Price Guide for $1,000 1918 Federal Reserve Notes
Value of 1918 $1,000 Bills
Denomination: One Thousand Dollar Bill
Type: Federal Reserve Note
Portrait: Alexander Hamilton
$1,000 Bill Front Picture:
Value and History: This is the highest denomination from the series of 1918 that is considered collectible. $5,000 and $10,000 bills were also issued, but those only exist in museums. The one thousand dollar bill that we are looking at here is one of only a handful of bank notes to actually feature a dollar sign (it is on the back). Lots of low serial numbers exist for 1918 $1,000 bills. The serial number really doesn’t add any extra value. All of these notes are valued based on their condition and issuing district. The most generic examples in heavily circulated condition usually sell for around $8,000. Many notes have the chance to be worth a lot more if they are in XF condition or higher.
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