Here`s your chance to own a "Funnyback"! Every collection should include at least one "Funnyback" $1 Silver Certificate. Issued for just over 1 year, from February 1932 to March 1933, this $1 note was among the first small-size Silver Certificates. Although its face displays the sought-after blue seal marking it as a Silver Certificate, the back is what makes it so popular! The light green border and large, green ornamental ONE do not match the contemporary black-and-white face, leading to its nickname "Funnyback." Still considered legal tender though no longer payable in silver, this note is in great demand for its historical significance and unique design. With blue seal and serial numbers. Woods-Mills signatures. Don`t miss out; add it to your collection today!