All small-size $1 Federal Reserve Notes bear facsimile signatures of the secretary of the Treasury and treasurer of the United States. But the bottom note of these Choice Crisp 4-note sheets is also hand signed by U.S. Treasurer Mary Ellen Withrow above her printed signature! These “courtesy autographs” by the department’s secretary or treasurer, usually applied at numismatic conventions, have been a tradition since the 1950s and are prized by collectors!
As the 40th U.S. Treasurer from 1994-2001, Mary Ellen Withrow had direct responsibility for coin and paper money production. She introduced the popular Statehood quarter program and Sacagawea “Golden dollars” and oversaw the major redesign of U.S. $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100 Federal Reserve Notes that introduced the extra-large central portraits. Order this premium-quality sheet bearing a desirable U.S. Treasurer’s hand signature today!
- Year: 1993
- Denomination: $1
- Note Size: Small
- Note Features: Green Seal