The small tear detected by PMG is not distracting at all, making this early $2 Legal Tender a good collector value.
The $1 Educational is essentially Uncirculated but for some minor handling along the margins. A very pleasing note.
Just one tiny pinhole is all that detracts from this $1 Educational, which is highlighted by a bright red seal and bright blue serial numbers.
A note that is consecutive with the other Porthole we are offering in the same grade. It is clear these two notes spent almost all of their lives together since issuance.
A very scarce West Coast Red Seal FRN, with this note being new to the known census, just 12 known and this example near the top of the condition census.
A $100 Gold Certificate is a prize for any collection, and this problem-free Choice Very Fine piece is a pleasure to behold.
Of the varieties of the Series 1900 $10,000 Gold Certificates, which are all not redeemable, the Friedberg 1225a is among the scarcest. There are only six known from an original printage of 36,000, and this example is among the highest graded, on a technical level. This note comes from a small group of 1225a pieces that were all paid in Baltimore. This note was made payable to the First Union Bank in that city. The punch cancels are confined to the signature panel and are not overly distracting. Overall the eye appeal is pleasing and this note would make an important addition to a collection.