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1963-B $1 Federal Reserve Note CPCR0850F

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Why Purchase This 1963-B $1 Federal Reserve Note CPCR0850F?

The history of the United States $1 note goes back to the mid-1800s. These notes are still widely used today, although their type and appearance has changed on a number of occasions. This $1 federal reserve note is from the 1963-B series. The note you see on this page is the specimen you will receive when you order.

1963 $1 Federal Reserve Note Design

The man pictured on the face of this $1 note is George Washington. George Washington served as the first ever President of the United States. The serial number and seal are printed in green ink, which is characteristic of federal reserve notes. It should also be noted that this portrait of Washington is much smaller than the current version.

The White House can be seen on the reverse. It features a high level of detail and quite a number of trees and plants were captured in the image. The outer portions of the design show patterns of fine lines and the face value.

Uncertified Note

This $1 note is uncertified. Some signs of age or wear may be visible.

Order while you have the chance, this 1963-B $1 federal reserve note could be yours.

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