Grover Cleveland is not the most memorable U.S. President, but his face does appear on one of the most expensive bills the country produces, the 1,000 dollar bill. It is a paper note that most people never see in a lifetime, and it went out of circulation in 1969, but the bill's last print run was over 20 years prior in 1934. There are, however, over 165,000 of these bills still in the public domain, many owned by collectors since the face value is likely to bewilder the average retail store cashier. The series run of the note is highly important to collectors and plays a role in the value of the currency. The 1934A note, for example, is only available as a Federal Reserve note, while the 1928 version is only available as a gold certificate, meaning it entitles its bearer to $1,000 in gold. The value of the 1,000 dollar bill also depends on its condition, and mint items with little to no wear or tear can sell for up to four times their original value. Shop on eBay for high-value rare bills from the U.S. and other countries around the world.Shop the large inventory of coins and U.S. paper money!