Witness a half century of changes to America’s $1 bills with this set of 5 different notes from 5 different decades – all in Choice Crisp Uncirculated condition! You’ll receive a 1957A $1 Silver Certificate from the final series year of these historic notes once redeemable for silver. Plus, you’ll get a hard-to-find 1963B $1 Federal Reserve “Barr” Note, bearing the signature of Joseph W. Barr who served as Secretary of the Treasury only during the final 28 days of Lyndon Johnson’s administration. The 1974 $1 Federal Reserve Note recalls the year Richard Nixon became the only U.S. president to resign (following the Watergate Scandal).
You’ll also receive a sought-after 1995 “Web Note” – created when about 1% of Series 1988A, 1993 and 1995 $1 Federal Reserve Notes were printed on an experimental web-fed press instead of a sheet-fed press. The face of these short-lived notes has no plate-position letter and number, and no plate serial numbers, while the back has plate numbers above the “E” rather than below it. Rounding out your 5-decade set is a 2009 $1 Federal Reserve Note. Get all 5 and SAVE off single prices!
- Product Type: Sets
- Note Size: Small
- Year: Mixed Years
- Grade: Crisp Uncirculated