No, because the highest-value bill is €500. If you have a "€1000 bill" it's a fake.
Ten dollar bills did not exist in the United States in 1847. A ten dollar coin from that year is worth nearly $1500.
It is worth $1000.
These bills are normally replicas with no collector value.
Yes, the smallest value bank note in the Lebanon is for 1000 pounds.
value of 1847 Rogers Bros A1 plus mark
Bill Miner was born in 1847.
The U.S. did not print any $1000 bills dated 1933. Please check your bill and post a new question.
Please post a new, separate question with the bill's country of origin. There were no Federally-issued $1000 US bills dated 1925.
There are pictures of high-value bills at the Related Link.
100-1000 depending on EXACTLY what you have.
The $1000 bill with a serial number 8894 is fake. it is the most widely copied bill in U.S. currency. It's not worth anything.
The Royal Mint produced no One Shilling coins in 1847.
Please check your bill again. No 1934 C $1000 bills were put into circulation. You may be referring to the Federal Reserve District letter; the series letter is next to the date. There's more information at the question "What is the value of a 1934 US 1000 dollar bill?".
Not enough information. If it is a U.S. $1000 bill its value depends heavily on what date is on it and whether it was issued as a Federal Reserve note (green seal) or some other kind of bill. U.S. $1000 bills were last printed in 1945 and those carried the series date 1934. The government stopped distributing them through banks in 1969.
between $1000 and $1500 depending on condition
well you cant because there is no 1000 bill.
It certainly has a value as a collecting item, but not as a currency. Depending of the year, rarity, aspect of your bill, it may be in fact a very valuable one.
A used bill in poor condition is worth $1000. A slightly used bill is worth $1200 An uncirculated bill could fetch $1400 However if u have a 1954, Devils face. It could be worth much more
The value varies on the rarity of the issuing bank and the condition. At least $1000 but one recently sold for $250,000.
The US has never withdrawn any currency except Gold Certificates, so technically a $1000 bill is still legal tender.More importantly, though, is WHY would anyone spend one? Depending on its date and condition, the collector value of a $1000 bill can be much higher than $1000, so spending it would cause you to lose all of that extra value. Far better to sell it to a collector or dealer, spend $1000 of what you receive and keep the rest as profit.