All Large Size

Fr#DenomSeriesSerial#GradeComments$PriceImage
Complete update 7-13-17
SOLDS 9-18-17
Legal Tenders
16c$1186332166FineBut would net as most would due to poor paper which tends to split easily and is likely the most fragile paper used in the pre-BEP phase$395Image
18$11869Z9515775*63EPQEPQ with "Great Color" and PMG is correct on this Rainbow. Treasury plate seal number 18 on this very popular series.$3,950 Image
20$11875H3615199EVF+/EFGreat, partial blue end paper, well centered and original but with a bit of purple graffiti on back$600Image
26$11875K2994242PMG 55Good color, margins and fiberous paper with lots of blue silk. Notes with more muted color and centering issues have sold for less but this is not of that ilk. $995Image
31$11880A2163872VFThe rarest seal type, spiked 'Peach', in the $1 denomination, there are three hard folds that break the paper and margin splits at the top of two of them. The paper retains most of the body of an EF note but the other issues make me net this note to a VF25 range.$595Image
35$11880A5798630PMG 64A much better number with only 225 total in the current Track and Price census. Found most frequently in Gem.$995Image
36$11917B64190879AVFSolid VF and better than the PMG25 below$135Image
38m$11917M22702166APMG 25For those who need a lower end TPG note$125Image
40$11923A24653553BVFWould grade PMG20+$250Image
40$11923A44172998BCCUWhat I call a 'commercial' Unc., as the note is lacking in embossing but strong on color, centering and eye appeal. This issue is not known for strong, punch through embossing yet this note may have been lightly pressed although I can't see why.$700Image
57$21917A22388550AVF+PMG 30ish quality pressed$175Image
57$21917A59218214AVF++/EFFaces up AU or better as the paper, colors and inking are stunning$295Image
57$21917A3817608A65EPQA Gem beauty for type but on a better FR #.SOLDImage
58$21917A77728578ACH/EFAbsolute superb original paper with the deepest inking I can recall ever seeing on a '17 Duece. Striking eye appeal$325Image
60$21917D77825695AVFA lovely Duece on the lower end of the vf scale$145Image
60$21917D89617647APMG25Much better looking than most PMG25s, this one actually is$160Image
60$21917D70661755AVF+The higher end of VF and looks EF, original and problem free$195Image
60$21917D12489661AEFOriginal trifold EF with one rounded corner that looks AU$245Image
60$21917B64821236AEF/AUAnother original beauty in the raw with great inks and paper quality that falls in the 45 to 50EPQ range$300Image
119$101901E7829678PMG30No EPQ but with loads of eye appeal on this strong VF$1,445 Image
122$101901E34587788PMG15Solid red color on original soiled paper, properly graded$695Image
122$101901E60164055CCU+Well centered on the front, not so well on the back. Will likely grade a 64EPQ. A note I purchased and put away for myself 15 years ago with all the original, light teller counting bends. I sure miss those old days before TPG was 'necessary'.$5,750 Image
Silver Certificates
215$11886B1065657G/VGNo doubt a 8 to a 10 in the lose lower end I see at PMG. We used to call these Goods, or a 4 in other numeric logic$195Image
222$11891E10498295PMG15Attractive, certified, low-end Martha 'retouched'$345Image
232$11899K8150948K55PPQCorner tip folds, PCGS graded$350Image
233$11899Z53267545ZVFAnd original with interesting plate numbers and symbols in the back, top margin.$195Image
234$11899E52792507A55PPQLooks Gem in this PCGS holder$375Image
235$11899K54680242A55PPQWhite and original Black Eagle that looks better than the PCGS grade assigned.SOLDImage
235/6$11899variousVG/Fine235 in G/VG $55, 236 in VG/F $105, Fine pinholes$105Image
236$11899M48037265AVG$95Image
236$11899V91672894AF+Black Eagle, solid circ.$140Image
237$11923K7878143BVF+Better than most VFs, white$50Image
238$11923A41491672E65EPQA PMG GEM so I had to pay upÂ….$275Image
239$11923A40219263EVF+The much scarcer Woods/Tate signature comgination in a very appealing note that faces up better than the technical grade.SOLDImage
245$21891E489188263EPQSpectacular Windom conservatively graded. I love this note for the Money!$5,950 Image
246$21891E14491193PC20Solid VF Windom in a PCGS holder$995Image
254$21899H1754974PMG 12The scarcest Napier-Thompson signatures grace this attractive circ piece.$975Image
277$51899M7816211PMG45A Chief of great eye appeal that was lightly pressed at one time to pass as an Unc. Without careful inspection I thought it was as well and made an exception on complete originality due to the superior appearance of this note.$1,725 Image
282$51923A3624725BVFAn evenly circulated VF Porthole and in demand as always in affordable and attractive grades such as this.$1,200 Image
Treasury or Coin Notes
364$51891B1601863365EPQA more difficult FR# to acquire and this one in near perfect preservation. General George Thomas, the "Rock of Chickamauga" graces this five dollar denomination.$4,450 Image
Federal Reserve Bank Notes
710$11918A32114945A65EPQCurrently there are 15 PMG65s and 10 66s and in very high demand$1,150 Image
712$11918B53363378APMG 50Seems a bit conservative for this NY note.$350Image
713$11918B5605978BVFThe NY FRBN with the patriotic eagle vignette on the back.$145Image
714$11918C701104A45EPQWell centered and apppealing Philly "Eagle"SOLDImage
720$11918D40144091AVF+/EFAnother three light fold and some handling on a fully original, lightly circulated note.$245Image
730$11918H1356469ACCU(F)A much better district in original raw form.$750Image
735$11918I9546343AVG/FineA Scarce Fr#, VG by my conservative standards.$300Image
752$21918B10039360APMG 30An 'affordable' lower grade. I have never seen the demand for this basic type in lower grades any stronger. You can get Gems reasonable relative to their past prices but the VF to AU grades are very strong.$825Image
756$21918C7433241A40EPQLovely Battleship note with the folds showing more prominently on the face.SOLDImage
797$51918H1163292AF/VFThis St. Louis FRBN may grade up to a 20 but I would call it a choice fine. Even soil and circulation throughout and very attractive for the grade and money, esp., with only 39 in the census to date in all grades.SOLDImage
Federal Reserve Notes
835a$51914D2380079AVGPerhaps slightly better with even circulation but the red colors are strong and outstanding for the grade on this Cleveland Red Seal. Only 39 in all grades to date on this FR#.$250Image
835a$51914D346775A25EPQCleveland Red Seal with the rarely given EPQ on a PMG25!SOLDImage
847b$51914A85881911AVFAn original example with ample paper crispness and a bit of soil$125Image
855a$51914C70236633AGEM/AUDepending on the cataloger this could be either a GEM or a very nice AU. I believe there is a ghost of a bend but I could be 'wrong' in the opinion of the TPGs.$345Image
871c$51914G59552828BCH/AU+Chicago "C" type with seals moved in. Wonderful original paper$395Image
871c$51914G59552826BCH/AU+From three consecutive, light c-bend is all that keeps them from Gem$395Image
878$51914I13028422APC 55Price reduced on this PCGS prize. A scarcer Minneapolis district and Fr#.$495Image
895b$101914D1171510APMG30Cleveland Red Seal which is better than the EPQ ten and just as original$995Image
902a$101914K186855A40EPQSpectacular color on this near finest known Ten Dollar Dallas Red Seal. These were bringing spectacular prices not that long ago but have been, like much of late, softer in price. I am tempted to just stick this one in a dark place for a while but she is just too pretty a red 'head' not to share.$7,500 Image
907a$101914A53748176AVFA VF and a nice one but on the lower end of the scale of VF.$125Image
907b$101914A69290468AVFEvenly circulated Boston$150Image
910*$101914B446751*PMG40Top pop in a PMG holder for this Star. Large Size Stars have been undervalued throughout most of the better markets and represent bargains now that market has softened. Extremely attractive, bright whites and contrasting, deep blue inks.$2,500 Image
911c$101914B62553015BVF-NY Federal Reserve Note$125Image
929$101914G26255441A64EPQOnly 33 total in all grades at PMG 1/17. One of only two at PMG in this grade and only one finer a 66. No records of any PMG 65 or 66 at auction. A solid 64Q on a scarcer Chicago variety.$1,295 Image
938$101914I8841847AVGThe rarer Burke/Houston signature on the better Minneapolis district. 144 total examples known$100Image
938$101914I9452394AFineThe rarer Burke/Houston signature on the better Minneapolis district with less soiling than the VG and a bit of paper body$125Image
938$101914I8963168AVFThe rarer Burke/Houston signature on the better Minneapolis district and this one is a clean, problem free, original mid-level VF. 144 in the T&P census 3/15$150Image
939$101914I9722492AFineWhite/Mellon Minneapolis in solid Fine$110Image
955b$201914D206195APMG15Cleveland Red Seal on the scarcer Twenty Dollar Type.$675Image
971a$201914B44248346APMG55The lack of EPQ is a bit of a mystery on this note as embossing is evident.$595Image
975a$201914C25555760AEFBut definitely pressed to make this note appear AU or better. Two folds are still visible in the scan and if there were any more they are no longer evident.$295Image
975a$201914C29405427ACH/EFThe paper is white, choice, original and well embossed. No sales in a TPG holder of repute above a 58. Track and Price shows only 11 different notes in the census with only 6 notes for sale in the last seven years.$395Image
984$201914F210638A64EPQThere are ten finer but only three in this grade at PMG with a total in all grades of only 46 on this signature variety. There have been no PMG65Q in auction since 2008 and the last PC65Q sold for $2000+. 1/17$1,295 Image
986$201914F11220002AVFOriginal with a cool number on this type note issued on the Atlanta district$215Image
988$201914G639974AAUSuper original Chicago FRN$400Image
991$201914G41906647ACCUEx Abe Kosoff 1958 ANA Convention Auction! From my personal collection puchased 20 years ago for $200. The coolest thing is the tag if you have read "Abe Kosoff Remembers" or are interested in early numismatist of some repute.$1,000 Image
1011c$201914L34142151A35PPQPCGS, and a bit generous as usual but the rare 'C' type and very difficult on a $20. Not likely to stay this cheap for long.$550Image
1036$501914D777379AVFA low end Cleveland VF on a difficult type of late$300Image
1036$501914D1045292APMG20This one has more soiling on the face$325Image
1038$501914D3144915APMG 20Certified low end Cleveland$365Image
1056$501914I129647APMG25A rare Minneapolis Freidberg number with only 49 in all grades according to T&P 3-15. This note is firmly in the upper half of the census for grade with the vast majority being VF20 or lower.$1,195 Image
Gold Certificates
1173$101922K41633252EFA nice raw EF with wonderful color and three light wallet, bend-folds and crispy bright paper. There is one small spot on the right margin which takes it out of EPQ. Hence the reasonable price.$450Image
1173$101922H4080752258EPQA centerfold from Gem but with the colors and appeal fully intact$985Image
1173$101922K4529634164EPQFrom a R. M. Smythe Sale when I first began to work there circa 2001! Lovely and affordable 64epq Hillegas in the new improved PMG holders.SOLD Image
1184$201906E275820FineNapier/Thompson signature and always the toughest to find$695Image
1186$201906H1020574335PPQA pristine PCGS holder and an attractive note with good color included.$595Image
1200$501922B5392379CH/VFWith the normal, large serial numbers. Great color and though there are a couple of minor defects that would surely disqualify for EPQ designation the paper is still original which is hard to find on any gold certificates. Solid back color as it should be.$1,400 Image
1200am$501922B118218PMG15Small Serial number variety, F15 is a stretch to be sure$650Image
1200am$501922B590079PMG30The Raw VF above is the matching note to this PMG30 which is again the small serial number variety.$1,645 Image