1899 $1 "Black Eagle" Silver Certificate Tribute

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     Up until 1964, U.S. currency could actually be exchanged for real silver. That’s why the paper notes were called “Silver Certificates,” and why this famous issue says “One Silver Dollar Payable to the Bearer on Demand” right on its face. But these bills, dating back to 1899, were also famous for their artistically beautiful design – a bald eagle, wings fully spread, occupies the center of the design. Beneath his sheltering wings are portraits of Civil War leaders Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant. These classic, large size silver certificates are becoming more and more difficult to find as the years go by – and more expensive to acquire as well. Now, through a revolutionary process, the major design elements of this classic note have been transferred to fresh, crisp, uncirculated genuine legal tender U.S. currency, creating a one-of-a-kind collectible sure to become a highlight of your collection! Comes with a deluxe folio and Certificate of Authenticity. Don’t delay, order today!

Actual size is 6.14” x 2.61”

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