The Series of 1914 U.S. bills were the first Federal Reserve Notes ever issued – and more fascinatingly, the last “large-size” bills issued by the United States.
- Century-old $5, $10 and $20 notes you can’t even fit into your wallet – and would never want to!
- The first Federal Reserve Notes ever issued, the Series of 1914 were the last “large-size” U.S. bills, more than an inch longer and nearly half an inch taller than today’s notes.
- They are unique in bearing portraits of Andrew Jackson and Grover Cleveland on the $10 and $20 notes, which now feature Alexander Hamilton and Jackson.
- Dramatic vignettes – like Columbus discovering America, farming, industry, steamships and locomotives – make them the most intricate and attractive Federal Reserve Notes ever issued, with blue serial numbers and seals usually seen on Silver Certificates.
- Presented in circulated condition so you may appreciate major design details.
- FREE: A Display Chest and Collector’s Guide, yours at no extra charge, sent with the second shipment.
Museum pieces amazing in their extraordinary detail, the Last Large-Size Federal Reserve Notes forms a collectible of beauty, meaning and importance.
These historic notes are protectively encapsulated for safe handling and easy viewing of both sides. The Collector’s Guide, with informative background on your notes as well as the Series of 1914, will be sent with the second shipment.
Please note: The notes shown here are for illustrative purposes only; the exact appearance of the notes you receive may vary from the images shown.
This collection allows you the convenience of building it item-by-item with a gradual payment and shipment plan. Notes will be shipped at the rate of one every three months (3 total shipments in this collection). You can pay for each note in three monthly instalments.
Display chest measures 10.4" x 8.4" x 7.1”.