Notes From World War II: The HAWAII $1 Bill

December 29, 2015 in Bank Notes, Education, History, Money, News, Numismatica, Numismatics, Paper Money

By: Dennis Tucker (Coin Update News)


face of HAWAII note, © 2015 Whitman Publishing, LLC

Do you have an old cigar box or wallet that Grandma and Grandpa tucked away with money and mementoes from World War II and the post-war years? You might very well find a curious $1 bill with the word HAWAII splashed across the front and back.

Where did these unusual notes come from?

“After the attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanese, December 7, 1941, the future of the Hawaiian Islands was uncertain,” write Q. David Bowers and David M. Sundman in 100 Greatest American Currency Notes. “The navy… Full article at the source>

Source: (Coin Update News)

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