Add a coveted large-size $5 National Bank Note to your collection! Intricately detailed, this historic note bears an oval portrait of Civil War general and 23rd president Benjamin Harrison on the face. Responding to a call for additional Union troops, Harrison volunteered to raise a brigade – and within a month, had 1,000 men serving as the 70th Indiana Regiment. This note measures a large 7 3⁄8˝ x 3 1⁄8˝. Its size makes a perfect canvas for Harrison’s portrait and the back vignette of Charles Burt’s dynamic engraving Landing of the Pilgrims.
Series 1902 $5 National Bank Notes were issued from 1902-1929, and circulated during World War I and the Great Depression. Now over 80 years old, this obsolete note is a great snapshot of American history. As of 1960, it was estimated that 99.8% of all National Bank Notes issued had been redeemed – leaving less than 1% for today’s collectors. Don’t miss out on this important piece of history... order your note today.
- Product Type: Single Products
- Note Features: Blue Seal
- Note Size: Large
- Year: 1902