$5 Red Seal CU Condition

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The Series of 1953 and Series of 1963 $5 Legal Tender Notes were the last $5 bills to feature red Treasury seals and red serial numbers. (All of today’s currency has green seals and serial numbers.)
Legal Tender Notes – also called United States Notes – were once issued along with other types of U.S. currency, such as Silver Certificates and Federal Reserve Notes.
The last $5 Legal Tender Notes were withdrawn by the government and destroyed in the 1960’s, leaving few for collectors and historians. They have been unavailable in circulation for almost half a century.
Like a modern $5 Federal Reserve Note, the $5 United States Note features a portrait of Abraham Lincoln on the front and the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. on the back. A statue of Lincoln can be seen in the center of the Lincoln Memorial.
Unlike modern currency, though, Legal Tender Notes have distinctive red Treasury seals and red serial numbers on the front, which immediately sets them apart and makes them treasured collector’s items.
The note is in original bank-fresh Crisp Uncirculated condition, meaning it was never placed into circulation. This is the highest quality, and its condition is certified.
Even though Legal Tender Notes are long out of issue, they remain U.S. legal tender. 8 1/4 x 4
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