1928 $1.00 UNITED STATES NOTES.  
 
In 1933, $1 United States Notes were issued to supplement the supply of $1 Silver Certificates. Its treasury seal and serial numbers were red. However, a month after their production, it was realized that there would be no real need for these notes and production was stopped. A small number of these $1 bills entered circulation and the rest were kept in treasury vaults until 1949 when they were issued in Puerto Rico.                                                                                                
1928
$1.00
P.M.G #65EPQ
A00000018A
$SOLD

From the 2nd sheet printed. Low serial #18. There just not available this low. Surely a peach to any collection.

1928
$1.00
P.M.G 66EPQ
A00000970A
$SOLD

Three digit serial, blockbuster grade. Perfection.
1928-A-B-C-D-E-F-G $2.00 UNITED STATES NOTES.
In 1929, when all U.S. currency was changed to its current size, the $2 bill was kept only as a United States Note. The obverse featured a cropped version of Thomas Jefferson's portrait that had been on previous $2 bills. The reverse featured Jefferson's home, the Monticello. The note's seal and serial numbers were red. The Series of 1928 $2 bill featured the treasury seal superimposed by the United States Note obligation to the left and a large gray TWO to the right.
1928
$2.00
P.C.G.S #62PPQ
A00000077A
$SOLD

From the 6th sheet printed. Serial #77. A great true rarity to this small size issued 1928 Series.
1928D
$2.00
GEM-CU
D30101010A
$300.00

28D Series.... A fancy serial number on this uncirculated duece.
1928F
$2.00
CH/GEM
D75392913-24A
$SOLD

#12 CONSECUTIVE NOTES A very nice run of #12 from the D-A block. All notes are original from the pack they were kept in. What a run of notes.
1928-A-B-C-D-E-F $5.00 UNITED STATES NOTES.
1928, all small-sized notes carried a standardized design. All $5 bills would feature a portrait of Lincoln, the same border design on the obverse, and the Lincoln Memorial on the reverse. The $5 bill was issued as a United States Note with a red seal and serial numbers and as a Federal Reserve Note with a green seal and serial numbers.


1928 $5.00 P.C.G.S #63PPQ B66666664A $875.00

Seven staight 6's.... A really nice fancy serial number on this first issued united states note.
1928
$5.00
CU
C32718704A $SOLD


1928A
$5.00
V-CH-CU
D06572762A
$175.00


1928B
$5.00
GEM-CU
D92106248A
$175.00


1928C
$5.00
GEM-CU
F47259989A
$100.00


1928C
$5.00
P.C.G.S #66PPQ
F77777777A
$SOLD


Feeling lucky? This note just sizzles your eye balls.  You have to look at it twice... WHY? Because it's not only one of the tuffest solid serial numbers to achieve, it's a 1928C Series  Graded SUPERB GEM UNCIRCULATED #66. Attention getter? You better believe it. One of the hottest solid serial numbers Usarare has ever been able to offer here on this website. In 2005 a 1953C $2.00 Usn came about making it the only solid 7's known on a red seal. It was featured in Mike Abramson's Fixed Price list at $6000.00 in VF.  There are a total of (8) United states note solid serial numbers for all denominations and series. Two of them are being offered here on this emailer.  At  $12,000.00 for this 1928C blazin beauty it proves nothing but a BARGAIN for the time to come.

For Reference :
2007-Lyn knight  1928D $2.00 Usn note C44444444A #66EPQ $18,400.00
2009-Heritage Fun sale 1928 $5.00 Usn note B22222222A  CH-AU  Soft Corner $8100.00
2009 Heritage Fun Sale 1928C $2.00 Usn B22222222A CU with a notch take out of upper margin $15,500.00
1928D
$5.00
G58958408A
CH-CU
$250.00

Key to the set....
1928E
$5.00
G62498453A
CH-CU
$115.00


1928E
$5.00
H31530456A
GEM
$165.00


1928F
$5.00
P.C.G.S #63PPQ
*08941862A
$SOLD

Original uncirculated 28F STAR...
1928F  (WIDE #1)
$5.00
CH/GEM-CU
I65045824-36A
$SOLD

FULL #13 CONSECUTIVE NOTES All notes are original an taken from the pack they were found in many moon's ago. CHOICE TO GEM GRADES.  SOLD AS #13 NOTES
1953-A-B-C  $2.00 UNITED STATES NOTES.
In 1953 the $2 bill received design changes analogous to the $5 United States Note. The treasury seal was made smaller and moved to the right side of the bill; it was superimposed over the gray word TWO. The United States Note obligation now became superimposed over a gray numeral 2. The reverse remained unchanged.
1963-A $2.00 UNITED STATES NOTES.
In 1963 when the motto IN GOD WE TRUST was added to the reverse over the Monticello. And, because dollar bills were soon to no longer be redeemable in silver, WILL PAY TO THE BEARER ON DEMAND was removed from the obverse. These $2 bills were officially discontinued in August 1966.
1963-A
$2.00
FINE TO AU
#50 IN COUNT BANDED
$SOLD

#50 1963/A SERIES $2.00 USN. Some have writing on them. Decent circulated HALF pack.
1963-A $5.00 UNITED STATES NOTES.
Both the $5 United States Note and Federal Reserve Note were revised with the motto IN GOD WE TRUST added to the reverse and WILL PAY TO THE BEARER ON DEMAND removed from the obverse. Also, the obligation on the Federal Reserve Note was changed to its current wording, THIS NOTE IS LEGAL TENDER FOR ALL DEBTS PUBLIC AND PRIVATE.
1953
$5.00
F/VF
A14444444A
$375.00

Tuff serial number to come across on a USN.  Seven fours. Impressive.  Problem free note.
OUT OF STOCK
1966 $100.00  UNITED STATES NOTES.
The first and only small-sized $100 United States Note was issued with a red seal and serial numbers. It was the first of all United States currency to use the new U.S. treasury seal with wording in English instead of Latin.
1966
$100.00
P.C.G.S #66PPQ
A00014695A
$1175.00

Red & White all over....  nice Gem Unc pure paper quality note.
1966
$100.00
P.C.G.S #64PPQ
A00000023A
$SOLD

Low ladder serial number #23 goes great with the note below #24.
1966
$100.00
P.C.G.S #64PPQ
A00000024A
$3450.00

Low Serial #24. Last of the United states notes.
1966$100.00P.M.G #65EPQA00000034A    $SOLD
Low serial #34..... Graded nice an high #65EPQ. Written Exceptional paper quality, great embossing on reverse of holder. 
1966 $100.00 P.M.G #65 EPQ A00000057A $SOLD

A low two digit serial number from the first pack printed.
1966
$100.00
P.C.G.S #66PPQ
*00030985A
$SOLD


Affordable beyond rare star note. JUST 128,000 were printed. Here's a super gem example.