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Why Buy This 70 UNC Smithsonian Edition $100,000 Gold Certificate?
While they haven't been issued for several decades now, it was once common to see Gold Certificates. These Federal Reserve notes were redeemable for their face value in gold. The note offered here is a replica of a 1934 $100,000 Gold Certificate. The 1934 $100,000 Gold Certificate was never issued for public circulation, the notes were used only for transactions between Federal Reserve Banks. This officially licensed replica note was reprinted by the Smithsonian in 2017 and is available through a partnership with the Smithsonian itself and ModernCoinMart. The $100,000 Gold Certificate is known as the highest denomination note ever issued by the U.S.
The $100,000 Gold Certificate
Like other Federal Reserve notes, a U.S. historical figure is depicted on the front. Woodrow Wilson can be seen at the center of the design. The serial number and face value are stated in several locations on this side. The left portion of the design shows a Smithsonian logo where the Gold Certificate seal was on the originals.
The design on the back is simple. The face value is stated with words and numbers.
PMG 70 UNC
This note was graded by Paper Money Guaranty (PMG). The professionals there use a grading scale with a maximum of 70. This note was given the grade of 70 Uncirculated. It is free of imperfections.
Add this PMG 70 UNC (2017) Smithsonian 1934 $100,000 Gold Certificate to your collection today.
|Year of Issue:||(2017)|
|Weight in Grams:||0.1002 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||0.00322 oz|
|Legal Tender:||United States|
|Obverse Design:||Woodrow Wilson|
|Reverse Design:||Denomination in Design|
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