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1923 $1 Silver Certificate Notes (Very Fine+)

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The 1923 $1 Silver Certificate Note is a memorable release in the US Silver Certificate program. Though the design was not particularly exceptional from an artistic standpoint, it did mark one of the earliest uses of the effigy of President George Washington still in use on the modern $1 Federal Reserve Note. It also marks the last redesign and series of the legal tender $1 Silver Certificate as a large-sized note. Today, 1923 $1 Silver Certificate Notes are available to you online at Silver.com in Very Fine+ condition.

Note Highlights:

  • Available to ship to you inside protective currency sleeves!
  • Last redesign in the large-sized note series!
  • Offered in Very Fine+ condition!
  • The face value of $1 (USD) is fully backed by the US government.
  • President George Washington features on the obverse.
  • Nation of issue and denomination on the reverse.
  • Please note you may receive notes with matching signature combinations and ink colors if you buy multiples.

From 1878 to 1927, US Silver Certificates and other forms of paper money available in the United States did not look like they do today when it comes to dimensions. These 1923 $1 Silver Certificates represent the last series redesign in the large-sized notes. These notes were affectionately known as “horse blankets” by Americans because it was joked that each one was so large it could cover a horse’s back.

All 1923 $1 Silver Certificate Notes in this listing come to you with a protective currency sleeve. Notes in Very Fine+ condition show moderate signs of circulation with mild soiling possible. Overall, the note paper is crisp and relatively clean. The notes will have noticeable fold lines, with the best notes in this condition range boasting no more than 10 fold lines.

President George Washington features on the obverse of 1923 $1 Silver Certificates. This effigy of Washington debuted on the 1923 Silver Certificate and would go on to feature on the 1928 Silver Certificate, the 1928 redesigned United States Note, and eventually the modern Federal Reserve Note.

Please note that US Silver Certificates have serial numbers and seals printed with either blue or red ink in the 1923 Series. Additionally, the signature combinations of the Register of the Treasury and the Treasurer of the United States vary throughout this series as individuals came and went from those posts within the federal government. If you buy multiple notes, you may receive matching signature combinations and ink colors on your Silver Certificates.

The nation of issue and denomination are found on the reverse side of 1923 $1 Silver Certificate Notes. While the obverse field is printed with blank ink on white fields, the reverse of the notes bears green ink throughout the field for its printed notations.

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Additional information

Weight 1.00000 oz

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Mint Mark:  Not Shown

Condition:  Very Fine+

Face Value:  $1 USD

Country:  United States

Edge Design:  Smooth

Packaging Type:  Archival Quality Currency Sleeve

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