Gold Certificates

In the mid 19th century, the US treasury started issuing gold certificates as part of its paper currency. The certificates gave the holder title to a corresponding amount of gold from the vault. Gold certificates were in circulation until 1933, when the United States banned private gold ownership.

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Fr No.DenomTypeDateGradePrice
1167$10Gold Certificates1907PMG 55EPQ$1950
FR 1167 $10

A well centered AU with deep gold seals and serial numbers on front, as well as pleasing orange reverse.  Well […]

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1172$10Gold Certificates1907CH AU $1475
FR 1172 $10

This Choice AU 1907 Gold has beautiful inks on front and back.  Nicely centered with balanced margins all around on […]

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1173$10Gold Certificates1922CH VF$425
FR 1173 $10

A boldly inked Hillegas note with balanced margins all around. Evenly circulated and problem free.

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1178$20Gold Certificates1882VF$2350
FR 1178 $20

An evenly circulated note with balanced margins all around, as well as bright paper and bold inks.

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1180$20Gold Certificates1905PCGS 25$6475
FR 1180 $20

A desirable and problem free Technicolor note with vivid inks on front and back, as well as balanced margins all […]

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1187$20Gold Certificates1922AU$1725
FR 1187 $20

A well-centered AU Gold Certificate with pleasing colors and bright paper, as well as vivid orange reverse.  Nicely centered with […]

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1187$20Gold Certificates1922CH AU $1850
FR 1187 $20

A beautiful Choice AU example with boldly inked orange reverse, as well as vivid seals and serial numbers on front.  […]

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1200$20Gold Certificates1882VF$1285
FR 1200 $20

A nicely centered VF20 example of the desirable “Garfield” 1882 Gold.  Cherry red seal and deep blue serial numbers – […]

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1200am$50Gold Certificates1922PCGS 40$2650
FR 1200am $50

A small serial number variety on this Mule with balanced margins all around, as well as vivid gold overprints on […]

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