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This lazy deuce is printed on blue end paper. I can't imagine finding a much nicer note for the grade. Worthy of a premium bid.

This lazy deuce is printed on blue end paper. I can't imagine finding a much nicer note for the grade. Worthy of a premium bid.

Union Interest-Bearing Note, 1864- -To finance the war, the Union authorized the first issue of paper money by the government since the Continentals. These 'demand notes' were printed for about a year in $5, $10, and $20 denominations, redeemable in coins on demand, and green in color — (which is where the phrase "greenbacks" comes from). About $10 million in notes were issued. These notes, and all paper money issued since 1861, are still valid and redeemable in current cash at face value.

Union Interest-Bearing Note, -To finance the war, the Union authorized…

United States banknotes 20 Dollar Federal Reserve Bank Note Series of 1915 Kansas City  Portrait of Grover Cleveland on the left hand side of the bill.

United States banknotes 20 Dollar Federal Reserve Bank Note Series of 1915 Kansas City Portrait of Grover Cleveland on the left hand side of the bill.

US 100 Dollar Note     Series 1891     Serial# B7296*     Signatures: Rosecrans / Nebeler      Portrait: Admiral David Glasgow Farragut

US 100 Dollar Note Series 1891 Serial# Signatures: Rosecrans…

Confederate Currency 1861 $1000 Dollar Montgomery Note CSA T-1  Description:  This note features vignettes of John C. Calhoun on the left and Andrew Jackson on the right. At $1,000, it is the highest denomination of the Confederate notes and is considered very scarce because only 607 were ever printed.

Confederate Currency 1861 $1000 Dollar Montgomery Note CSA T-1 Description: This note features vignettes of John C. Calhoun on the left and Andrew Jackson on the right. At $1,000, it is the highest denomination of the Confederate notes and is considered very scarce because only 607 were ever printed.

During WWII, with fears that Japan would overrun Hawaii, the US decided to issue the $1, $5, $10 and $20 Emergency Federal Reserve Notes with the word "HAWAII" overprinted on the front and back to make each note distinctive enough so that they would know if large amounts were being used to fund the enemy war effort.

During WWII, with fears that Japan would overrun Hawaii, the US decided to…

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Obsolete bank note & private scrip issued by State ~ Louisiana

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William McKinley is on the $500 bill

Five hundred dollar bill United States 1934 A 500 Dollar Federal Reserve Note. B - Bank of New York Federal Reserve Notes, Seri.

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