As of 2021, the United States Note Series remains the longest-running form of paper money in United States history. The United States Note, also known as the Legal Tender Note, was introduced in 1862 and printed through 1971. The notes were available from 1862 to 1928 in a large-size format that most Americans alive in the 21st century may not have seen in circulation. Right now, 1907 $5 Legal Tender Notes in Very Fine condition are available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Arrives inside of an individual plastic sleeve!
- Final design of the Legal Tender Note large-sized series!
- Popular wood-chopper design!
- Very Fine condition!
- Bears a face value of $5 (USD) from the federal government.
- The obverse features President Andrew Jackson with a frontier family.
- On the reverse is the denomination of the bill.
- Please keep in mind you could get notes with matching conditions if you buy more than one.
Each of the 1907 $5 Legal Tender Notes available in this product listing come in Very Fine condition. Notes in this condition have modest signs of circulation use, such as light-to-mild soiling. You may also notice numerous fold lines, but the notes have no major detractions present. The notes are individually packaged inside of plastic sleeves for shipping.
The $5 Legal Tender Note was issued in its history as a large-sized with five total series available. The last of these note collections was the 1907 release. However, 1907 doesnt mean that the notes were printed and distributed in 1907. The 1907 design set was released through 1928, right up until the moment when the small-sized notes replaced the historic format for the notes.
The obverse side of 1907 $5 Legal Tender Notes comes with a depiction of President Andrew Jackson. A celebrated military hero of the War of 1812, Jackson would go on to serve as the last President of the United States to preside over the nation with no national debt. The design field features a central vignette that became known as the woodchopper to collectors. It depicts a frontier family with a husband clutching an axe as the mother sits nearby holding a young baby.
On the reverse field of the 1907 Legal Tender Note are designs that represent the denomination of the bill. In this case, the nation of issue is noted at the center of the bill with the face value denoted in the corners in both Arabic numerals and Roman numerals. The upper corners have the Arabic numeral 5, while the lower corners have the Roman numeral V.
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