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 were last printed in 1946 and were stopped being issued by the Federal Reserve Banks in 1969 by then President Richard Nixon. 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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This is one of the nicest and most unique errors I have ever owned. unfortunately it got sold to one of my advanced error collectors one hour before I put it on the website. I wanted to go ahead and show it off anyway. ...
This is one of the serial number one stars that is part of the Jhon E Cash Collection. This 1963A $1 FRN hails from the Cleveland district and features serial number D00000001*. It is a solid VF note with no visable issues. Anyone who wants a part of Amer...
Here is a 1963A $1 FRN star from the Chicago district. It features broadwalk margins and a fancy serial number of G00000064*. There are no rips, tears, pinholes or bank marks. Check the large scans and you will see that is is in wonderful condition, never...
This is the only note I have ever received or seen from PCGS in a Superb GEM NEW 68PPQ holder, other than a new modern colorized note. You never see any of their small size notes in a 68PPQ holder, unless its a new modern colorized note. This is a 1963A $...