1000 Dollar Bill



United States one thousand dollar bill

1862 1000 Dollar bill Boston Designated Depositary Certificate


1000 Dollar bill Legal Tender Note 1863
United States currency 1000 Dollar Legal Tender Note 1863

Bust of Robert Morris, Superintendent of Finance, 1781-1784. He was a signer of the Declaration of Independence. 

1000 Dollar Interest Bearing Note 1863


1000 Dollar bill United States Notes DeWitt Clinton
1880 $1000 Legal Tender Note DeWitt Clinton

Bust of DeWitt Clinton resting a hand on his face, 1769-1828, Governor of New York, Mayor of New York City, U.S. Senator. Christopher Columbus is seen seated at left in study and small red scalloped treasury seal at right situated below "1000" counter at upper right. "United States," seen arched and flanking central portrait with "One Thousand Dollars," arched below. Roman numeral "M," at lower center with Treasury signatures. 

1880 1000 Dollar Silver Certificate
1880 $1000 Silver Certificate

The 1880 Silver Certificates are all seen with the famous black back designs which prominently display the word "SILVER" across the back. Bust of William L. Marcy, 1786-1857, Governor of New York, US. Senator, Secretary of War under President Polk and Secretary of State under President Pierce.

1000 Dollar Gold Sertificate
Alexander Hamilton - One Thousand Dollar Gold Certificate from Series of 1882

Bust of Alexander Hamilton at the right, a large under-printing of "GOLD" in gold colored ink and frames that house both serial numbers.

1000 Dollar bill Treasury Note 1890
1890 $1000 Treasury Note

Bust of General George Gordon Meade, commander of the Union troops at the Battle of Gettysburg. This is the famous “The Grand Watermelon.” note, so called because of the shape of the large zeros and vivd geometric lathe work is observed encircling the roman numeral "M," at left and obligation at right.

1000 Dollar bill Marcy Silver Certificate 1891

Obverse: Bust of William L. Marcy, 1786-1857, Governor of New York, US. Senator, Secretary of War under President Polk and Secretary of State under President Pierce. Peace cradles sword to her chest with 1000 counter on shield at left.

1000 Dollar bill Gold Certificate 1907
1907 $1000 Gold Certificate Alexander Hamilton

Portrait of Alexander Hamilton in oval cartouche. IN GOLD COIN under portrait. The serial numbers, $1000 and seal are printed in gold ink.

1000 Dollar Federal Reserve Note 1928
1928 $1000 Federal Reserve Note

1000 Dollar Federal Reserve Notes 1934
1934 One Thousand Dollar Federal Reserve Notes

Confederate Currency 1000 Dollar bill Montgomery Note
Confederate Currency One Thousand Dollar Montgomery 1861 T-1

Description:  This note features vignettes of John C. Calhoun on the left and Andrew Jackson on the right. At $1,000, it is the highest denomination of the Confederate notes and is considered very scarce because only 607 were ever printed.