The United States Mint and Treasury Department have a long track record for the creation of beautiful designs on American currency. From coins to paper notes, there have been countless inspirational designs to make it onto American money. To many, the three designs from the 1896 Silver Certificate release known as the Educational Series rank at the top of the list. Today, $5 Educational Legal Tender Notes are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you in a bi-fold presentation folio that includes a Certificate of Authenticity!
- Replicates the image from the 1896 $5 Silver Certificate!
- Genuine legal tender US notes!
- High-definition imagery on the obverse!
- The obverse side of the note features Electricity debuting light for the world.
- On the reverse is the Lincoln Memorial.
The United States has issued a $5 denomination on paper money since 1862 and was last redesigned in 2007. However, President Abraham Lincoln has been the face of $5 paper notes since 1914. The first $5 bill with President Lincoln’s effigy featured on the debut of the Federal Reserve note issued in 1914. The Lincoln Memorial did not appear together with the 16th President’s effigy as the reverse design until 1929 with the debut of small-sized notes.
All of these $5 Educational Legal Tender Notes are available to you for purchase today with a beautiful presentation folio. The bi-fold presentation folio houses the $5 bill on the right side with a Certificate of Authenticity on the left. The notes are in uncirculated condition and come from sealed Federal Reserve packs, meaning each note is clean and crisp. High-definition graphics are present on the obverse, with a proprietary technology used to enhance the visual brilliance of the coins using the 1896 $5 Educational Series design.
The obverse side of $5 Educational Legal Tender Notes comes with a depiction of the female allegory known as Electricity. In this design, she is shown introducing light to the world at a time when the Industrial Revolution was changing the way humans lived on planet Earth.
On the reverse field of $5 Educational Legal Tender Notes is a vision of Lincoln Memorial. The memorial sits on the western edge of the National Mall in Washington D.C. and was completed and dedicated in 1922. It has appeared on the $5 bill, as mentioned above, since 1929, but was recently modified in 2006.
1896 Silver Certificates in the Educational Series featured beautiful designs on the $1, $2, and $5 notes. The designs were in production until 1899 when a new design replaced the allegorical images in the Silver Certificate series.
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