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- One of the very first legal tender notes issued by the United States.
- A well-preserved example housed in an archival quality mylar holder certified by PCGS Currency.
- Face: Features a likeness of "Freedom", the statue atop the dome of the U.S. Capitol, at left. A small portrait of Alexander Hamilton, First Secretary of the Treasury under Washington is at right.
- Back: "Five" over a large "V" to the left and right, with the obligation in the center.
This note is a quality example of early U.S. paper money issues and has been graded Crisp Uncirculated-64 PPQ by PCGS Currency. It has the additional notation of Premium Paper Quality (PPQ), which is elusive on these early notes. Add this classic to your cart today!
Chittenden/Spinner signatures—Friedberg #61a.
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