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Fr.-1133 1918 $1,000 San Francisco FRN Ser. L8926A PCGS VF-20

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This is a nice clean problem free 1918 $1,000 Frederal Reserve Note from the popular San Francisco district. I have owned many of these 1918 $500 and $1,000 bills and quite frankly most of the have had issues. This one does not! There are NOT any rips, tears, pinholes or bank marks. It is all there. The margins are even especially on the back where it faces up like a GEM note.

For the person who does not need or want to spend $40,000 to $85,000 for an AU or UNC note then this is a great type note. The serial number is L8926A and it is housed in a very conservative PCGS-VF20 holder. It is priced close to Greensheet prices. When was the last time you saw that?

Can you possibly imagine what $1,000 would buy you in 1918 right after WWII? You could have bought a house, a plane or a car or a very good time with a bunch of flappers if nothing else.

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