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Paper Money Collecting FAQ
Section - 3.11) Are old US notes still legal tender?

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  Every note that has ever been backed by the US Government is
still honored by the US Government.  Although depositing an 1863
gold certificate for face value would be utterly foolish, it's still
legally possible.

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Previous Document: 3.10) Is it illegal to use U.S. paper money on products or in advertising?
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