Three “Red Seal” 1963 USA $5 Notes (040120a)
What is a Red Seal Note?
Red Seal Notes are United States Currency known as either United States Notes or Legal Tender Notes. Legal Tender Notes are the longest lived of all U.S. Currency, first authorized in the Act of Congress of May 3, 1878 and issued through 1971. Large-size Legal Tender Notes were issued only through 1929, after which the currency changed to the smaller “modern size” notes still used today. All Small-size Legal Tender Notes have red seals, and therefore they are referred to as Red Seal Notes or Red Seal Bills. Red Seal Notes have been issued in $1, $2, $5, and $100 denominations. The Mint also printed but did not issue $10 and $20 denominations.
- Three – 1963 Series $5.00 USA Currency “Red Seal Notes”
- Average “circulated condition”
This offering will include the three notes, a glass topped display box, and a display stand.
- Price is $35.00