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    $1 Colorized Legal Tender Note (2-Sided)

    The most common legal tender note in production by the US Treasury in the Federal Reserve Note collection is the US one-dollar bill. Introduced in its modern size starting in 1929, the $1 Federal Reserve Note wasn’t introduced until 1963. The combined designs on the obverse and reverse of the modern note are the oldest on US currency. Now, $1 Colorized Legal Tender Notes are available to you for purchase online from JM Bullion. Note Highligh... Read More

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    $1 George Washington Crossing the Delaware Legal Tender Note (New)

    One of the most important early moments in the American Revolution came on Christmas Day in 1776. After early successes in the war, the Continental Army was struggling for positive results on the field of battle. After an overnight crossing, the Continental Army under the leadership of General Washington struck a critical blow that would help boost American morale heading ... Read More

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    $1 Educational Legal Tender Note

    Many have said that the Educational Series of legal tender Silver Certificates from the US Treasury are the most beautiful paper money designs the country has ever issued. The designs in what became known as the Educational Series were released on Silver Certificates in 1896 with distinct designs on the $1, $2, and $5 notes in the series. Though the notes are long gone from production, you can still own these beautiful designs. Right now, $1 Educ... Read More

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    $2 Educational Legal Tender Note

    The list of American currency designs that collectors and the public-at-large consider the most beautiful is substantial, but many agree that the Educational Series of silver certificates introduced in 1896 rank at the top of the list. Released on $1, $2, and $5 Silver Certificates, these allegorical depictions are highly sought-out by collectors and can more easily be found on modern replications on current Federal Reserve Notes. Today, $2 Educa... Read More

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    $2 World War II Vintage United States Air Force Legal Tender Note

    JM Bullion is pleased to offer a brand-new legal tender note in commemoration of the United States Air Force during World War II. These notes have been produced by the Merrick Mint using proprietary techniques that bring Air Force imagery to the front designs. Genuine legal tender selected from untouched stacks of Federal Reserve notes, these unique collectibles are perfec... Read More

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    $2 World War II Vintage United States Navy Legal Tender Note

    In celebration of the Navy and its vital role during World War II, we are pleased to offer collectors a remarkable new note courtesy of the Merrick Mint. These notes are genuine $2 bills that have received vintage-style enhancements across the front design. Right now, $2 World War II Vintage United States Navy Legal Tender Notes are available to purchase online from JM Bul... Read More

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    $2 Shohei Ohtani Legal Tender Note (New)

    Shohei Ohtani has quickly risen to the ranks of the MLB and most now refer to him as the best player in all of baseball. The dominant Los Angeles Angel has become one of the best hitters and pitchers in the game, today. Now, you can commemorate his greatness as JM Bullion is proud to bring you $2 Shohei Ohtani Legal Tender Notes for purchase. Note Highlights: Arrives in a blue folio! Certificate of Authenticity included! Obverse dep... Read More

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    $5 Educational Legal Tender Note

    The largest note issued in the famed Educational Series of US Silver Certificates was the $5 note. Featuring an allegory of Electricity introducing light to the world, the silver certificate was one of three in the Educational Series alongside the $1 and $2 notes. Though remaining specimens of these 100-plus-year-old paper notes are rare today, you can still own these images on modern Federal Reserve Notes that have been enhanced. Right now, $5 E... Read More

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    Educational Legal Tender Note Set

    When it comes to the designs found on American currency, the heyday of artistry in this realm came during the final years of the 19th century and the first two decades of the 20th century. During the final years of the 1890s, in particular, there was a drive to bring real artistic creativity to the bills Americans carried in their pockets. Enter the Educational Series of Silver Certificates. This collection stands out as the top-three designs of ... Read More

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    1928 $1 Silver Certificate Note (Very Fine+)

    In 1928, the United States modernized one of its longest-running forms of paper currency. Originally introduced in 1878 as large-sized notes, the Silver Certificates were shrunk down to proportions that modern Americans would easily recognize today. These were the first notes to resemble the designs of the modern $1 Federal Reserve Note. Today, 1928 $1 Silver Certificate Notes are available to you online from JM Bullion in Very Fine+ condition. ... Read More

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    1963 $5 Legal Tender Note (Gem Uncirculated)

    In 1963, the United States issued the final note redesigns for the United States Note Series. Still the longest-running series of paper currency in the United States, the United States Note was first issued in 1862 and did not conclude until 1971, running concurrently with the Federal Reserve Note for more than 50 years. Right now, 1963 $5 Legal Tender Notes in GEM Uncirculated condition are available to purchase online from JM Bullion. Note H... Read More

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    1935a $1 Silver Certificate Hawaii Note (Very Fine)

    The US Silver Certificates were issued from 1878 to 1964 with countless design variations across the many denominations. Among the most notable in the long history of this paper currency series were two issues from the US during World War II. These special issues were released with distinctive ink colors and designed to be instantly demonetized in the event that the tide o... Read More

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    1929 $10 Federal Reserve Bank Note (Very Fine)

    JM Bullion is pleased to offer you a historic $10 Federal Reserve Bank Note featuring a portrait of Alexander Hamilton. These banknotes differ from normal Federal Reserve Notes in that they were only backed by their issuing bank rather than all 12 Federal Reserve banks collectively. Each note will feature its issuing bank on the left-hand side. Now, 1929 $10 Federal Reserve Bank Notes are available to you for purchase online from JM Bullion in Ve... Read More

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    1935a $1 Silver Certificate North Africa Note (Very Fine)

    The 1935a Series of $1 Silver Certificates from the United States is one of the most historically relevant notes issued in this long-running series. Though the notes were initially redesigned in 1935, the 1935a is a subset of 1935A Series notes that were issued as special releases for US Troops in North Africa and for use in Hawaii. The 1935a North Africa Note featured a y... Read More

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    1929 $20 Federal Reserve Bank Note (Very Fine)

    Between 1915 and 1934, the United States issued a series of Federal Reserve Bank Notes. These differed from Federal Reserve Notes in that the latter was backed by all twelve Federal Reserve banks, while the former was backed only by its issuing branch. In 1929, a new design was created featuring many of the design elements found on modern currency. Right now, 1929 $20 Federal Reserve Bank Notes in Very Fine condition are available to purchase onl... Read More

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    1929 $5 Federal Reserve Bank Note (Very Fine)

    In 1928, US paper currency was re-designed and included a new small size that was shared across all denominations. This brought uniformity and consistency to paper currency and set the standard for the legal tender notes in circulation today. In 1929, those same designs were featured on a brand-new issue of Federal Reserve Bank Notes. Today, 1929 $5 Federal Reserve Bank Notes are available to purchase in Very Fine condition online from JM Bullion... Read More

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    1934a $10 Silver Certificate North Africa Note (Very Fine)

    In November 1942, the US government printed emergency currency for US troops stationed in North Africa. The country had just entered WWII and if their position was compromised, these silver certificates could be revoked by the Treasury. To help differentiate these notes from other silver certificates, a special yellow Treasury seal was included in the design. Right now, 19... Read More

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    1864 $50 Confederate States of America Note (Very Fine)

    Shortly after seceding from the Union and forming the Confederate States of America, the newly-formed nation began to issue its own forms of currency to support the economy and pay for Confederate war costs. Now, 1864 $50 Confederate States of America Notes are available to you for purchase online from JM Bullion in Very Fine condition. Note Highlights: Notes arriv... Read More

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    1934a $20 Federal Reserve Hawaii Note (Very Fine)

    On December 7, 1941, Japan attacked the US Naval base at Pearl Harbor. This was the major catalyst that prompted the United States to enter World War II. It also prompted the American government to recall all paper currency in Hawaii in the event that Japan took over the state. In its place, special Hawaii notes were issued that the US could deem invalid if the Japanese en... Read More

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    1934a $10 Federal Reserve Hawaii Note (Very Fine)

    The Hawaii Federal Reserve notes are a great opportunity for collectors to obtain a unique piece of American history. Issued in the wake of Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor, they were designed to be devalued in the event of an enemy takeover of Hawaii. Because such fears did not transpire, the notes never lost their monetary value. Right now, 1934a $10 Federal Reserve Hawa... Read More

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    1864 $100 Confederate States of America Note (Very Fine)

    Money collectors are accustomed to buying items that have more collectible value than face value. Whether it is historic coins, modern bullion coins, or historic notes, the value of the precious metals in a coin and the history of a note often push the collectible worth of a specimen higher. In the case of surviving Confederate paper money, something that was rendered enti... Read More

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    1862-1863 $100 Confederate Currency Note (Very Fine)

    Shortly after the formation of the Confederate States of America, the Confederacy began to issue its own forms of currency in the Confederate States dollar denomination. This consisted of coins and banknotes, with banknotes referred to as “greybacks.” Now, 1862-1863 $100 Confederate Currency Notes in Very Fine condition are available to you for purchase online from JM ... Read More

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    1914 $5 Federal Reserve Note (Very Fine)

    In 1914, the United States Treasury introduced the existing modern paper currency that Americans carry around in their pockets to this day. The 1914 release of the Federal Reserve Note represented the last notes introduced into circulation in the United States using the older large-sized format. Now, 1914 $5 Federal Reserve Notes are available to you for purchase online from JM Bullion in Very Fine condition. Note Highlights: Notes arrive... Read More

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    1929 $50 Federal Reserve Bank Note (Very Fine)

    When the United States Treasury introduced the Federal Reserve Notes in 1914 and 1918, the original series of notes came in a format unfamiliar to most Americans in the 21st century. The 1914 Series and 1918 Series were printed in the large-sized format that had been used on Silver Certificates and United States Notes since the 19th century. In 1929, the US shrunk the size of the notes in the name of efficiency. Now, 1929 $50 Federal Reserve Note... Read More

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    1914 $10 Federal Reserve Note (Very Fine)

    The modern Federal Reserve Note from the United States Treasury debuted in 1914. At this point in time, there were already several forms of paper currency in circulation in the United States, with the Federal Reserve Bank Notes also issued in 1914 for the first time. The Federal Reserve Notes of 1914 look different than the notes in your pocket today and hold collectible value well beyond their face value. Right now, 1914 $10 Federal Reserve Note... Read More

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    50 Cents Confederate Currency Note (1862-64Uncirculated)

    One of the more unique forms of American paper currency from history comes from the Confederate State of America. Issued by the CSA from 1861 to 1865, the notes were rendered monetarily useless after the war as the Union refused to recognize the debts of the Confederacy. However, these notes do maintain collectible value among monetary enthusiasts. Today, 1864 50 Cents Con... Read More

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    1966 $100 Legal Tender Note (Very Fine)

    Legal Tender Notes, also known as United States Notes, were issued by the US Government from 1862 to 1971. This makes them the longest-issued form of currency in the country’s history. In this listing, you will find the 1966 $100 note featuring Benjamin Franklin. Today, 1966 $100 Legal Tender Notes are available to you online from JM Bullion in Gem Uncirculated condition. Note Highlights: Arrives in a protective currency sleeve! Fea... Read More

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    1934a $5 Federal Reserve Hawaii Note (Very Fine)

    Between 1942 and 1944, the US government issued special emergency currency in the state of Hawaii. This came as a result of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. In the event of an enemy takeover, the US needed the ability to declare invalid any currency in the state. Once the war ended, the government began recalling these emerg... Read More

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    1917 $1 Legal Tender Note (Very Fine)

    The United States Note program, also known simply as Legal Tender Notes, ran from 1862 to 1971, making it the longest-running form of paper money in US history as of 2021. The Legal Tender note featured the same obverse design focus from 1869 until its cancelation in the 1970s. However, within that same design family, you will find various series with minor design adjustments that often focused on the seals and lettering on the notes. Right now, ... Read More

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    1899 $1 Black Eagle Silver Certificate (Very Fine)

    No series of American paper money is responsible for more iconic, artistic designs than the Silver Certificate. Issued by the United States from 1878 to 1964, Silver Certificates were redeemable for the face value of the note in silver dollars throughout much of the history of the series. During its nearly century-long production cycle, the Silver Certificate collection ge... Read More

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    1918 $1 Flying Eagle Federal Reserve Bank Note (Very Fine)

    The Federal Reserve Act of 1913 resulted in the release of two different kinds of paper notes with the term “Federal Reserve” included. The Federal Reserve Note is the only one of those two still in circulation. The Federal Reserve Bank Note was a separate series that was only accepted through 1934. Right now, 1918 $1 Flying Eagle Federal Reserve Bank Notes in Very Fin... Read More

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    1914 $20 Federal Reserve Note (Very Fine)

    The first release of the modern Federal Reserve Note by the US Treasury came in 1914. The 1914 Series was one of only two series issues in the Federal Reserve Note program that used the older large-sized format for US paper currency. These notes were much larger than modern notes issued from 1929 onward and are sometimes referred to as horse blankets due to the size. The only $20 note issued in the large-sized format was the 1914 note. Today, 191... Read More

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    1928 $10 Gold Certificate Note (Very Fine)

    In 1928, the US Government issued a new gold note with a smaller size and a design similar to the more common Federal Reserve notes. These notes were redeemable for actual gold and were extremely popular with citizens who preferred not to carry physical bullion in their pockets. Today, 1928 $10 Gold Certificate Notes in Very Fine condition are available to you for purchase online from JM Bullion. Note Highlights: Available to you in a pro... Read More

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    1917 $2 Legal Tender Note (Very Fine)

    Still the longest-running form of paper money used in the United States, the United States Note was one of the first forms of paper money ever issued by the federal government. Available from 1862 to 1971, the US Note was acceptable in US commerce for 109 years. The modern Federal Reserve Notes will not surpass the US Note until 2024 in terms of longevity in use. Right now, Very Fine 1917 $2 Legal Tender Notes are available to purchase online fro... Read More

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    1928 $20 Gold Certificate (Very Fine)

    The US Gold Certificate was available from 1863 to 1933, with large-sized notes issued through most of this timeframe. In 1928, the United States Treasury modernized the notes with a new small-sized format and singular designs matching all other circulating US currency. Right now, 1928 $20 Gold Certificates are available to purchase online from JM Bullion. Note Highlights: Arrives in protective currency sleeves! 1st small-sized Gold Ce... Read More

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    1923 $1 Legal Tender Note (Very Fine)

    The 1923 Legal Tender Note was one of the final redesigns for the large-sized format of the note. This particular design combination on the $1 Legal Tender Note was only available for a handful of years as the series was modified in 1928 to downsize the notes to the modern small-sized format. Right now, 1923 $1 Legal Tender Notes are available to purchase online from JM Bullion. Note Highlights: Arrives in a protective plastic currency sl... Read More

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    1906-1922 $20 Gold Certificate (Fine+)

    In production from 1863 to 1933, the United States Gold Certificate was a counterpart form of paper currency to the US Silver Certificate. Like its counterpart, the Gold Certificate featured a face value redeemable for gold coins in that same amount. Gold Certificates were available for a much shorter period of American history than some other forms of paper currency. Now, 1906-1922 $20 Gold Certificates are available to you for purchase online f... Read More

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    1914 $50 Federal Reserve Note (Fine+)

    The Federal Reserve Notes introduced in 1914 represented the first concrete steps toward the modern Federal Reserve Note designs Americans hold in their hands today. Many of the presidential portraits introduced, as well as the paper color and border designs, are still in use today on modern notes. Today, 1914 $50 Federal Reserve Notes are available to you online in Fine+ condition from JM Bullion. Note Highlights: Available to you in an ... Read More

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    1899 $2 Silver Certificate Note (Very Fine)

    The 1899 $2 Silver Certificate from the United States was a unique release among the available denominations in the series. Many of the denominations the US offered in its Silver Certificate Series were available in both the historic large-sized note and the modern small-sized note. The 1899 $2 Silver Certificate represented the final redesign of this denomination. Right now, 1899 $2 Silver Certificate Notes in Very Fine condition are available t... Read More

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    1886 $1 Silver Certificate Martha Washington Note (Fine+)

    The US Silver Certificate program was in production from 1878 to 1964, with the printing of new certificates ending in 1964 and the redeemable window for the certificates ending in June 1968. The Silver Certificate Series is remembered as one of the most artistic collections of paper money in American history. The first release of a $1 note in the series came in 1886 and f... Read More

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    1864 $500 Confederate States of America (Very Fine)

    Confederate dollars were issued just two months after the southern states seceded from the Union to form the Confederate States of America. Unlike coins and bills from the United States, the coins and notes of the Confederate states were issued by a variety of sources, often with the backing of bank money or that of private citizens. Remaining specimens from the Civil War ... Read More

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    1899 $5 Silver Certificate Chief Note (Fine)

    The United States Silver Certificate Series arguably delivered the greatest number of beautiful paper note designs in American history. The 1896 Educational Series designs on the $1, $2, and $5 notes are widely regarded as the most beautiful in American history, with the 1899 $5 design ranking among the ten best with most historians. Right now, 1899 $5 Silver Certificate Chief Notes are available to purchase online from JM Bullion. Note Highli... Read More

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    1918 $2 Federal Reserve Note (Very Fine)

    The Federal Reserve Bank Note was introduced by the newly-formed Federal Reserve for the first time in 1915. Authorized for production and issuance in 1913, the Federal Reserve Bank Notes were issued and backed by individual branches of the Federal Reserve, rather than backed by all 12 collectively. Today, 1918 $2 Federal Reserve Bank Notes are available to purchase in Very Fine condition online from JM Bullion. Note Highlights: Available... Read More

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    1864 $500 Confederate States of America Note (Uncirculated)

    In the months before hostilities commenced in the United States Civil War, the Confederate States of America began to issue its own forms of currency. The coins and notes of the Confederate States dollar no longer possess a legal face value, but the surviving notes from this era represent a unique option for collectors. Right now, 1864 $500 Confederate States Notes in circ... Read More

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    1901 $10 Bison Legal Tender Note (Fine+)

    Arguably one of the finest examples of American artwork on national paper currency, the Bison Note from 1901 is highly sought-after among collectors in the modern era. Some estimates put the number of existing specimens from the 1901 Bison Note, in all conditions, at no more than 4,500 notes. You now have the opportunity to purchase one of these coveted “horse blanket” notes with JM Bullion. Today, fine condition 1901 $10 Bison Legal Tender N... Read More

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    1899 $5 Silver Certificate Chief Note (Very Fine)

    The 1899 $5 Silver Certificate design replaced the Educational Series note design in this program. Though it replaced a popular design, the image on the 1899 $5 Silver Certificate was the first to feature an indigenous figure on major American currency and stands in its own right as one of the greatest American paper note designs of all time. Right now, Very Fine 1899 $5 S... Read More

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    1914 $100 Federal Reserve Note (Fine+)

    The modern Federal Reserve Note issued by the United States government was first printed and introduced into circulation in 1914. The original Federal Reserve Note release in 1914 used the older large-sized note format and the largest denomination at that time was $100 (USD). Right now, 1914 $100 Federal Reserve Notes in Fine+ condition are available to purchase online from JM Bullion. Note Highlights: Arrives inside of a plastic currency... Read More

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    1882 $20 Gold Certificate Note (PMG 10, Very Good)

    For much of the 19th century and the earlier part of the 20th, the American economy was built around the idea of "hard money," money whose value was based directly on stockpiles of gold and silver bullion. Later in the century, after the Civil War, the government began to issue gold certificate notes as a way of making transactions easier, a kind of currency that has becom... Read More

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    1934 $500 Federal Reserve Note Extremely Fine 40+ (PMG or PCGS)

    The smallest denomination issued in the 1918 Federal Reserve Series was the $500 bill. Originally, this note featured the image of John Marshall, but with the 1934 Series redesign, Chief Justice Marshall was replaced by the effigy of President William McKinley for the duration of the note’s existence. Now, certified 1934 $500 Federal Reserve Notes are available to you fo... Read More

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    1934 $500 Federal Reserve Note AU 50+ (PMG or PCGS)

    In the 1918 Series of Federal Reserve Notes, the United States introduced the largest paper note denominations in its history. These notes were offered with face values ranging from $500 to $10,000 and were not intended for circulation use. After the program was canceled in the 1970s, the vast majority of the notes were collected and destroyed. Right now, 1934 $500 Federal... Read More

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    1934 $1,000 Federal Reserve Note Very Fine 30 (PMG or PCGS)

    In the 21st century, the Treasury of the United States issues seven denominations in the Federal Reserve Note Series. The last series of paper notes introduced in the United States, Federal Reserve Notes are the only denominations still issued today. A century ago, the US issued some of the denominations we still see today, as well as some that have disappeared from circul... Read More

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    1934 $1,000 Federal Reserve Note Very Fine 35 (PMG or PCGS)

    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 yo... Read More

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    1934 $1,000 Federal Reserve Note Extremely Fine 40+ (PMG or PCGS)

    Modern Americans are becoming less accustomed to the concept of carrying hard currency around on a daily basis. Throughout much of the nation’s history, hard currency was a part of every transaction for goods and services. Even during this era though, there were notes that few Americans ever actually saw or held. Larger denominations of Federal Reserve Notes are a perfec... Read More

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    $2 Washington Porthole Legal Tender Note

    No former US President has featured on more forms of US currency than President George Washington. Founding Father, Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army, and the First President of the United States of America, George Washington has featured on everything from early American coinage, five-cent pieces, and commemorative coins to Compound Interest Treasury Notes, United States Notes, Silver Certificates, Gold Certificates, and the modern Fede... Read More

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    1934 $1,000 Federal Reserve Note AU50+ (PMG or PCGS)

    One of the largest denominations of paper currency ever issued by the United States, the $1000 Federal Reserve Note was not your average, everyday note for circulation use. In fact, though the Federal Reserve had this denomination in circulation from 1918 to the 1970s, the notes were only used for transactions between the federal government and banks or in bank-to-bank tra... Read More

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    US Currency at JM Bullion

    Since the dawn of the US Civil War, the United States government has authorized the printing and issue of a variety of forms of paper currency. To this day, US paper currency circulates around the world. Below, you’ll find a brief breakdown on some of the common forms still available to collectors.

    Legal Tender notes

    Legal Tender notes were the first form of paper currency issued by the United States government. They were authorized by the Legal Tender Act of 1862 during the American Civil War. These notes, commonly known as “greenbacks,” were fiat currency backed by the faith and credit of the US government rather than being redeemable for a specific commodity. Legal Tender notes bore the inscription “This note is a legal tender for all debts, public and private” and featured prominent figures, such as presidents and statesmen, on the front.

    Silver Certificates

    Silver Certificates were introduced in 1878 and were redeemable for a specified amount of silver bullion or coins. They served as a representative of silver dollars held in the US Treasury. Silver Certificates were issued in various denominations and featured intricate designs showcasing historical figures, notable landmarks, or allegorical symbols. However, the redemption of Silver Certificates for silver was gradually phased out starting in the 1960s, and they ceased to be redeemable for silver in 1968.

    Federal Reserve Bank Notes

    Federal Reserve Bank Notes were introduced in 1914 as part of the Federal Reserve System, which centralized the US banking system. These banknotes were issued by the individual Federal Reserve Banks and served as liabilities of those banks. They were backed by assets held by the Federal Reserve, such as government securities. Federal Reserve Bank Notes featured the name of the issuing Federal Reserve Bank and were distinguishable by the district seal and letter denoting the bank. However, the production of Federal Reserve Bank Notes ended in the 1940s, and they were gradually withdrawn from circulation.

    Federal Reserve Notes

    Federal Reserve Notes are the primary form of US paper currency in circulation today. They were first issued in 1914 and continue to be produced by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Federal Reserve Notes are backed by the assets of the Federal Reserve System and serve as the legal tender of the United States. They feature prominent American figures, historic events, and iconic landmarks on the front, and their design includes various security features to deter counterfeiting.

    US Currency available at JM Bullion

    Many of these forms of currency came with designs not commonly found today. The oldest US forms of paper currency often had extremely artistic designs. JM Bullion customer service can help answer your questions at 800-276-6508. We are also available online using our live chat and email address features. Remember to visit our Payment Methods page for more details on payments.