America's First Five-Dollar United States Note
A Series of 1862 note first issued as emergency currency during the Civil War…
• Now more than 150 years old, this groundbreaking large-size bill, authorized by the Act of February 25, 1862, was the very first $5 United States Note issued.
• Featuring an image of the Freedom statue that sits atop the U.S. Capitol dome, along with a portrait of Alexander Hamilton on the front.
• Originally intended to be a temporary emergency currency, when the nearly bankrupt U.S. Treasury needed money to pay for wartime supplies and troops.
• Also known as a Legal Tender Note because of the wording on the back: “This note is a legal tender for all debts, public and private,” on par with gold and silver coins.
• Presented in gently circulated condition, attractively encapsulated in a crystal-clear holder.
• Accompanied by a luxurious glass-topped Display Chest.
• Comes with an informative Collector Card, which recounts fascinating facts about this coveted bill and the time period during which it was issued.
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This product allows the convenience of a gradual payment plan. It is payable in three equal, monthly, interest-free installments.
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