$229.99 The WWII “Hawaii” Emergency Legal Tender One Dollar Note Currency With Deluxe Display Box – On Dec. 7, 1941, when the Empire of Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, not only were our nation’s defenses struck a horrible blow, but our entire national sense of security had to be re-evaluated. In an effort to protect Hawaii, then a U.S. territory, the U.S. treasury created special notes designed to thwart use by any enemy. These remarkable notes, used by the people of Hawaii as they rebuilt, and designed as a remarkable line of defense in and of themselves, can now be added to your collection with The WWII Hawaii Emergency $1 Note Currency, available in an exclusive presentation from The Bradford Exchange Mint.This rare legal tender currency repeats the same design as the 1935 note, except the Treasury Seal and name are marked out in brown to differentiate the bill from its mainland counterparts. The back of the bill is identical to the 1935 series note as well, but with the addition of outline block lettering reading “HAWAII” covering the entire back of the bill. Safely showcased in a crystal-clear, tamper-proof holder and museum-quality, mahogany-finished Deluxe Display Box, this special WWII issue is certain to become a prized heirloom – and it makes an unforgettable patriotic gift. Strong demand is expected, and supplies are strictly limited to 1,941 worldwide, so don’t delay. Order now!