$5,000 Notes

Small Size-$5,000 and $10,000 FRN Notes

Small size $5,000 and $10,000 Federal Reserve Notes were first issued in series 1928 and again in 1934. They were mainly used for bank to bank transactions, but they were also issued to the general public for circulation. Most people have never owned one or even seen one as they were cost prohibitive even at face value. The $5,000 and $10,000 bills were last printed in 1946. Up until July 14th 1969 you could go to the local bank and purchase one for face value. In July of 1969 then President Nixon signed in to law a bill that ceased to issue them to the Federal Banks. The ones that were not destroyed are now in the hands of collectors. The largest hoard of $10,000 bills was the Binion Hoard of 100 $10,000 bills that was on display at the Binion Horseshoe and Casino in Las Vegas from 1954 to 1999. The Inverted Horseshoe which housed the 100 bills was disassembled in December of 1999 and the 100 $10K NY notes were sold off in 2000. The second largest single hoard was discovered by Jhon E Cash in May of 2005. The "Dallas Hoard" , which was purchased by Jhon E Cash consisted of seven $5,000 bills and ten $10,000 all from the Dallas district. Jhon E Cash maintains the official census on all of the $5,000 and $10,000 notes known by serial number and grade. You will soon be able to view and purchase the census on-line from the Jhon E Cash website. There are 231 $5,000 and 236 $10,000 bills known in all series and districts as of June of 2019

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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: 4080 Price: $1,150,000.00

Fr.-2220 1928 $5,000 Atlanta FRN Ser. F00000198A PMG VF-20
This is one of those types of rare notes that most people only dream about owning someday. This is the very rare 1928 $5,000 bill from the Atlanta District. The low three-digit serial number is F0000198A and is in a PMG Very Fine-20 holder. Of the 224 $5,...
Added: 6/29/2011 Views: 4005 Price: $125,000.00


Fr.-2221 1934 $5,000 Chicago Ser. G00001141A PCGS-62PPQ
This 1934 $5,000 bill is one of the best purchases of any Ultra High-Denomination that I have had for many years. This is a 1934 $5,000 from the Chicago district that is housed in a PCGS-62PPQ holder the serial number is G00001141A. What make this one so ...
Added: 2/5/2012 Views: 4167 Price: SOLD


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: 4162 Price: SOLD


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: 4210 Price: SOLD


Fr.-2221 1934 $5,000 Philadelphia FRN Ser. C00000029A PCGS-40
7/3/2012---- THIS NOTE IS IN A PCGS-40 HOLDER net. This is a brand new 1934 Philadelphia $5,000 FRN that just came out of a clients safety deposit box after being locked up for over 41 years. It is brand new to the census with its super low two-digit seri...
Added: 6/22/2012 Views: 4159 Price: SOLD


Fr.-2221G 1934 Chicago $5,000 FRN Ser # G00000388A , PCGS EF-45
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I am actually offering a 1934 $5,000 Chicago note, NOT a Dallas Note. I am currently having problems uploading photos. Contact me at 214-769-9936 and I can email you many photos of it. I also have...
Added: 3/29/2011 Views: 4037 Price: $128,000.00

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