The establishment of the Federal Reserve System in 1913 led to new types of currency known as Federal Reserve Bank Notes (issuedfrom 1915-1934) and Federal Reserve Notes which continue today. Federal Reserve Bank Notes, also inscribed as national currency were issued by individual Federal Reserve Banks and display the name and location of the bank – providing both local and national interest. These short-lived notes bear two signatures from the issuing bank and two from the U.S. Treasury. Featuring the only large-size designs and distinctive blue seals these highly prized issues can be yours!
- 1918 $5 – Depicts Abraham Lincoln on the face and the landings of Columbus & the Pilgrims on the back.
- 1918 $2 – Portrait of Thomas Jefferson on the face andWWI-era U.S. Navy battleship on the back.
- 1918 $1 – Depicts George Washington on the face and abald eagle with the American flag on the back.
- Year: 1918
- Product Type: Sets
- Note Size: Large
- Note Features: Blue Seal