes of very wealthy collectors.

How do you know if a 1000 dollar bill is real?

What Does a $1000 Bill Look Like?

  1. The 1918 series has a blue seal on the right side of the note’s face.
  2. The 1928 series has a green seal on the right side of the face.
  3. The 1934 and 1934A series have either a pale green seal or a lime green seal, which is the slightly rarer variety.

Can you get a 1000 dollar bill?

Like its smaller cousin, the $500 bill, the $1,000 bill was discontinued in 1969. There are only 165,372 of these bills bearing Cleveland’s visage still in existence.

How much is a James Madison $5000 bill worth?

In extremely fine condition the value is around $95,000-135,000. In uncirculated condition the price is around $135,000-160,000 for notes with an MS 63 grade.

Is there a 1000 dollar bill for sale?

Finding a $1000 dollar bill for sale is pretty rare outside of the collectors market. Most large denominations of U.S. currency falls into this category of uncirculated paper currency. Even if you did find one, a thousand dollar bill is valued at much more than it’s face value of a thousand dollars now.

Is the 1000 dollar bill still legal tender?

It’s really no surprise that the Federal Reserve discontinued large size paper money. Most high-denomination bills are purely collectibles now. Yes, a $1000 dollar bill exists and is still technically considered legal tender. It’s now worth much more than a thousand dollars because of how rare the note is. It’s valued at upwards of $20,000.

Why was the 1000 dollar bill taken out of circulation?

Another reason that the $1000 dollar bill was discontinued is that it wasn’t very cost efficient. In fact, it was cheaper to print a bunch of $1 bills to match the value of the $1000 treasury note. In the 21st century it’s much safer and easier to carry around a credit card than a large bank note.

What kind of ink is on a 1000 dollar bill?

Although the dollar bills signed in black ink, the signatures have often turned brown from being exposed to the elements. There may also be signs of erosion or burning on these hand-signed bills. Look at the serial number on the front of the bill. The serial numbers should be printed in blue, brown or red ink.

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