Description: One thousand dollar gold certificates from 1922 are uncommon and generally bring at least five figures in the marketplace. Condition and serial number will always be a factor. Attach clear photos and email us at Info@RareMoneyValues.com so we can analyze it.
The 1922 $1,000 gold certificates have a picture of Alexander Hamilton centered on each bill. Left of Hamilton is a gold $1000. The gold yellow seal is to the right, and the serial numbers will always be printed in the same gold yellow ink. The design is nearly identical to the one thousand dollar 1907 gold certificate. At the bottom center you see “IN GOLD COIN” because you were able to trade this bill for gold coins in the early 1900s. The denomination “1000” can be seen in each corner of the bill. Considering the scarcity and rare denomination, you would think the design wouldn’t be so plain and simple.
Value & Information: Value can be determined by condition and how unique the serial number is. There is only one type of 1922 $1,000 gold certificate. These gold certificates were all signed by Speelman and White. Many are worth $10,000. The rarer types can be worth over $100,000. Please do your research before you sell your gold certificate, or contact us for assistance.
I’ve handled dozens of the $1,000 1922 gold certificate notes in my time. To know exactly the value of your particular bill all you need to do is send me clear photos so I can analyze it better. Your bill could be worth a few thousand, or over one hundred thousand dollars. You will never know if you don’t ask us!
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