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1963B $1 Federal Reserve Note - $85 (Gallatin)

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condition: new
make / manufacturer: Federal Reserve
model name / number: $1 note
1963B $1 Federal Reserve 'Barr' Note- Fr.1902-G- Chicago- Superb GEM New 67PPQ
I prefer selling locally as eBay has increased their fees and shipping is a hassle. Price is $85 for an excellent piece of history. If interested, CALL 615-337-33ZERO7 and ask. I do not respond to emails or out of state texts, so call and leave a message if there is no answer. Located in Gallatin TN.

Uncirculated, sealed as New, Crisp Superb Gem with a 67PPQ rating.
Serial number: G 84894828 H

Joseph Walker Barr (January 17, 1918 – February 23, 1996) was an American businessman and politician from Indiana. He served one term in the United States House of Representatives and the United States Secretary of the Treasury from December 21, 1968 until January 20, 1969, in President Lyndon B. Johnson's cabinet. This is ONLY 28 days total which makes bills with his signature a limited set.

After his electoral defeat, President Kennedy appointed him as the Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Congressional Relations. In 1963, he was appointed Chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Barr served as the Undersecretary of the Treasury from 1965 to 1968, during the administration of President Lyndon B. Johnson. When Henry H. Fowler resigned in December 1968, Johnson named Barr as the Secretary of the Treasury with a recess appointment, effective for the remainder of Johnson's term in office. His 28 days in the position was the SHORTEST term of any Treasury Secretary. Given his short period in office, his signature appears ONLY on the one-dollar bill.

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