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$10,000 bill from Great Depression era sells for $480,000 at auction | Lifestyle
A $10,000 bill from the Great Depression era was recently sold at an auction for an astounding $480,000.
The bill, which features a portrait of President Andrew Jackson, is one of only a few thousand that were printed.
Experts believe that the rarity and historical significance of the bill contributed to its high selling price.
The buyer of the bill remains anonymous, but it is likely that they are a collector or investor with a passion for rare currency.
$10,000 bill from Great Depression era sells for $480,000 at auction
A $10,000 bill from the Great Depression era has recently been sold at an auction for an astonishing $480,000. The bill, featuring a portrait of President Andrew Jackson, is one of the few thousand that were printed during that time. Its rarity and historical significance have made it a highly sought-after item among collectors and investors. The buyer, whose identity remains unknown, is likely to be someone with a deep appreciation for rare currency. This sale showcases the enduring value and appeal of historical artifacts.
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