Recreated from the last gold certificate ever issued by the U.S government struck in 22kt gold.
2,000 of these gold-backed notes were printed only once, in 1934. They were used for inter-bank transfers by the federal reserve and were the last gold certificates ever issued by the U.S. government. They bear the portrait of the 28th president, Woodrow Wilson and the giant $100,000 denomination appears 12 times in total! The first U.S. gold certificates were so big, 43% bigger than today’s currency, they became known as “Horse Blankets”. When president Roosevelt recalled all gold and gold certificates from public hands, the originals were and still are illegal for any private U.S. citizen to own. Now you can legally acquire the $100,000 Gold Certificate design in 22kt gold leaf from National Collector’s Mint!
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