Since it was first introduced in 1861, several different types US paper currency have been produced over the years: the original United States Notes, now obsolete for over 45 years, Silver Certificates that could actually be exchanged for real silver and Federal Reserve Notes, that by the early 1970s were the only type issued.
It’s amazing that any of these historic U.S. notes still exist, but now you can own them in pristine uncirculated condition.
- The 1963 $1 Federal Reserve Note – the first note of its kind!
- The series 1934 $5 Silver Certificate and series 1953 $5 United States Note, which far outlived their “life expectancy”.
- Notes that escaped being destroyed by the U.S. government as they were redeemed or worn from circulation, or stashed away by collectors.
- Plus a Display Chest and Information Booklet, yours at no extra charge.
These historic notes are presented in crisp, uncirculated condition, each protected in a crystal-clear case. The custom-crafted, glass-topped wooden chest (measuring 9″ x 13″ x 5″) and expertly written booklet, providing fascinating facts about the currency in your collection, will be sent with your third shipment.
This collection allows you the convenience of building it item-by-item with a gradual payment plan.