Among the most sought-out American currency designs is the so-called Silver Certificate Chief Note. The 1899 redesign of the $5 denomination in the United States Silver Certificate Series introduced an effigy of Running Antelope on the obverse, making it not only the first note with an indigenous figure on it, but also making Running Antelope the first indigenous person to feature on American money. Provident Metals now has 1899 $5 Silver Certificate Chief Notes available to you for purchase online.
When you purchase one of these 1899 $5 Silver Certificate Chief Notes at Provident Metals, you will receive your note with a protective plastic currency sleeve. The notes in this listing come in Fine condition. This general term for the condition of a note points to the presence of rounded corners, margin splits, and various fold lines throughout the field.
Silver Certificates were signed by the Register of the Treasury and the Treasurer of the United States. With a 23-year run in production, there are 11 different signature combinations possible on these notes. Please remember that you could receive notes with matching or varied signature combinations when buying more than one.
Running Antelope is depicted on the obverse side of 1899 $5 Silver Certificate Chief Notes. His effigy is shown in front-facing relief with an ornate feathered headdress. This side of the note bears blue ink on the Treasury seal and the denomination element to the left of Running Antelopes figure.
The denomination of the note is featured several times on the reverse of 1899 $5 Silver Certificate Chief Notes. The designs on this side include United States of America, Silver Certificate, Five Dollars, 5, and V.
Silver Certificates were issued in the United States as large-sized notes from 1878 to 1927. In 1928, the series was downsized to a smaller format consistent with the size of modern Federal Reserve Notes. From 1878 to 1964, Silver Certificates were regularly printed by the United States. Until 1967, the notes were redeemable with the Treasury for the face value in silver dollars. Rising silver prices in the 1960s forced the Treasury to issue raw silver bullion instead in the final year of redemption from June 1967 to June 1968.
Provident Metals customer service is available to assist you at 800-313-3315. We are also available using our live chat and email address features.
When the subtotal of your purchase, including applicable discounts, is $199 or more, you receive free shipping for your entire order. In order to receive free shipping on purchases of $199 or more, you must live within the 50 US states. For orders less than $199, a $7.99 shipping fee applies. All products are discreetly packaged and shipped with full insurance included.
Most Provident orders are shipped within one (1) business day of your payment clearing. Payments made via PayPal clear instantly. Bitcoin payments clear instantly once the transaction is confirmed. Credit Card and bank wire payments process within 1 business day. ACH and paper check payments take 3-5 business days. Once payments are processed, products are released to fulfillment for packaging and shipping.
All orders of $199 or more that are eligible for free shipping are, by default, shipped via a carrier of our choice (USPS or UPS). Depending on the contents and size of your purchase, you may be able to upgrade to a specific carrier during checkout.
For those orders of $999.99 or less, there is no need to sign for your package. However, you may select the option to require a signature at delivery if you want. This can be chosen and paid for at checkout. All orders of $1000 or more require a signature to complete delivery.
Provident is only able to ship to addresses in any of the 50 US states. This includes P.O. boxes and APO addresses.
|Mint Mark||Not Shown|
|Product Series||Silver Certificate Legal Tender|
|Packaging||Archival Quality Currency Sleeve|
|Shipping||Orders over $199 Ship Free|
|Certificate of Authenticity||No|
|Dimensions||187 mm x 79 mm x 0.1 mm|