NORTH AFRICAN SILVER CERTIFICATES. $1.00-$5.00-$10.00
Special Silver Certificates were also issued as payment for Allied troops in North Africa about to begin their assault into Europe. The only difference on these one-dollar bills was a yellow instead of blue seal. Both of these types of notes could be declared worthless if they fell into enemy hands.

1935A
$1.00               
P.C.G.S #30                       
I33333333C UNIQUE                          
$SOLD


Only two solid serial number known on a all emergency notes put together..
1935 $1.00 SILVER CERTIFICATE *HAWAII*
Special $1 Silver Certificates were issued for Hawaii in case of a Japanese invasion. HAWAII was printed vertically on the left and right side of the obverse and also horizontally across the reverse. The seal and serial numbers were changed to brown.
1935A
$1.00
V-CH-CU
S53998755C
$180.00


1935A
$1.00
CH-CU
S53998757C
$180.00









1935A
$1.00
P.C.G.S. #64PPQ
HAWAII STAR
$3850.00

Lovely high grade P.C.G.S #64PPQ hawaii star.   
1934 $5.00 FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE *HAWAII*
Special World War II currency was issued. HAWAII was overprinted on the front and back of the $5 Federal Reserve Note; the serial numbers, and seal, were changed to brown from green. This was done so that the currency could be declared worthless if there was a Japanese invasion


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1934 $10.00 FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE *HAWAII*
1942: Special World War II currency was issued. HAWAII was overprinted on the front and back of the $10 Federal Reserve Note, and the seal and serial numbers were changed to brown. This was done so that the currency could be declared worthless in case of Japanese invasion.


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1934 $20.00 FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE *HAWAII*
A special emergency series, with brown serial numbers and "HAWAII" overprinted on both the front and the back, is issued. These notes are designed to circulate on the islands, and be deemed invalid in the event of a Japanese invasion.


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