High-denomination $500 and $1,000 bank notes were last issued 65 years ago, and those still in existence today are in great demand among collectors. You or a loved one can recall these historic notes with an affordable set of three copper ingots – featuring the designs of bygone $500 and $1,000 bills plus the ongoing $100 bank note:
- $1,000 Federal Reserve Note – issued for inter-bank transactions and most were destroyed decades ago; depicts Grover Cleveland
- $500 Federal Reserve Note – printed only in limited quantities and seldom seen by the public; bears a portrait of William McKinley
- $100 Federal Reserve Note – featuring and nicknamed a “Ben Franklin,” this is the highest denomination U.S. currency still issued
The encapsulated Prooflike ingots each contain 1 oz. of 99.9% pure copper and the set comes in a gift box.
- Product Type: Sets