1928 $5 Five Dollars Legal Tender Note Red Seal, VG/VF Condition
The 1928 $5 Five Dollars Legal Tender Note with a red seal and serial number is a windown opening into the rich history of U.S. paper money. This note was the very first five dollars bill issued as small-sized paper money. It showcases the classic design of its era, featuring the portrait of Abraham Lincoln on the front and a depiction of the Lincoln Memorial on the back.
The actual note may have different serial numbers, series's suffixes may vary. This listing is for one randomly selected 1928 Legal Tender Note $5 Five Dollars Bill in Circulated Condition (Might varies from VG to VF). The $5 1928 legal tender note that you acquired from us may have some wear, folded, stains and slight discoloration, but still retain much of their original beauty and historical significance. Please see the picture for reference.
Owning a 1928 $5 Legal Tender Note with a red seal and serial number, even in very good condition, is a valuable addition for beginner collectors. Don't miss out on this opportunity to own a piece of American history!
Grade: Very Good/Very Fine
Type: Legal Tender Note/ United States Note
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