Asked by: Mihalache Gehrlachasked in category: General Last Updated: 21st January, 2020
Who face is on a thousand dollar bill?
Likewise, people ask, who is on the $1000 bill?
$1,000 Bill - Grover Cleveland President Grover Cleveland's face appears on the $1,000 bill, which like the $500 bill dates to 1918. Hamilton's face initially appeared on the denomination. The Fed and Treasury discontinued the $1,000 bill in 1969.
Subsequently, question is, can you get a 1000 dollar bill from the bank? No you cannot obtain a one thousand US dollar currency note or bill from any bank. This because the US government had terminated circulation of them in the late 1960's. They are still legal tender and all banks will accept one when it is presented to them. However, you can still purchase such a bill from other sources.
People also ask, can you get a $500 bill from the bank?
High-denomination bills, which include the $500 bill, were officially discontinued by the Federal Reserve System in July of 1969 when it began to take the bills out of circulation. That being said, these bills are still legal tender.
How much is a 1000 dollar bill worth?
Some $1,000 bills can be worth several thousand dollars each. Your standard value for a generic note in lightly circulated condition is probably $1,600. However, there are plenty of exceptions to that rule.