Value of Series of 1907 & 1922 One Thousand Dollar Gold Certificate
|Year: 1907 & 1922||Type: Gold Certificate||Denomination: One Thousand Dollar Bill|
|Value: The value of one thousand dollar gold certificates depends on their year, condition, and variety|
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|Description: Generally when you think about high denomination gold certificates the average collector expects to see a lot of color and inscriptions. However, the 1907 and 1922 $1000 gold certificates are quite plain. They feature a portrait of Alexander Hamilton in the center of each bill. Of course the serial numbers and seal are printed in gold ink. Despite having the same design, some 1907 examples are very scarce. Contact us for exact pricing.
An interesting fact is that these are one of the few pieces of United States currency that actually have a dollar sign on it.
|Variations: All 1922 $1000 gold certificates were signed by Speelman and White. However, the 1907 examples come in six different signature combinations. Please contact us for pricing and details on each variety.|
|Inscriptions: Series of 1907 / Series of 1922 – Gold Certificate – This Certifies That There Have Been Deposited In The Treasury Of The United States Of America One Thousand Dollars In Gold Coin Repayable To The Bearer On Demand Washington D.C. – Bureau Engraving & Printing – Department Series – Act of July 12th 1882 – Garfield – Register Of The Treasury – Treasurer Of The United States – Amer Septent Sigil Thesaur – Gold Certificate The United States of America One Thousand Dollars In Gold Coin|