$1,000 First Charter National Bank Notes
One thousand dollar national banknotes do not exist in issued form. The example above is a proof issue and not an actual fully issued note. Fully issued notes are on regular issued banknote paper, with signatures and serial numbers. As you can see from the example above, the note is missing many aspects of a fully issued banknote.
If you have a banknote that looks like the one above you either have an extremely rare proof example or you have a counterfeit/modern printed banknote. Regardless of what you have, we’re interested in helping you figure out how much its worth. We specialize in national banknotes, contact us for help.
Front Depiction: At the left, General Winfield Scott entering Mexico City in 1847 during the Mexican-American War, from a painting by John Trumbull. At the right, the United States Capital.
Back Depiction: Washington resigning his Commission, from a painting by John Trumbull. Borders in green, the painting in black.
Value: If a $1,000 national came out of hiding, it would easily bring over $1,000,000. Please contact us so we can help determine it’s exact value.