Federal Reserve Note Grover Cleveland
1928-1934 $1000 Currency
Small size Federal Reserve Notes are the only note type still printed today. They have treasury seals and serial numbers printed in green ink. They are also the most recently introduced note being first issued in 1914. These notes are backed by the U.S. Government, but issued by the twelve Federal Reserve Banks. The banks are required by law to maintain assets sufficient to balance all the notes issued. The twelve Federal Reserve Banks are: Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Richmond, Atlanta, Chicago, St. Louis, Minneapolis, Kansas City, Dallas and San Francisco.
This bill is sold in a deluxe currency protective sleeve.
Federal Reserve Note Grover Cleveland: 1928-1934 $1000 Currency