These old-time pieces were issued by the Bank of the United States of Pennsylvania, which issued notes from 1836-1841. Though it held a state charter, the bank often dropped "of Pennsylvania" from its name – and even today, it's commonly called the "Third Bank of the United States." That gives these notes a fascinating tie to the beginnings of America's banking system!
Issued for interbank transactions, each high-denomination uniface note offered here is hand signed and bears the same design as its $10 counterpart. We've hand selected each piece for quality, and all are certified by PCGS. Authentic notes from this bank are hard to come by today, and our limited supply is sure to go fast. Once they're gone, we don't know when – or if – we'll be able to offer them again. Act now to add an important and historic note to your collection!
- Product Type: Single Products
- Year: Date Our Choice
- Denomination: $500
- Presentation: Certified - PCGS