About Federal Reserve Notes
Although they may seem too abundant to stand out in a currency collection, some Federal Reserve Notes are peculiar or rare enough to enhance any collection. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing produces these notes, which account for over 90 percent of U.S. currency. The Bureau churns out over 25 million notes every day in various denominations, including 1-dollar, 5-dollar, 20-dollar, and 100-dollar bills. Collectors and history buffs can find an assortment of rare and highly valuable new, uncirculated, and used Federal Reserve Notes on eBay. This electronic collection includes the rare, antiquated series of 1914 Federal Reserve Notes. This series of bills, produced between 1914 and 1928, features a 25 percent larger bill face than modern bills and beautiful artistic renditions of former presidents Andrew Jackson, Grover Cleveland, Abraham Lincoln, and others. You can also find a 20-dollar 1950 Federal Reserve Note, which features a rare portrait of former President Andrew Jackson with two fingers showing, rather than just one finger as seen in previous years.