This series 1929 $5 FRBN was printed for the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland as an emergency measure used during the Great Depression to get more currency into circulation that was backed by government bonds.
- Five Dollar denomination of National Currency or Federal Reserve Bank Note.
- Each note comes housed in an archival quality currency sleeve.
- Graded Very Fine.
- Face: Features a portrait of Abraham Lincoln.
- Back: Displays an engraving of the Lincoln Memorial.
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Jones/Woods signatures—Friedberg #1850-D.
Federal Reserve Bank Notes are a great part of history that can enhance any U.S. paper money collection and distinguished by their brown seal and serial numbers. These Brown Seal issues were an emergency measure used during the Great Depression as a means of getting more currency into circulation that was backed by government bonds.
Although over 1.5 million of these were printed for the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, this is a much more elusive issue than their contemporary Green Seal (FRN) counterparts that were issued for the Cleveland district.