1891 $1 Treasury Note


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Collectors love America's older large-size notes, like this Series 1891 $1 Treasury Note! Created to purchase silver bullion from silver producers at inflated prices, it's also known as a "Coin Note." It could be redeemed in gold or silver at the Treasury's discretion. Edwin M. Stanton, secretary of war under Lincoln, appears on the face. The back features an ornate design. Red seal and serial numbers. Tillman-Morgan signatures. Add this old-time note to your collection today!