Small size Federal Reserve Bank Notes were issued in 1933 in denominations of $5 through $100. They were printed as part of an emergency issue in response to many bank failures at the time. These notes used the same paper stock as national bank notes of the era and looked fairly similar to those notes, though they came from distinctly different issuers.

  • Type

Fr No.DenomTypeDateGradePrice
FR 1850-F $5 FRBN

Evenly circulated and problem free Very Fine on Atlanta.

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1860-D$10FRBN1929PMG 30EPQ$85
FR 1860-D $10 FRBN

A pleasing, bright example from Cleveland with Exceptional Paper Quality noted by PMG.

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1870-A$20FRBN1929PMG 66EPQ$475
FR 1870-A $20 FRBN

A stunning Boston FRBN with vivid inks on front and back, balanced margins all around and deep embossing. Exceptional Paper […]

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1870-A*$20FRBN1929PMG 35 $1650
FR 1870-A* $20 FRBN
1870-G$20FRBN1929PMG 65EPQ$245
FR 1870-G $20 FRBN

This bright and nicely centered Chicago FRBN has vivid brown seal and serial numbers, as well as Exceptional Paper Quality […]

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FR 1870* $20 FRBN

A well centered Philadelphia FRBN Star Note. Low serial number C00003332A*. Only 24,000 Star notes from Philadelphia printed.

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1870*$20FRBN1929Fine (VF)$250
FR 1870* $20 FRBN

An evenly circulated STAR note with balanced margins all around.  This problem free example has retained its pleasing colors.

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