PMG-certified US Notes with Desirable Fancy Serial Numbers Offered in Goldberg Sale
Posted on 9/16/2022
Valuable US banknotes with fancy serial numbers that are certified by Paper Money Guaranty® (PMG®) are being offered in a Goldberg Auctioneers sale. Online bidding is already underway for the Pre-Long Beach Auction, which is set to end on September 25, 2022.
The top individual note in the auction is a 2003 $2 Federal Reserve Note (Boston) with Serial Number 1 graded PMG 64 Choice Uncirculated EPQ (lot 19). This note is from a 2003 Premium set containing serial numbers A00000001* through L00000001*, and its Serial Number 1 makes it highly valued by collectors. It has an estimate of $30,000 to $60,000.
|2003 $2 Federal Reserve Note (Boston) with Serial Number 1 graded PMG 64 Choice Uncirculated EPQClick images to enlarge.|
Another noteworthy lot in the sale is a group of three PMG-certified 1950 Federal Reserve Notes (Minneapolis). These rare notes each have Serial Number 1, indicating that they are the first of the 1950 Series $5, $10 and $20 denominations from the Minneapolis Federal Reserve District. With grades ranging from PMG 58 Choice About Uncirculated EPQ to PMG 63 Choice Uncirculated EPQ, this lot has an estimate of $30,000 to $50,000.
|1950 $5, $10 and $20 Federal Reserve Notes with Serial Number 1, graded PMG 58 Choice About Uncirciulated EPQ and PMG 63 Choice Uncirculated EPQ.Click images to enlarge.|
Other PMG-certified highlights in the auction include:
- a group of 10 1914 Federal Reserve Note Front and Back Proofs pedigreed as Federal Reserve Proof Set #1, with grades ranging from PMG 64 Choice Uncirculated to PMG 67 Superb Gem Uncirculated EPQ (lot 1), with an estimate of $30,000 to $60,000
- a 1974 $20 Federal Reserve Note (Chicago) graded PMG 64 Choice Uncirculated EPQ and pedigreed to the Rickey Collection (lot 113), with an estimate of $25,000 to $50,000
- a 1995 $1 Federal Reserve Note (Dallas) with Serial Number 1 graded PMG 66 Gem Uncirculated EPQ (lot 200), with an estimate of $18,000 to $35,000
- a 1963A $1 Federal Reserve Note (San Francisco) with a Solid-9 Serial Number graded PMG 55 About Uncirculated (lot 178), with an estimate of $20,000 to $30,000
- a 2001 $50 Federal Reserve Note (New York) graded PMG 25 Very Fine (lot 25), with an estimate of $15,000 to $30,000
- a 2003A $2 Federal Reserve Note (New York) with a Solid-2 Serial Number graded PMG 40 Extremely Fine (lot 135), with an estimate of $12,000 to $24,000
- a 1981A $10 Federal Reserve Note (Atlanta) with Serial Number 1 graded PMG 55 About Uncirculated (lot 21), with an estimate of $12,000 to $20,000
All estimates are provided by the auction house.
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