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Why Buy This GEM 1928 $10,000 24KT Commemorative Gold Certificate?
Throughout much of the history of the United States, gold certificates in circulation were normal. These notes could be taken to a bank and exchanged for an equal amount of gold coins. However, this changed with the removal of gold coins from U.S. currency. The commemorative note offered here is made of 24 karat gold. It was based on the 1928 small note $10,000 gold certificate. The original 1928 gold certificate small notes are quite scarce today due to several factors.
Chase Gold Certificate
The face of this commemorative note shows a portrait of Salmon P. Chase. Chase had a significant and diverse political career, he is best known for his time as a Justice of the Supreme Court. This side of the note also displays the seal and face value.
Like other high-value gold certificates, the design on the reverse of this commemorative is focused on the face value. It does not depict a significant national building or icon.
This commemorative 24 karat gold note was graded by the team of unbiased experts at Paper Money Guaranty (PMG). Since it still looks like it just left the Mint, it received the grade of GEM.
Don't wait, order this PMG GEM 1928 $10,000 24 karat gold certificate commemorative today.
|Year of Issue:||1928|
|Legal Tender:||United States|
|Obverse Design:||Salmon P. Chase|
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