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1929 $5 Federal Reserve Bank Notes (Very Fine)

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Silver.com is pleased to offer you a historic Federal Reserve Bank Note in the denomination of Five Dollars and featuring President Abraham Lincoln. These notes are similar to Federal Reserve Notes except for the fact that they are only backed by their issuing Federal Reserve bank. There are twelve branches in total, and each note will list the location on the left-hand side. Now, 1929 $5 Federal Reserve Bank Notes in Very Fine condition are available to you online at Silver.com.

Note Highlights:

  • Arrives in a protective plastic currency sleeve!
  • Features the re-designed Federal Reserve Bank Note!
  • Notes are in Very Fine condition!
  • Includes brown Treasury seal and serial numbers.
  • Bears a face value of $5 (USD) from the government of the United States.
  • The obverse side depicts Abraham Lincoln.
  • On the reverse, you will see the Lincoln Memorial.
  • When purchasing multiple notes, it is possible to receive notes with matching or varied Reserve Bank seals.

From the years 1915 to 1934, the Federal Reserve printed a special series of notes called Federal Reserve Bank Notes. In the first few years of their existence, these notes were about 30% larger than modern notes and consisted of denominations from $1 to $100. But during the 1920s, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing greatly increased its production of notes, and so the smaller notes were introduced in 1929 to cut costs. These new notes also featured fresh designs with similar aesthetic styles to bring uniformity to American currency.

When you order 1929 Federal Reserve Bank Notes in this online listing, you will receive an official piece of legal tender in Very Fine condition. As such, they will show slight signs of wear, with fold marks and light soiling visible. These historic collectibles will also arrive inside plastic sleeves to ensure their Very Fine condition is maintained.

On the obverse side of $5 Federal Reserve Bank Notes you will see a portrait of President Abraham Lincoln. Honest Abe was the country’s 16th President and is most known for abolishing slavery and guiding the country through the Civil War. Unique features on these notes include the brown-colored serial numbers, the brown-colored Treasury seal, and the issuing bank listed on the left side.

The reverse of 1929 $5 Notes features the Lincoln Memorial. The vignette shows the exterior of the structure, which is designed in a beautiful neoclassical style. Inside the actual building in Washington DC, there is a magnificent statue of Lincoln and engravings of his famous speeches on the walls.

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Weight 1.00000 oz

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Mint Mark:  Not Shown

Condition:  Very Fine

Face Value:  $5

Country:  United States

Edge Design:  Smooth

Packaging Type:  Archival Quality Currency Sleeve

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