Many know large-size Gold Certificates with colorful yellow seals were once redeemable for gold, but did you know America’s early Federal Reserve Notes were too? For a short time, 1914 blue seal FRNs were as “good as gold!”Now you can own two of those beautiful notes, featuring classically designed vignettes and bearing the words <span style="font-variant:small-caps;">redeemable for gold on demand</span> in the obligation on back. The redemption option became obsolete following the 1933 Gold Recall Order. Measuring 7 3⁄8 ̋ x 3 1⁄8 ̋, your distinctive notes depict:
- $20 Federal Reserve Note – a portrait of Grover Cleveland is shown on the face, while a vignette titled Land, Sea and Air (depicting modes of transportation) is on back.
- $50 Federal Reserve Note – Ulysses S. Grant is shown on the face, and a figure representing Panama is shown on the back, between two ships.
- Year: 1914
- Denomination: $20, $50
- Product Type: Sets
- Note Size: Large
- Note Features: Blue Seal