Some of the most sought-after notes of the late 1960s were the short lived "Barr" Notes. These distinctive $1 notes bear the signatures of Joseph W. Barr, who served as secretary of the treasury during the last 28 days of Lyndon B. Johnson's administration, and was replaced when President Nixon chose a successor. Because of Barr's short tenure, these notes are far less common than other Federal Reserve Notes of that time. Get yours today! .
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- Product Type: Single Products
- Note Features: Green Seal
- Note Size: Small
- Year: 1963
- Denomination: $1