Enjoy large-size Series 1917 and Series 1923 $1 bills from America’s oldest type of paper money! Introduced more than 150 years ago in 1862 during the Civil War, Legal Tender Notes were the main U.S. currency for over a century – until Federal Reserve Notes gradually replaced them beginning in the 1950s. You’ll receive the last two large-size $1 designs before the size of paper money was dramatically reduced to what we use today.
- 1917 $1 Legal Tender Note – the ornate face with red seal and serial numbers depicts George Washington and the vignette Columbus’ Discovery of Land, while the intricate back bears a famous “sawhorse” motif.
- 1923 $1 Legal Tender Note – this last large-size design with red seal and serial numbers features George Washington on the face and apopular “cogwheel” image on the back.
Get these prized large-size notes in affordable Fine condition and presented in a custom currency wallet for display and protection. Reserve your 2-note set today!
- Year: 1917, 1923
- Denomination: $1
- Material: Paper
- Product Type: Sets
- Note Size: Large