1914 First Lincoln Federal Reserve Note Tribute
By now, just about everyone is accustomed to seeing “Federal Reserve Note” printed top and center of their U.S. paper money. But did you know that before 1913, that wasn’t the case? It was not until The Federal Reserve Act of 1913 was passed that U.S. Federal Reserve Notes were issued. So, when the very first series was issued in 1914, it was a momentous event. The Fed chose the $5 denomination, with Abraham Lincoln in the center portrait oval, to launch the series. On the reverse, vignettes of Columbus sighting land, and the landing of the Pilgrims appeared. This very desirable piece of currency history is highly sought after by collectors, and can cost many hundreds of dollars to acquire. But now you can experience the design of this iconic note in a much more affordable way. Through a revolutionary process, the major design elements of this classic note are transferred to an actual, crisp uncirculated, legal tender U.S. $2 bill, creating a one-of-a-kind collectible sure to become a centerpiece of your collection! Comes with deluxe folio and Certificate of Authenticity. Don’t wait, order yours today!