1918 Federal Reserve Note Grade?
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Nice FRBN.

If it was mine, I would put it in a protective sleeve and enjoy it as is.

To have a single note graded at PMG it is going to cost you around $60, assuming that you are a paid member here. If not tack on another $25 (I think) to join, or you could go through a local PMG dealer. 

Here's a couple of links to $1 St. Louis FRBN's with identical signatures on ebay (one sold, one for sale), if you're looking for an idea of value. Keep in mind that the notes in the links appear to be in better shape than yours. You should check out a few other auction sites for sold notes to get an even better idea of the value of your note.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1918-1-ONE-DOLLAR-PCGS-53-Federal-Reserve-Bank-Note-St-Louis/114355454763?hash=item1aa01dc32b:g:RZYAAOSwiIhfNbg6 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1918-1-National-Currency-Federal-Reserve-Bank-Note-St-Louis-High-Grade-Dollar-/353126165316?hash=item5237f5ab44%3Ag%3AWH4AAOSw2oBe~Uub&nma=true&si=YAIgrSBLUhqw457GFAsDxK%2Bokco%3D&orig_cvip=true&nordt=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557 

I'm not super familiar with these so hopefully one of our other Forum members will chime in.

Edited by Fenntucky Mike
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