Compound Interest Bearing Notes can be considered sleepers in the currency world. At time of issue, these notes accrued interest at 6 per cent compounded every 6 months for a period of three years. As a result of these notes ability to accrue a significant amount of interest over a short period of time, most of these examples were turned in and redeemed. With only 56 examples left, finding a nicer note would be difficult. Unlike most Compound Interest Treasury Notes, the bronze overprint on this example has not oxidized and still maintains a golden tint. It will only be a matter of time before buyers realize their incredible rarity and potential.