1891 $1 Treasury Note, Good/Very Good


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Over 100 years ago, when the Treasury Department purchased a dollar's worth of silver bullion, they gave the seller this $1 large-size note (also known as a Coin Note) that was redeemable for silver or gold coins at the Treasurer's discretion. It shows Lincoln's Secretary of War, Edwin Stanton on the face, and the ornate back has the obligation at the center. Today fewer than 2,600 notes survive for collectors and our supply is limited. Sure to highlight any collection, this makes an impressive gift!