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

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Why Choose This GEM Unc 66 1963-B Federal Reserve Note CPCR2359F?

The Bureau of Engraving and Printing has produced a tremendous amount of paper currency for the United States over the history of our nation. This $1 federal reserve note is from the 1963-B series. It has many similarities to the $1 federal reserve notes that are being printed today. The specimen pictured here is the exact note you will receive when you order.

Detailed Washington and Great Seal Designs

Like the face of other $1 federal reserve notes, this one shows a detailed portrait of George Washington. Washington is at the center of the design, the serial number can be found to the left and right. The seal and issuing branch are also displayed on this side.

The reverse features a design with a very full appearance. A pyramid is pictured in the left portion and a heraldic bald eagle is in the right portion of the design. The face value is also in multiple locations.

CGA GEM Unc 66

This $1 federal reserve note was certified by the experts at Coin Grading and Authentication Inc. (CGA). From their grading scale with a maximum of 70, it was assigned the grade of GEM Uncirculated 66.

Order today, this CGA GEM Unc 66 1963-B $1 federal reserve note could be a part of your collection.

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