Small Size Federal Reserve Notes $5000 - 1934

Small Size Notes-1928 to Present

After 68 years of prosperity, our large size currency felt the impact of modern times. So the large size US curency note came to an end due to the economics of the times. Tons of ink and paper were required to produce our currency to an ever expanding economy. The currency needed to fulfill this new demand was astronomical. The government realized that many millions of dollars could be saved if our currency was reduced in size. This was the direction the US Government took as on July 10, 1929 the first of the new small sized notes were placed into general circulation.

The new small sized notes were reduced in size from 7.42 inches by 3.13 inches to 6.14 inches ,X 2.61 inches. This cost cutting measures saved the government millions of dollars in ink and paper annually.

Small Size-Federal Reserve Notes

Small size Federal Reserve Notes (FRNs) are the mainstay of the notes we currently use today. Although they were issued in denominations of $1 to $10,000, only the $1 to $100 are in current use today. On July 14, 1969 President Nixon signed into law a bill requiring any ,denomination over $100 bill be returned to the Treasury Department to be destroyed. The last $500 to $10,000 was printed in 1945 and were stopped being issued by the Federal Reserve Banks in 1969. All FRN issues have a Green Seal.

  • The $1 FRN was ,,issued in 1963 to current date
  • The $2 FRN was ,,issued in 1976, 1995 and 2003.
  • The $5 FRN to $100 FRNs was issued in 1928, 1934, 1950 series and current to date.
  • The $500 to $10,000 FRNs were series of 1928 and 1934 only.

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1934 $5K $10K set Dallas Ser. #s K00000032A PMG-64EPQ & PMG-40EPQ AS SEEN ON PAWN STARS
You are viewing The World Renowned Twin Sets of ultra-high denominations as featured on the TV program Pawn Stars! This is the ultimate set of United States Ultra-High denominations ever assembled. No amount of money could ever replace these sets of four ...
Added: 4/1/2010 Views: 5727 Price: $1,150,000.00

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Fr.-2221 1934 $5,000 Kansas City FRN Ser. J00000104A PMG 55 NET
This 1934 Kansas City $5,000 Note sold before I could put it on the website. I wanted to at least show what it looked like.The serial number is J00000104A and is in a PMG 55 NET holder....
Added: 2/20/2016 Views: 553 Price: SOLD

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Fr.-2221 1934 $5,000 Light Green Seal Dallas FRN Ser. K00000135A PMG VF-30
This is a very nice and rare problem free 1934 Dallas $5,000 bill in a PMG VF-30 holder. It is also the rarer Light Green Seal variety. This is the first problem free $5,000 bill I have has in some time. The $5,000 bill is becoming very hard and expensive...
Added: 5/9/2015 Views: 1283 Price: SOLD

Fr.-2221G 1934 $5,000 Chicago FRN Ser. G00000112A PMG-58
Jhon E Cash Rare Currency, Ltd. of Dallas, TX is the premier reseller of$5,000 and $10,000 notes. Over the last 17 years we have attended and continue to set up at 18-24 major coin and currency shows a year throughout the U.S. We offer only PMG and PCGS g...
Added: 3/13/2016 Views: 693 Price: $124,500.00

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Fr.-2221K 1934 Dallas $5,000 FRN Ser # K00000039A , PCGS EF-45
As the largest buyer and reseller in the United States of US $5,000 and $10,000 Federal Reserve Notes, Jhon E Cash Rare Currency LTD is proud to offer this rare and spectacular 1934 $5,000 FRN from the ever popular Dallas District. This 1934 Dallas $5,000...
Added: 3/29/2011 Views: 7101 Price: SOLD

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