1907 $5 Legal Tender Notes (Very Fine) - Silver.com™
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1907 $5 Legal Tender Notes (Very Fine)

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Introduced in 1862, the United States Note was accepted as legal tender in the United States of America through 1971. By comparison, the modern Federal Reserve Note won’t surpass the US note, or Legal Tender Note, in circulation until 2024. The last redesign of the notes as a large-sized bill came in 1907 and was the fifth for the notes in that size. Today, Very Fine 1907 $5 Legal Tender Notes are available to you online at Silver.com.

Note Highlights:

  • Available to ship to you inside protective plastic sleeves!
  • Last redesign of large-sized US Notes!
  • Famous wood-chopper design!
  • Available in Very Fine condition!
  • The face value of $5 (USD) was issued by the US government.
  • On the obverse is the portrait of President Andrew Jackson and the wood-chopper effigy.
  • The reverse notes the denomination of the bill.
  • Please remember it is possible to receive notes with matching conditions when you buy multiples.

The United States Note, also known as the Legal Tender Note, was introduced by the United States in 1862. This came just one year after the debut of the Demand Note, a note issued briefly by the Union after the start of the Civil War. The Legal Tender Note would go on to see production and circulation in the United States through 1971. The 1907 Series for the $5 denomination was the last redesign of the large-sized notes and offered little change from the design introduced in 1880.

All of these 1907 $5 Legal Tender Notes are available to you with protective plastic sleeves. The notes ship in Very Fine condition. A note in this condition shows moderate signs of circulation use that can include light-to-mild soiling, and/or numerous fold lines. The notes are free of major detractions.

On the obverse of 1907 $5 Legal Tender Notes is an image of President Andrew Jackson. When the note was introduced in 1862, an effigy of Freedom was depicted on the $5 denomination. In 1869, the United States introduced the effigy of President Jackson on the obverse along with a frontier family with a husband wielding an axe with his hunting dog nearby. This design would go on to feature on the notes through the 1875 and 1880 redesigns, remaining on the bills with the 1907 redesign.

The reverse side of the 1907 $5 Legal Tender Notes comes with a depiction of the denomination of the notes. Throughout the history of this series, the reverse always maintained relatively simple imagery with just the denomination.

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Weight 1.00000 oz

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Mint Mark:  Not Shown

Condition:  Very Fine

Face Value:  $5 USD

Country:  United States

Edge Design:  Smooth

Packaging Type: Archival Quality Currency Sleeve

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