Special Series: Ten Thousand | Limited Edition of 3 (A10) *SOLD OUT*

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SPECIAL SERIES: TEN THOUSAND

24”X36”

LIMITED EDITION OF ONLY 3

0/3 Remaining! ***SOLD OUT***

 

Printed by the United States Treasury, Bureau of Engraving and printing, from the actual dies and plates, this rare collection of intaglio bank notes (printed on one side only, not legal tender) includes the following:

The front of an 1882 $10,000 Gold Certificate, featuring the dignified portrait of Andrew Jackson and was the first issue to be widely circulated. This note was stamped from die No. 2847.

The front of an 1891 $1,000 Silver Certificate, featuring William L. Marcy (1786-1857) and an allegorical figure of Liberty.

The back of an 1889 $1,000 Silver Certificate. Out of the 5,600 notes issued, there are only two notes known to be outstanding today!

The front of an 1878 $500 Silver Certificate, bearing the portrait of Charles Sumner, a fiery abolitionist and United States senator from Massachusetts in the mid – 19th century. This note carries the signatures of Scofield and Gilfillan.

The back of an 1878 $500 Silver Certificate issued in 1878 and 1880. Only 14 notes of this design No. 83 are known to exist. The miscellaneous die #2539 for this back was completed in March 1878.

The front of an 1878 $10,000 Series United States Note, which was authorized by the Act of March 3, 1863 to bring the number of United States notes in circulation up to their legal limit. This was the first series to feature a $5,000 and $10,000 note. None are known to be in circulation today.

The back of an 1878 $10,000 Series United States Note. United States Notes have been issued since 1862 when the ruling was reversed and they are still a part of the monetary system of the United States.

The front of an 1890 $100 United States Note, featuring David G. Farragut who was the first man to hold the rank of Admiral in the United States Navy.

The front of a 1907 $1,000 Gold Certificate, featuring a portrait of Alexander Hamilton, Revolutionary War leader and first Secretary of the Treasury.

The back of a 1907 $1,000 Gold Certificate, featuring an eagle with its wings outstretched as centerpiece of the Great Seal of the United States.

 

This rare collection is a limited edition of only 10 and is signed and numbered by Rare World Treasures (RWT).