The modern Federal Reserve Note from the United States Mint and Treasury Department has been in production since 1914. Since that time, Americans have become accustomed to portraits of former presidents and other American dignitaries on their notes. Prior to this period, however, American bills had more artistic visuals. Three of those appear on a new, enhanced $1 legal tender note for collectors. Today, $1 Black Eagle Buffalo Indian Legal Tender Notes are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you inside a bi-fold display folio with a Certificate of Authenticity!
- Boasts designs from three of America’s historic paper notes!
- Beautiful, high-definition graphics!
- Authentic legal tender notes!
- The face value of $1 (USD) is fully backed by the US government.
- On the obverse are the images from the Black Eagle and Running Antelope Silver Certificates, and the Bison Note.
- The reverse comes with the modern $1 Federal Reserve Note design.
The designs found on this $1 Black Eagle Buffalo Indian Legal Tender Note come from the turn of the 20th century. The Silver Certificate was issued by the United States from 1878 to 1964, while the United States Note was released between 1862 and 1971. In particular, the designs combined onto the obverse of these $1 Federal Reserve Notes come from 1899 and 1901.
All of the $1 Black Eagle Buffalo Indian Legal Tender Notes available here come with a bi-fold display folio. The folio houses the individual bills on the right-hand side with a Certificate of Authenticity on the left-hand side. The notes used in this enhancement are uncirculated, crisp, clean $1 Federal Reserve Notes. Each one was removed from a sealed Federal Reserve pack the bills were shipped in. the Black Eagle, Buffalo, and Native American designs were applied using high-definition detail and a proprietary process.
On the obverse of $1 Black Eagle Buffalo Indian Legal Tender Notes, you will find three of America’s greatest paper money designs of all time. The Buffalo on the left of the field comes from the 1901 $10 Bison Note, a large-size note some 40% larger than the modern Federal Reserve Note. The indigenous leader at the center is Running Antelope, chief of the Hunkpapa tribe of Lakota who featured on the 1899 $5 Silver Certificate. Finally, the so-called Black Eagle image of the bald eagle on the right comes from the 1899 $1 Silver Certificate. The background field has a brilliantly-colorized American flag with rich tones of red, white, and blue.
The reverse field of the $1 Black Eagle Buffalo Indian Legal Tender Notes comes with a depiction of the all-seeing eye and the Great Seal of the United States. This design was created in 1935 and debuted on the Federal Reserve Note after President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s approval.
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