MastroNet Spring 2005
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This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on: 4/14/2005

While we cannot describe the condition on this lot as great, we can honestly say it is truly "Grand," five times over. If you were hoping for a high-grade group of thousand dollar bills as an investment, we are sorry, but "this ain't it." On the other hand, if you just want some of the most impressive looking currency that you could actually let your friends or relatives handle (assuming, of course, you trust them with this much cash), you are in the right place. Imagine the look on their faces if you were to pull some bills out of your pocket to pay for dinner and had to thumb through a few of these notes to get to a small denomination bill, like say, a hundred. (Of course for total overkill, you could add the dozen $500 bills also offered in this catalog). There are 2 Series 1934 Chicago FRB Notes, one Fine - VF but with a small (2mm) tear, the other Good, missing small border sections at two corners and two initials in pencil on obverse. One Series 1934 Kansas City in Fine condition, with no pinholes. There are 2 Series 1934-A notes, both Chicago FRB. One is in Fine condition with no pinholes, the other G-VG with a 10mm tear at top and staple hole on right side. While all five bills have multiple folds and are well circulated examples, they nonetheless have a "noteworthy" appeal. A perfect lot for the man (or woman) who has to have everything. Five Thousand Dollars Face Value!

Five $1,000 Federal Reserve Notes (5)Five $1,000 Federal Reserve Notes (5)Five $1,000 Federal Reserve Notes (5)Five $1,000 Federal Reserve Notes (5)
Five $1,000 Federal Reserve Notes (5)Five $1,000 Federal Reserve Notes (5)
Five $1,000 Federal Reserve Notes (5)
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Minimum Bid: $1,000
Final Bid(Includes Buyers Premium): $9,391
Number of Bids: 0
Auction closed on: 4/14/2005