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Record Price of $2.5 Million Paid for 1891 $1000 Bill at Heritage Auction. VIDEO: 4:46

Michael Sadler, Auctioneer, Heritage Auctions

In a room full of the most serious collectors and dealers in United States paper money a record price of $2,585,000 was paid for an 1891 $1000 Treasury Note.

This is one of only two known for the design and the only example available for collectors. The lot opened at $1,150,000 and after spirited bidding set a record price.

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