Federal Reserve Bank Notes were issued in the U.S. between 1915 and 1934. Only large size notes were available in denominations of $5, $10, and $20 until 1918, when denominations of $1, $2, and $50 were added. In 1933, small size FRBN’s were printed as an emergency issue in response to many bank failures prompting the public to begin hoarding cash. Take a look at the Federal Reserve Bank Notes available from Alex Perakis Coins & Currency below.

  • Type

Fr No.DenomTypeDateGradePrice
712$1FRBN1918PMG 64EPQ$625
FR 712 $1

A lovely Choice CU example from New York with margins all around and deep blue seal and numbers. Exceptional paper […]

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742$1FRBN1918PMG 30 $325
FR 742 $1

This Dallas FRBN is evenly circulated with margins all around.

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FR 756 $2

This problem free Philadelphia Battleship has balanced margins all around, as well as bright paper and bold inks.  A pleasing […]

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FR 757 $2

An evenly circulated and problem free Battleship note with balanced margins all around.  This example has retained its pleasant colors […]

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782$5FRBN1918PMG 25$475
FR 782 $5

One of only 264 examples recorded on the FR number bearing Teehee-Burke and Hendricks-Strong signatures.  This is an evenly circulated […]

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FR 787 $5

Evenly circulated and problem free Cleveland $5 FRBN with good centering. Only 76 examples recorded in the Track and Price […]

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787$5FRBN1918PMG 30EPQ$925
FR 787 $5

One of only 76 examples recorded on this Cleveland FRBN bearing Elliott/Burke signature combination.  A well-centered and evenly circulated example […]

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