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1922 10 Dollar Gold Certificate Fort Knox FR1173A PCGS 64PPQ
Fort Knox Gold Currency Hoard Is the Opportunity of a LifetimeGovMint.com has uncovered the largest hoard of United States Gold Certificates ever found! These $10 and $20 "Horse Blanket" size notes were redeemable in gold coins, and most were destroyed in 1933. These spectacular bank notes were sent from New York City to Italy between 1907 and 1927.
They only recently resurfaced, and we were right there to secure this unbelievable find for you. Each is graded by PCGS Currency, in holders including the signature of Edmund Moy, the man who was in charge of the nation's gold reserves at Fort Knox, where the $10 and $20 gold coins backing the notes were stored. GovMint.com customers are the only collectors in the world who have an opportunity to secure these fantastic notes for their collections.
In years to come, the Fort Knox Gold Certificate Hoard is destined to go down in the annals of currency collecting history as one of the most significant currency hoards of all time. Here's your chance to get your share of Fort Knox Gold!
|Year of Issue||1922|