1960s $1 Federal Reserve Note Complete Signature Set

Choice Crisp Uncirculated


Select a Grade: Choice Crisp Uncirculated

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Here’s an exciting opportunity for paper money enthusiasts! With this 8-note set, you’ll enjoy Choice Crisp Uncirculated examples of every signature combination issued on the $1 notes bearing a 1960s series date! Unlike coins, the date on paper money changes only when changes are authorized or a new U.S. treasurer or secretary takes office. With this complete set, you’ll enjoy all eight 1963-1969D notes:

  • 1963 Granahan-Dillon
  • 1963A Granahan-Fowler
  • 1963B Granahan-Barr – bears the signature of Joseph W. Barr, who had the shortest term of any secretary of the treasury – serving just 1 month during the last days of President Lyndon B. Johnson’s administration.
  • 1969 Elston-Kennedy – holds the distinction of being signed by the same people as the following issue! The signature combination is different because Dorothy Elston married in 1970, changing her name to Dorothy Kabis. This marked the first time a treasurer’s signature was changed during their time in office!
  • 1969A Kabis-Kennedy
  • 1969B Kabis-Connally
  • 1969C Banuelos-Connally
  • 1969D Banuelos-Schultz

Facsimile signatures of the U.S. Treasurer and Secretary of the Treasury appear on the notes’ faces. All 8 regular issues in this complete set are in sought-after Choice Crisp Uncirculated condition. This is a great opportunity for you to own a complete signature set of 1960s dated $1 Federal Reserve Notes. It’s not often that we come across enough notes to offer complete sets of this quality, so I urge you to order quickly!