Explore a wide range of notes in different denominations and variations such as $1, $100, Silver Certificate, Federal Reserve Note, and more. Find rare and sequential notes, as well as international currency and star notes in the Notes category.
The Notes category includes various types of currency notes from around the world. These notes are a form of paper money that is used as a medium of exchange.
This subcategory includes notes that are considered to be unique or of exceptional value. These notes often have special features or design elements that make them desirable to collectors.
The $1 note subcategory features currency notes with a denomination of one dollar. These notes are commonly used in everyday transactions and are commonly referred to as "singles".
The $100 note subcategory includes currency notes with a denomination of one hundred dollars. These notes are often used for larger transactions and are considered to be a high-value currency.
Federal Reserve Notes are a type of currency issued by the Federal Reserve System. These notes serve as the primary form of paper money in the United States.
This subcategory includes currency notes from various countries around the world. These notes may feature unique designs, languages, and cultural symbols that are specific to the issuing country.
Rare Notes are currency notes that are considered to be scarce or hard to find. These notes often have a limited production run or may have been discontinued.
Sequential Notes are a type of currency notes that have consecutive serial numbers. These notes are often prized by collectors due to their unique and orderly nature.
Silver Certificates were a type of currency note issued in the United States from 1878 to 1964. These notes were backed by a specific amount of silver bullion and could be exchanged for silver upon request.
Star Notes are currency notes that have a star symbol in the serial number. These notes are often produced to replace damaged or misprinted notes and are considered to be a novelty by collectors.