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ANY currency collection starts with the basics which includes this "Small Size" $5 Legal Tender US Note from the Series of 1928.Though proving harder to find as the years go by, these 1928 $5s are still available at affordable rates.
Each note is a circulated example of the series and ships in an archival safe currency sleeve to ensure lasting preservation.
Five dollars may not go as far as it did in 1928, but the $5 Legal Tender U.S. Note from Provident Metals is still highly desirable among collectors. Introduced during the Civil War, the notes were reduced in size to modern standards, starting with this 1928 series for the $100, $5, $2 and $1 notes.
Abraham Lincoln is the central figure on the front of this $5 legal tender note, while the Lincoln Memorial is prominent on the reverse. The note features the signatures from W.A. Julian and Henry Morgenthau, the 28th U.S. Treasurer and the Secretary of Treasury, respectively, as well as a red seal and serial numbers that are unique to the legal tender notes.
Lincoln served as the 16th U.S. president from March 1861 through his assassination in 1865. During his presidency, Lincoln helped abolish slavery and led the U.S. through the American Civil War.
Each $5 note is a circulated example of the 1928 series and will ship in an archival sleeve to ensure lasting preservation. Order yours now through Provident Metals’ online purchasing system!
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