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Gold Certificates Series 1906, 1907, 1913 and 1922

While there are four seperate series of gold certificates in these years, the differences are minor across the designs.
They only issued one denomination in 1913 and that was the $50.00.
Series 1922 are by far the most common. Among the earlier series there are rare varieties.
Star notes are tough to find in series earlier than 1922 but they did print them.
All note from this series are readily available and make for easy collecting.

Series 1907 $10 Gold Certificate. Series 1907 $10 Gold Certificate
This note features the first treasurer of the United States Michael Hillegas.
This note doesn't get a lot of respect because the front is boring and no one knows the central character.
The back is the most interesting aspect of the note.
This note is pretty common with over 6500 known. A mid grade example can be bought for a couple hundred.
A full range of expected values would be from $65.00 to $900 in Gem.

Series 1906 $20 Gold Certificate. Series 1906 $20 Gold Certificate
Same design as the Technicolor note but with most of the beautiful color stripped away.
The BEP decided to tone down this design, making the 1905 Technicolor special as a one year type.
This note is very common and can be found from $150 to $3000. More if the note is a replacement.

1913 $50 Gold Certificate. Series 1913 $50 Gold Certificate
This note was issued in 1913 and 1922. It was the only gold certifcate issued in 1913.
The note is more common than 50's in general for a given series with over 1200 known.
A decent example can run from $500 to $700 while a full range of values would be from $150 to $3500.
Star notes on this denomination are rare and expensive.

Series 1922 $100 Gold Certificate. Series 1922 $100 relacement Gold Certificate
This note is the most valuable in the series. Not rare but a nice type regardless.
With about 750 known it's a readily available type in all grades.
A nice middle of the road example can run from $600 to $900.
A full range of values would be from $400 to $4500.
On display is a rare replacement note. (notice the star next to the serial number)

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