The Last Large-Size U.S. $5 Silver Certificate
A legendary $5 bill, issued almost a century ago!
• The Series of 1923 $5 Silver Certificate, coveted as much for its legendary “porthole” image of Abraham Lincoln as it is for its unique place in currency history.
• The last $5 “horse blanket,” produced in a much larger size than today’s currency; most were withdrawn and destroyed in 1928 when small-size notes were introduced.
• When issued, it was backed by five Morgan or Peace Silver Dollars deposited in the U.S. Treasury…which the owner could claim at any time in exchange for the note.
• To enrich appreciation of all major design details, this historic note is in gently circulated condition, attractively encapsulated in a crystal-clear holder so that both sides can be safely examined without fear of damage from dust, dirt and fingerprints.
• Accompanied by a deluxe glass-topped Display Chest (measuring 11⅛̎ x 7̎ x 8¼̎).
• Comes with an informative Collector Card—written by experts—with details about the note’s history and design.
• Guarantee of Satisfaction: Free returns for replacement or full refund.
This product allows the convenience of a gradual payment plan. It is payable in three equal, monthly, interest-free installments.
Please note: The exact appearance of the note you receive may vary from the images shown.
Your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed. You may return your product at our expense within 30 days for replacement or for a full refund. Orders are subject to acceptance.