Price Guide for $1,000 1928 Gold Certificates
Value of 1928 $1,000 Bills
Denomination: One Thousand Dollar Bill
Type: Gold Certificate
Portrait: Grover Cleveland
$1,000 Bill Front Picture:
Value and History: At first glance, a lot of people think that 1928 $1,000 gold certificates are misprinted because they have an odd empty space on the right hand side of each note. That is actually standard. There really aren’t any varieties to this issue. Star notes were not printed and all notes were signed by Woods and Mellon. Values are based strictly on condition. Heavily circulated notes or impaired notes can be worth around $5,000. Most decent looking examples should trade for between $5,000 and $12,000. That price can go up further if the grade is XF or higher.
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