US Paper Currency
Rare paper money offers another collectible option famous for historical significance, beautiful design and infinite variety. Today, the only paper notes issued include denominations up to $100—but before the late twentieth century, paper currency in denominations from three cents up to $10,000 were common. From the turn-of-the-century $10 Buffalo Note to the World War II-era Hawaii Overprints, each of the rare notes in our collection is a unique snapshot of the time when it was produced and circulated.
- The first national currency—United States Notes issued in 1862—were discontinued in 1971.
- Today’s Federal Reserve Notes were not issued until 1913, the year the Federal Reserve System was created.
- Enhance your collection! Choose from our rare bills and paper United States currency today.
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