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PMG’s Featured Notes Gallery

PMG is honored to grade and encapsulate the world’s most extraordinary collections of paper money. In proper tribute to notes of exceptional grade, rarity, historical significance or visual appeal, PMG regularly showcases a Featured Note on its homepage.

Now you can view in great detail all of PMG’s Featured Note selections in one gallery. Check www.PMGnotes.com regularly for new Featured Notes.

Pogue Collection, 1861 Fr#7a $10 Demand Note, PMG 58 EPQ

One of the rarest and perhaps most historically significant bank notes in the D. Brent Pogue collection is the 1861 “For The” hand-signed $10 Demand Note attributed as Friedberg 7a.
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Pogue $1,000 1907 Gold Certificate

Gold Certificates are always popular with numismatists and this 1907 Fr-1219e $1,000 Gold Certificate graded PMG 66 EPQ is an excellent example of why.
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Ohio, Kirtland $10 1837 Kirtland Safety Society Bank

This $10 bank note was placed into circulation by the Kirtland Safety Society Anti-banking Company.
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Japan / Constitutional Monarchy, ND (1873) 2 Yen, Great Imperial Japanese Circulating Note

The Ministry of Finance introduced notes in denominations between 10 sen and 100 yen in 1872. In 1873 “Imperial Japanese Paper Currency” followed in denominations of 1 yen up to 20 yen.
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Egypt, National Bank, (ND) 1899 50 Piastres

The National Bank of Egypt issued banknotes for the first time in 1899. Denominations of 50 Piastres, 1, 5, 10, 50 and 100 Egyptian Pounds were introduced.
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$5 1896 Silver Certificate

The $5 Educational note picture was issued in three different signature combinations between 1896 and 1898, catalogued as Fr#268-270.
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Commonwealth of Australia (ND) 1918 10-Shilling / Half Sovereign

On January 1, 1901 the Commonwealth of Australia was formed. The Commonwealth Government had constitutional power over currency matters and was eager to have a nationally-accepted currency.
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$5 1985 Federal Reserve Note Richmond

This Series 1985 $5 Federal Reserve Note is an error note printed by the US Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
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Netherlands Indies 1000 Gulden Note

This attractive Netherlands Indies 1000 Gulden note was issued by the Javasche Bank.
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$100 1875 Legal Tender

This note comes from the prestigious Bebee Collection, one of the most comprehensive collections of US paper money ever assembled.
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$1,000 1861 Confederate States of America Note

This $1,000 Confederate States of America note is one of 607 issued and features images of John C. Calhoun on the left and Andrew Jackson on the right.
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Malaya and British Borneo, 1953, $10,000

The Malaya and British Borneo dollar (known as the ringgit in Malay, Jawi:text) was the currency of Malaya, Singapore, Sarawak, British North Borneo and Brunei from 1953 to 1967.
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Canada DC-29 1925 $1,000

In 1925 the Canadian Department of Finance issued new $500 and $1,000 notes and withdrew the 1911 issue notes.
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$1 1899 Silver Certificates Fr#226

PMG was honored to grade and encapsulate this special collection. Among the many unique rarities are these two $1 1899 Silver Certificate sheets.
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$5 1875 Montana Territorial Fr#404, CH #2476

Fort Benton, Montana Territory, was the last port in the upper Missouri River at a time when the majority of the freight going to the Dakota and Montana territories was carried by river boats.
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Pick# 3fp 19xx 50 Thalers

The Bank of Abyssinia, inaugurated in 1906, was the beginning of banking in Ethiopia.
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$1 1928E Silver Certificate Fr#1605 (FB Block)

The first issue of small-size Silver Certificates were dated Series 1928.
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$10 1901 Legal Tender

The bison vignette shown on this note makes it one of the most popular US note types.
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1896 $5 Silver Certificate

The $5 Educational note picture was issued in three different signature combinations.
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