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

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Why Add This GEM Unc 66 1963-B $1 Federal Reserve Note CPCR2092H to Your Collection?

Today, the federal reserve notes that we use in everyday transactions are printed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. The piece of currency being offered here is a $1 federal reserve note from the 1963-B series. 1963 was the first year that $1 bills were printed as federal reserve notes. The $1 note shown on this page is the exact specimen you will receive.

Early $1 Federal Reserve Note

This note looks quite similar to the $1 federal reserve notes being printed today. However, when these notes were going into circulation they stood out because of the green ink used for the seal on the face. This side also features a highly detailed portrait of George Washington.

The design on the reverse was introduced prior to the switch to federal reserve notes. It shows the Great Seal of the United States. The face value is included in numerous locations on this side.

GEM Unc 66 from CGA

Coin Grading and Authentication Inc. (CGA) was chosen to certify this federal reserve note. The unbiased professionals there use a grading scale with a maximum of 70. This specimen received the grade of GEM Uncirculated 66 for its excellent condition.

This CGA GEM Unc 66 1963-B $1 federal reserve note could be yours, don't miss out.

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