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Why Buy This GEM Unc Smithsonian 1934 $10,000 Gold Certificate Specimen Sheet?
Some collectors are already aware that high denomination bank notes were printed. The primary function of these high value notes was for exchanges between financial institutions. However, one of these notes is famous for being the only remaining specimen of its type,and that specimen is a $10,000 gold certificate that is housed at the Smithsonian. The sheet offered here is based on that note; these officially licensed notes were issued by the Smithsonian and are available at ModernCoinMart through a partnership with the Smithsonian.
Detailed Smithsonian Design
The face of each note in this sheet shows a portrait of Salmon P. Chase. The face value is displayed in a number of locations along with a fictitious serial number. A seal from the Smithsonian is in the left portion of the design.
The reverse of each note also shows the face value in many locations. All of the red and orange tones really give these notes a unique appearance.
PMG GEM Unc
This sheet has been certified by Paper Money Guaranty. It received the grade of GEM Uncirculated. That indicates this sheet of bank notes still looks like it just left the presses.
Order while you can, this PMG GEM Unc Smithsonian $10,000 gold certificate specimen sheet could be a part of your collection.
|Variety:||(Treasury Specimen Sheet)|
|Obverse Design:||Salmon P. Chase|
|Reverse Design:||Denomination in Design|
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