Price Guide for $1,000 1928 Federal Reserve Notes
Value of 1928 $1,000 Bills
Denomination: One Thousand Dollar Bill
Type: Federal Reserve Note
Portrait: Grover Cleveland
$1,000 Bill Front Picture:
Value and History: We are looking at a green seal federal reserve note NOT a gold certificate. Yes, these do have the payable in gold clause, but they are not gold certificates. Even as federal reserve notes they can still be valuable. If you happen to have a note with a serial number that is under 100 then you can expect an additional premium. Notes with a serial number that ends with a star symbol are especially rare and usually valued at more than $10,000. Condition is still very important. Regular issue 1928 $1,000 bills can be worth more than $3,000 if they are in perfect condition. Lightly circulated notes are usually valued around $1,800.
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