Gabriella writes: I have a Federal Reserve Note of 1,000 dollar bill, series of 1934A with a green stamp. Cleveland portrait on the front and the phrase: “One Thousand Dollars” appears on the back. I wanted to know, how much is it worth and what should I do to exchange it?
1934 Thousand Dollar Bill
$1000 notes are rarely encountered but are still legal tender. Because of their scarcity (and sometimes just to “show off”) collectors and others will pay a premium for them based on their grade (condition).
Depending on grade, the approximate value of your thousand dollar bill is $1,400 – $2,000. You can offer the note at your local coin dealer. For another look at the Thousand Dollar Bill, see: Specimen $1000 Federal Reserve Note