Federal reserve bonds 500 million

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  1. Coins beads

    Coins beads Member

    Good afternoon. Have any information of this?
    And what about price?
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  2. daveydempsey

    daveydempsey Moderator Moderator

    They are fake.

    They were never issued.
    Google "Federal reserve bonds 500 million 1934"

    There is enough information on many pages to keep you busy all day.
  3. wiscbirddog

    wiscbirddog Well-Known Member

    It is worth absolutely nothing. You didn't really think there was a chance it was legitimate did you?
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  4. Aquitaine

    Aquitaine Is What It IS! But NEVER BORED!

    What was that song the Everly Bros. sang.....Dreeeaam, Dream, Dream, Dreeeem!!!
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  5. daveydempsey

    daveydempsey Moderator Moderator

    On the other hand, this is real.:hilarious:

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  6. Firemandk

    Firemandk BOY: Trains is cool Daddy ME: No more RR Spikes!

    I found, in an old magazine from the flea market, $125 in "Road Bonds" from 1923 from the County of Alameda , California, payable on demand to the bearer . Called up the Alameda County Treasurer, two weeks later he said " send them in , and they sent me a check for $125! One can always be hopeful...lol. The spelling of "Tottal" in that first picture had me wondering if that was a "proper english" spelling, but it looks like a blatant "Misteak" (lol) to me ..... If your going to fleece someone, at least try to do it correctly....lol
  7. Firemandk

    Firemandk BOY: Trains is cool Daddy ME: No more RR Spikes!

  8. Couch Potato Wannabe

    Couch Potato Wannabe Well-Known Member

    I like how everything is written in old looking text and then the writing under the packing list is in a modern-day font.

    Alas for you such fraudulent bonds have no monetary value, to the point in some places, it is even illegal to sell such things whilst telling someone they are counterfeit.

    The people who often enjoy receiving such items are museums, though they don't tend to pay for such items, relying instead on donated items for historic preservation.
  9. Bev aka thelmasstuff

    Bev aka thelmasstuff Colored pencil artist extraordinaire ;)

    Plus, on the bottom of each one it says "Superintendent of Document" not Documents plural, which it actually is. Fake all the way.
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