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1963-B $1 Federal Reserve Note CGA Gem Unc 66

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Why Order This GEM Unc 66 1963-B $1 Federal Reserve Note CPCR0894C?

The $1 federal reserve note is widely used today. Typically, these notes only last for a few years before they have to be removed from circulation due to damage or wear. This $1 federal reserve note is from the 1963-B series. Prior to 1963, $1 bills were not being printed as federal reserve notes. The note that is shown on this page is the exact specimen you will receive.

1963B $1 Federal Reserve Note Design

The face value is visible in multiple locations on the obverse. The seal and serial numbers are printed in green ink, which gives this type of note a different appearance than earlier $1 bills. The central portion of the design depicts George Washington.

The reverse displays a full design with the face value and plenty of scrolling lines. The Great Seal of the United States can be found here.

CGA Certified GEM Unc 66

To have this specimen graded and encapsulated, it was submitted to Coin Grading and Authentication Inc. (CGA). The experts there examined it carefully before assigned it the grade of GEM Uncirculated 66 for its uncirculated condition.

Don't miss your chance to own this CGA GEM Unc 66 1963-B $1 federal reserve note, make it a part of your collection today.

Year of Issue:1963
Mint:U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Mint Mark:B
Grading Service:CGA
Grade:Gem Unc 66
Finish:Mint State
Country:United States
Legal Tender:United States