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U.S. Currency is produced by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP). Founded in 1862, the BEP is one of the largest currency printing operations in the world. The centrality of the BEP to the financial, monetary, postal, and printing developments of the United States since the Civil War has made it a repository of numerous invaluable historic items. In 1865, Gold Certificates, backed by Gold held by the U.S. Treasury, were first issued. In 1878 came Silver Certificates. In 1913, The Federal Reserve Act of 1913 established the Federal Reserve as the nation’s central bank, and authorized Federal Reserve Bank Notes, called Federal Reserve Notes, as a form of emergency currency in the early twentieth century. To learn more about Mint State Gold’s currency and other products, or if you have any questions, please feel free to contact a Mint State Gold representative today by clicking here.
Presenting a 1934-A Chicago $500 Federal Reserve small note that is in Gem uncirculated condition. This McKinley Bill is graded 65 EPQ (Exceptional Paper Quality) by PMG. This FRN features above average centering and the color is very nice. There may be some very minor handling. This is an incredible Gem uncirculated McKinley bill that will certainly please any currency note collector. The 1934-A Chicago Five Hundred Dollar FRN bill is highly desirable among collectors. This historical piece of U.S. currency features the portrait of President William McKinley on the obverse, along with the signatures of then Treasurer of the United States, William Alexander Julian, and Secretary of the Treasury, Henry Morgenthau, Jr. The reverse displays the classic numerical 500 with the "FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS" lettering below. The bill pictured is the exact bill you will receive. A 1934-A Chicago Series $500 Federal Reserve Note graded 65 EPQ by PMG with Serial# G00357266A, FR# 2202-G, District: Chicago, Series: 1934-A.
Presenting a 1934 Atlanta $1000 Federal Reserve small note that is in remarkable condition. This Cleveland Bill has nice color, especially the serial numbers and seal which are a light lime green. This FRN is in better than average condition for a circulated currency note. While there are a few fold marks, discoloring, and some overall wear this $1000 bill is free of any major blemishes or tears. Housed in a plastic currency holder for protection, this Federal Reserve Note is attractive and will appeal to collectors. This nice piece of U.S. historical currency has the portrait of President Grover Cleveland on the obverse, along with the signatures of then Treasurer of the United States W.A. Julian and Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau Jr. The reverse displays the classic numerical 1000 in the corners with the ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS lettering in the center. The bill pictured is the exact bill you will receive. A 1934 Atlanta Series $1000 Federal Reserve Note with Serial# F00107678A, FR# 2211-F, KL# 3002, District: Atlanta, Series: 1934.