One Thousand Dollar bills were last issued in 1934 near the bottom of the Great Depression. Bills this large were primarily used to to transfer bank deposits. Earlier notes of this value were used to pay for bullion shipments and, in the case of Treasury Notes, were payable in either gold or silver at the payer’s discretion. The Series of 1934 is often in our inventory.
$1,000 small Federal Reserve Note was from the Bank of Chicago, IL. Has President Grover Cleveland on the obverse & both bills are graded by PCGS. Series 1934-A Friedburg Ref # 2212-G Serial #'s G 00222696 A & G 00234990 A Julius/Morgenthau Signatures Both Graded by PCGS; Choice New 63 PPQ PCGS Serial #'s 80739298 & 80739297
$1,000 small Federal Reserve Note from the Bank of Chicago, IL. Has President Grover Cleveland on the obverse and is graded by PCGS Series 1934-A Friedburg Ref # 2212-G Serial # G 00234988 A Julius/Morgenthau Signatures Graded by PCGS; New 62 PPQ PCGS Serial # 80739296