One Thousand Dollar Bill with a Star in the Serial Number – Values and Pricing
Star notes for the $1,000 denomination come in three different varieties. The series of 1928, 1934, and 1934A all issued $1,000 star notes.
$1,000 star notes from 1928 are very rare. There are currently only about 15 of the series of 1928 $1,000 stars known to exist. Fifteen is actually a surprisingly high number considering the small amount printed.
1934 $1,000 star notes are actually quite common. You can purchase a circulated 1934 $1,000 star in low grade for just a little more than $2,000. Prices can certainly get higher based on exact serial number, condition, and issuing district.
Series of 1934A $1,000 star notes are actually rarer than the very valuable 1928 $1,000 stars. However, 1934A stars are not as heavily collected. In fact a 1934A star from the Chicago (G) district really doesn’t command much of a premium over a 1934 star.
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