product features a crisp, uncirculated Series 2003A $2 note
with a serial number beginning with “2008xxxxD.” Each note is protected by a clear, acid-free polymer
sleeve, in a commemorative 2008 folder. District our choice. Limited to
10,000 per district.
This product features a crisp, uncirculated Series 2003A $2
note with a serial number beginning with “2009xxxxD.” Each
note is protected by a clear, acid-free
polymer sleeve, in a commemorative 2009 folder. District our
choice. Limited to 6,000 per district.
This uncirculated $1
Federal Reserve Note is truly unique - it is from the first
series of notes printed in the new Millennium and features a
serial number beginning with the numeral 2001.
This product consists of a single Series 1995 $2 note
beginning with the serial number 2000 and ending with a star suffix. Limited
quantity of products worldwide, only 7,999 notes from each of the 12
Federal Reserve Districts.
Texas Coin &
1995 $5 Star
innovative set features for the first time ever, crisp, uncirculated Series
2003 $1, $2, $5, and $10 notes with MATCHING LOW SERIAL NUMBERS that
represent the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, and two uncirculated Texas
State Quarters from the United States Mint.
This limited edition set is professionally bound into a hardcover
leatherette booklet, and the currency is protected by clear, acid-free,
polymer sleeves. Only 2,000 worldwide produced.
This product features a crisp, uncirculated Series 1995 $5
star note from the Atlanta Federal Reserve. Star notes were first used
in 1910. They were produced in all denominations with the sole intent of
replacing notes that are removed from regular production for a variety
of reasons: research, testing or because of damage. Each note is protected by a clear, acid-free polymer sleeve, in a commemorative folder.
Founding Fathers 2012 Currency Set
Federal Reserve Set
Each historic set features a
Series 2009 $1 note and a Series 2003A $2 note bearing the portraits of
George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, respectively. Both currency notes
are from the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and have matching serial numbers
beginning with “2012.” This historic set is attractively packaged in a
tri-fold folder, and each note is protected by a clear acid-free polymer
9,000 sets produced.
the Series 1999 $10 notes with matched serial numbers from each of the 12
Federal Reserve Banks. The $10 notes feature the highest matching
serial numbers available. The Series 1999 $10 Premium Federal Reserve Set is
professionally bound with a certificate of authenticity into a 24-page
book, with each note protected with an acid-free polymer sleeves.
Only 2,000 sets produced.