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U.S. Notes, Demand Notes, Bank Notes, and Federal Reserve NotesCreated by: PICRYL - Public Domain Media Search EngineDated: 2017
A United States Note, known as a Legal Tender Note, is a type of paper money that was issued from 1862 to 1971. They were known popularly as "greenbacks" in their heyday, a name inherited from the earlier greenbacks, the Demand Notes, that they replaced in 1862. They were originally issued directly into circulation by the U.S. Treasury to pay expenses incurred by the Union during the American Civil War.
Prior to the American Civil War, state banks also issued their own banknotes and chartered private banks to issue banknotes as well.
Federal Reserve Bank Notes, issued 1915–1934, differ from Federal Reserve Notes in that they are backed by one of the twelve Federal Reserve Banks, rather than by all collectively. The authority of the Federal Reserve Banks to issue notes comes from the Federal Reserve Act of 1913. Legally, they are liabilities of the Federal Reserve Banks and obligations of the United States government. Although not issued by the Treasury Department, Federal Reserve Notes carry the (engraved) signature of the Treasurer of the United States and the United States Secretary of the Treasury.
The Emergency Banking Act of 1933 removed the gold obligation and authorized the Treasury to satisfy these redemption demands with current notes of equal face value (effectively making change). Under the Bretton Woods system, although citizens could not possess gold, the federal government continued to maintain a stable international gold price.
This system ended with the Nixon Shock of 1971. Present-day Federal Reserve Notes are not backed by convertibility to any specific commodity, but only by the collateral assets that Federal Reserve Banks post in order to obtain them.
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Twenty Dollars Note, 1880, Alexander Hamilton, Secretary of the Treasury

Twenty Dollars Note, 1880, Alexander Hamilton, Secretary of the Treasu...

Banknotes of United States Notes, also known as the Legal Tender Notes were printed in the years 1862-1971. Their second unofficial name was "green" (green back).

Five Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1953

Five Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1953

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Ten Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1933

Ten Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1933

Picryl description: Public domain image of banknote, paper money, numismatic catalog, free to use, no copyright restrictions

One Dollar, Silver Certificate, 1928

One Dollar, Silver Certificate, 1928

Picryl description: Public domain image of banknote, paper money, numismatic catalog, free to use, no copyright restrictions

Ten Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1886

Ten Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1886

Money based on the silver standard was introduced after law by Congress in 1878. The Act Bland Allison Act introduced a provision that the Treasurer of the United States is obliged to purchase a certain amount ... More

100,000 Gold Certificate Banknote -Woodrow Wilson

100,000 Gold Certificate Banknote -Woodrow Wilson

Banknotes Gold Certificate has been authorized under the Act in 1863 and went into production two years later in 1865. It is a kind of form of paper money (certificate) confirming that the holder is entitled to... More

Five Hundreds Dollars Gold Coin Certificate Banknote, 1882

Five Hundreds Dollars Gold Coin Certificate Banknote, 1882

Banknotes Gold Certificate has been authorized under the Act in 1863 and went into production two years later in 1865. It is a kind of form of paper money (certificate) confirming that the holder is entitled to... More

Five Dollars Bill, 1996-2006 - Public domain banknote scan

Five Dollars Bill, 1996-2006 - Public domain banknote scan

Federal Reserve Notes are the only type of notes that are currently being produced to this day. The first series of banknotes was established in 1914 pursuant to the Act in 1913 the Federal Reserve System.

Five Dollars 1918 - coin, public domain photograph

Five Dollars 1918 - coin, public domain photograph

Five Dollars 1918 Note Public domain image of a banknote, paper money, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Fifty Dollars Federal Reserve Bank Note 1918

Fifty Dollars Federal Reserve Bank Note 1918

Fifty Dollars Federal Reserve Bank Note 1918 Public domain image of a banknote, paper money, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Five Dollars Federal Reserve Bank Note 1914

Five Dollars Federal Reserve Bank Note 1914

Five Dollars Federal Reserve Bank Note 1914 Public domain image of a banknote, paper money, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Fifty Dollars Gold Certificate 1891

Fifty Dollars Gold Certificate 1891

TREASURY NOTES - YEARS 1890-1891 Under the Treasury Note Act of 14 July 1890

Ten Dollars National Bank Note 1861

Ten Dollars National Bank Note 1861

DEMAND NOTES YEARS 1861-1862. The first paper money dollar issued by the US government that were in wide public circulation were Demand Notes. The money were printed only in the years 1861-1862 in three denom... More

Ten Dollar Bill 1901, Bizon - coin, public domain photograph

Ten Dollar Bill 1901, Bizon - coin, public domain photograph

Banknotes of United States Notes, also known as the Legal Tender Notes were printed in the years 1862-1971. Their second unofficial name was "green" (green back).

One Dollar Bill, 1869 - coin, public domain photograph

One Dollar Bill, 1869 - coin, public domain photograph

Banknotes of United States Notes, also known as the Legal Tender Notes were printed in the years 1862-1971. Their second unofficial name was "green" (green back).

Ten Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1934

Ten Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1934

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One Hundred Gold Certificate Banknote, 1934

One Hundred Gold Certificate Banknote, 1934

Banknotes Gold Certificate has been authorized under the Act in 1863 and went into production two years later in 1865. It is a kind of form of paper money (certificate) confirming that the holder is entitled to... More

One Thousand Gold Certificate Banknote, 1928

One Thousand Gold Certificate Banknote, 1928

Banknotes Gold Certificate has been authorized under the Act in 1863 and went into production two years later in 1865. It is a kind of form of paper money (certificate) confirming that the holder is entitled to... More

Five Dollars Bill, 2004-present

Five Dollars Bill, 2004-present

Federal Reserve Notes are the only type of notes that are currently being produced to this day. The first series of banknotes was established in 1914 pursuant to the Act in 1913 the Federal Reserve System.

Fifty Dollars Bill, 1996-2006 - Public domain banknote scan

Fifty Dollars Bill, 1996-2006 - Public domain banknote scan

Federal Reserve Notes are the only type of notes that are currently being produced to this day. The first series of banknotes was established in 1914 pursuant to the Act in 1913 the Federal Reserve System.

Five Dollars FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES - small size

Five Dollars FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES - small size

Federal Reserve Notes are the only type of notes that are currently being produced to this day. The first series of banknotes was established in 1914 pursuant to the Act in 1913 the Federal Reserve System.

Fifty Dollars Federal Reserve Bank Note 1929

Fifty Dollars Federal Reserve Bank Note 1929

Fifty Dollars Federal Reserve Bank Note 1929 Public domain image of a banknote, paper money, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Ten Dollars Federal Reserve Bank Note 1929

Ten Dollars Federal Reserve Bank Note 1929

Ten Dollars Federal Reserve Bank Note 1929 Public domain image of a banknote, paper money, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Fifty Dollars National Banknote 1909

Fifty Dollars National Banknote 1909

NATIONAL BANK NOTES. YEARS 1863-1938. Before the advent of the single currency approved by the government, private banks printed their own money. The value and the general acceptance of the exchange depended la... More

Ten Thousand Dollars - Salmon Portland Chase

Ten Thousand Dollars - Salmon Portland Chase

Person on the note of $ 10,000 is Salmon Portland Chase - Treasury Secretary during the Civil War and Lincoln's presidency

One Hundred Dollars 1966 - Public domain banknote scan

One Hundred Dollars 1966 - Public domain banknote scan

Banknotes of United States Notes, also known as the Legal Tender Notes were printed in the years 1862-1971. Their second unofficial name was "green" (green back).

Ten Dollars Bill, 1869 - Public domain banknote scan

Ten Dollars Bill, 1869 - Public domain banknote scan

Banknotes of United States Notes, also known as the Legal Tender Notes were printed in the years 1862-1971. Their second unofficial name was "green" (green back).

Twenty Dollars Bill, 1862 - Public domain banknote scan

Twenty Dollars Bill, 1862 - Public domain banknote scan

Banknotes of United States Notes, also known as the Legal Tender Notes were printed in the years 1862-1971. Their second unofficial name was "green" (green back).

Ten Dollars Bill, 1862 - coin, public domain photograph

Ten Dollars Bill, 1862 - coin, public domain photograph

Banknotes of United States Notes, also known as the Legal Tender Notes were printed in the years 1862-1971. Their second unofficial name was "green" (green back).

Ten Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1933

Ten Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1933

Picryl description: Public domain image of banknote, paper money, numismatic catalog, free to use, no copyright restrictions

Two Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1899

Two Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1899

Picryl description: Public domain image of banknote, paper money, numismatic catalog, free to use, no copyright restrictions

Five Dollar, Silver Certificate, 1886

Five Dollar, Silver Certificate, 1886

Money based on the silver standard was introduced after law by Congress in 1878. The Act Bland Allison Act introduced a provision that the Treasurer of the United States is obliged to purchase a certain amount ... More

Five Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1886

Five Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1886

Money based on the silver standard was introduced after law by Congress in 1878. The Act Bland Allison Act introduced a provision that the Treasurer of the United States is obliged to purchase a certain amount ... More

Two Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1886

Two Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1886

Money based on the silver standard was introduced after law by Congress in 1878. The Act Bland Allison Act introduced a provision that the Treasurer of the United States is obliged to purchase a certain amount ... More

Fifty Dollars Gold Certificate Banknote, 1928

Fifty Dollars Gold Certificate Banknote, 1928

Banknotes Gold Certificate has been authorized under the Act in 1863 and went into production two years later in 1865. It is a kind of form of paper money (certificate) confirming that the holder is entitled to... More

One Hundred Dollars Gold Coin Certificate Banknote, 1882

One Hundred Dollars Gold Coin Certificate Banknote, 1882

Banknotes Gold Certificate has been authorized under the Act in 1863 and went into production two years later in 1865. It is a kind of form of paper money (certificate) confirming that the holder is entitled to... More

Fifty Dollars Gold Coin Certificate Banknote, 1882

Fifty Dollars Gold Coin Certificate Banknote, 1882

Banknotes Gold Certificate has been authorized under the Act in 1863 and went into production two years later in 1865. It is a kind of form of paper money (certificate) confirming that the holder is entitled to... More

Five Dollars Note 1934 Hawaii - coin, public domain photograph

Five Dollars Note 1934 Hawaii - coin, public domain photograph

Five Dollars Note 1934 Hawaii Public domain image of a banknote, paper money, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Two Dollars Gold Certificate 1890

Two Dollars Gold Certificate 1890

TREASURY NOTES - YEARS 1890-1891 Under the Treasury Note Act of 14 July 1890

Twenty Dollars National Bank Note 1861

Twenty Dollars National Bank Note 1861

DEMAND NOTES YEARS 1861-1862. The first paper money dollar issued by the US government that were in wide public circulation were Demand Notes. The money were printed only in the years 1861-1862 in three denom... More

One Hundred German Mark. Allied Military Currency, WWII

One Hundred German Mark. Allied Military Currency, WWII

Bureau of Engraving and Printing produced or oversaw the production of special notes (Allied Military Currency) for the US Army stationed in Germany, Austria, Japan, France and Italy during the war and after the war.

Five Dollars 1953 - coin, public domain photograph

Five Dollars 1953 - coin, public domain photograph

Banknotes of United States Notes, also known as the Legal Tender Notes were printed in the years 1862-1971. Their second unofficial name was "green" (green back).

Two Dollars 1953 - coin, public domain photograph

Two Dollars 1953 - coin, public domain photograph

Banknotes of United States Notes, also known as the Legal Tender Notes were printed in the years 1862-1971. Their second unofficial name was "green" (green back).

Five Dollars Bill, 1880 - Public domain banknote scan

Five Dollars Bill, 1880 - Public domain banknote scan

Banknotes of United States Notes, also known as the Legal Tender Notes were printed in the years 1862-1971. Their second unofficial name was "green" (green back).

Two Dollars Bill, 1880 - Public domain banknote scan

Two Dollars Bill, 1880 - Public domain banknote scan

Banknotes of United States Notes, also known as the Legal Tender Notes were printed in the years 1862-1971. Their second unofficial name was "green" (green back).

One Dollar, Silver Certificate, 1957

One Dollar, Silver Certificate, 1957

Picryl description: Public domain image of banknote, paper money, numismatic catalog, free to use, no copyright restrictions

Ten Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1953

Ten Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1953

Picryl description: Public domain image of banknote, paper money, numismatic catalog, free to use, no copyright restrictions

One Silver Dollar, Silver Certificate, 1899

One Silver Dollar, Silver Certificate, 1899

Picryl description: Public domain image of banknote, paper money, numismatic catalog, free to use, no copyright restrictions

Two Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1899

Two Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1899

Picryl description: Public domain image of banknote, paper money, numismatic catalog, free to use, no copyright restrictions

One Dollar, Silver Certificate, 1899

One Dollar, Silver Certificate, 1899

Picryl description: Public domain image of banknote, paper money, numismatic catalog, free to use, no copyright restrictions

Ten Dollars Gold Certificate Banknote, 1928

Ten Dollars Gold Certificate Banknote, 1928

Banknotes Gold Certificate has been authorized under the Act in 1863 and went into production two years later in 1865. It is a kind of form of paper money (certificate) confirming that the holder is entitled to... More

Fifty Dollars Gold Coin Certificate Banknote, 1922

Fifty Dollars Gold Coin Certificate Banknote, 1922

Banknotes Gold Certificate has been authorized under the Act in 1863 and went into production two years later in 1865. It is a kind of form of paper money (certificate) confirming that the holder is entitled to... More

Five Thousand FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES - small size

Five Thousand FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES - small size

Federal Reserve Notes are the only type of notes that are currently being produced to this day. The first series of banknotes was established in 1914 pursuant to the Act in 1913 the Federal Reserve System.

Two Dollars FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES - small size

Two Dollars FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES - small size

Two Dollars FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES - small size Public domain image of a banknote, paper money, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Ten Dollars 1918 - coin, public domain photograph

Ten Dollars 1918 - coin, public domain photograph

Ten Dollars 1918 Note Public domain image of a banknote, paper money, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Fifty Dollars National Banknote 1929

Fifty Dollars National Banknote 1929

NATIONAL BANK NOTES. YEARS 1863-1938. Before the advent of the single currency approved by the government, private banks printed their own money. The value and the general acceptance of the exchange depended la... More

Ten Dollars Gold Coin Note 1909

Ten Dollars Gold Coin Note 1909

NATIONAL BANK NOTES. YEARS 1863-1938. Before the advent of the single currency approved by the government, private banks printed their own money. The value and the general acceptance of the exchange depended la... More

Five Dollars National Bank Note 1878

Five Dollars National Bank Note 1878

NATIONAL BANK NOTES. YEARS 1863-1938. Before the advent of the single currency approved by the government, private banks printed their own money. The value and the general acceptance of the exchange depended la... More

Two Dollars 1928 - coin, public domain photograph

Two Dollars 1928 - coin, public domain photograph

Banknotes of United States Notes, also known as the Legal Tender Notes were printed in the years 1862-1971. Their second unofficial name was "green" (green back).

Five Hundred Dollars, 1880, Joseph King Mansfield

Five Hundred Dollars, 1880, Joseph King Mansfield

Banknotes of United States Notes, also known as the Legal Tender Notes were printed in the years 1862-1971. Their second unofficial name was "green" (green back).

One Dollar Bill, 1862 - Public domain banknote scan

One Dollar Bill, 1862 - Public domain banknote scan

Banknotes of United States Notes, also known as the Legal Tender Notes were printed in the years 1862-1971. Their second unofficial name was "green" (green back).

Ten Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1953

Ten Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1953

Picryl description: Public domain image of banknote, paper money, numismatic catalog, free to use, no copyright restrictions

Five Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1923

Five Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1923

Picryl description: Public domain image of banknote, paper money, numismatic catalog, free to use, no copyright restrictions

Ten Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1886

Ten Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1886

Money based on the silver standard was introduced after law by Congress in 1878. The Act Bland Allison Act introduced a provision that the Treasurer of the United States is obliged to purchase a certain amount ... More

Twenty Dollars Gold Coin Certificate Banknote, 1882

Twenty Dollars Gold Coin Certificate Banknote, 1882

Banknotes Gold Certificate has been authorized under the Act in 1863 and went into production two years later in 1865. It is a kind of form of paper money (certificate) confirming that the holder is entitled to... More

Twenty Dollars Bill, 1996-2006 - A twenty dollar bill with the white house on it

Twenty Dollars Bill, 1996-2006 - A twenty dollar bill with the white h...

Federal Reserve Notes are the only type of notes that are currently being produced to this day. The first series of banknotes was established in 1914 pursuant to the Act in 1913 the Federal Reserve System.

Five Thousand FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES - small size

Five Thousand FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES - small size

Federal Reserve Notes are the only type of notes that are currently being produced to this day. The first series of banknotes was established in 1914 pursuant to the Act in 1913 the Federal Reserve System.

Five Thousand Dollars 1918 - Public domain banknote scan

Five Thousand Dollars 1918 - Public domain banknote scan

Five Thousand Dollars 1918 Public domain image of a banknote, paper money, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Five Dollars Federal Reserve Bank Note 1918

Five Dollars Federal Reserve Bank Note 1918

Five Dollars Federal Reserve Bank Note 1914 Public domain image of a banknote, paper money, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Twenty Dollars Federal Reserve Bank Note 1914

Twenty Dollars Federal Reserve Bank Note 1914

Twenty Dollars Federal Reserve Bank Note 1914 Public domain image of a banknote, paper money, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Twenty Dollars Federal Reserve Bank Note 1914

Twenty Dollars Federal Reserve Bank Note 1914

Twenty Dollars Federal Reserve Bank Note 1914 Public domain image of a banknote, paper money, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Ten Dollars Federal Reserve Bank Note 1914

Ten Dollars Federal Reserve Bank Note 1914

Ten Dollars Federal Reserve Bank Note 1914 Public domain image of a banknote, paper money, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Ten Dollars Gold Certificate 1891

Ten Dollars Gold Certificate 1891

TREASURY NOTES - YEARS 1890-1891 Under the Treasury Note Act of 14 July 1890

Ten Dollars Gold Certificate 1891

Ten Dollars Gold Certificate 1891

TREASURY NOTES - YEARS 1890-1891 Under the Treasury Note Act of 14 July 1890

Fifty Dollars National Banknote 1929

Fifty Dollars National Banknote 1929

NATIONAL BANK NOTES. YEARS 1863-1938. Before the advent of the single currency approved by the government, private banks printed their own money. The value and the general acceptance of the exchange depended la... More

Five Dollars 1953 - coin, public domain photograph

Five Dollars 1953 - coin, public domain photograph

Banknotes of United States Notes, also known as the Legal Tender Notes were printed in the years 1862-1971. Their second unofficial name was "green" (green back).

Five Dollars 1928 - coin, public domain photograph

Five Dollars 1928 - coin, public domain photograph

Banknotes of United States Notes, also known as the Legal Tender Notes were printed in the years 1862-1971. Their second unofficial name was "green" (green back).

Ten Dollars 1923 - coin, public domain photograph

Ten Dollars 1923 - coin, public domain photograph

Banknotes of United States Notes, also known as the Legal Tender Notes were printed in the years 1862-1971. Their second unofficial name was "green" (green back).

Five Hundred Dollars, 1880 - coin, public domain photograph

Five Hundred Dollars, 1880 - coin, public domain photograph

Banknotes of United States Notes, also known as the Legal Tender Notes were printed in the years 1862-1971. Their second unofficial name was "green" (green back).

Five Dollars Bill, 1862 - Public domain banknote scan

Five Dollars Bill, 1862 - Public domain banknote scan

Banknotes of United States Notes, also known as the Legal Tender Notes were printed in the years 1862-1971. Their second unofficial name was "green" (green back).

One Dollar, Silver Certificate, 1934

One Dollar, Silver Certificate, 1934

Picryl description: Public domain image of banknote, paper money, numismatic catalog, free to use, no copyright restrictions

One Dollar, Silver Certificate, 1923

One Dollar, Silver Certificate, 1923

Picryl description: Public domain image of banknote, paper money, numismatic catalog, free to use, no copyright restrictions

Five Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1896

Five Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1896

Picryl description: Public domain image of banknote, paper money, numismatic catalog, free to use, no copyright restrictions

Two Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1886

Two Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1886

Money based on the silver standard was introduced after law by Congress in 1878. The Act Bland Allison Act introduced a provision that the Treasurer of the United States is obliged to purchase a certain amount ... More

One Dollar, Silver Certificate, 1886

One Dollar, Silver Certificate, 1886

Money based on the silver standard was introduced after law by Congress in 1878. The Act Bland Allison Act introduced a provision that the Treasurer of the United States is obliged to purchase a certain amount ... More

Ten Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1878

Ten Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1878

Money based on the silver standard was introduced after law by Congress in 1878. The Act Bland Allison Act introduced a provision that the Treasurer of the United States is obliged to purchase a certain amount ... More

One Hundred Gold Certificate Banknote, 1928

One Hundred Gold Certificate Banknote, 1928

Banknotes Gold Certificate has been authorized under the Act in 1863 and went into production two years later in 1865. It is a kind of form of paper money (certificate) confirming that the holder is entitled to... More

Twwenty Dollars Bill, 1996-2006

Twwenty Dollars Bill, 1996-2006

Federal Reserve Notes are the only type of notes that are currently being produced to this day. The first series of banknotes was established in 1914 pursuant to the Act in 1913 the Federal Reserve System.

Ten Dollars National Banknote 1929

Ten Dollars National Banknote 1929

NATIONAL BANK NOTES. YEARS 1863-1938. Before the advent of the single currency approved by the government, private banks printed their own money. The value and the general acceptance of the exchange depended la... More

Five Dollars National Bank Note 1861

Five Dollars National Bank Note 1861

DEMAND NOTES YEARS 1861-1862. The first paper money dollar issued by the US government that were in wide public circulation were Demand Notes. The money were printed only in the years 1861-1862 in three denom... More

Ten Dollars, 1880, Daniel Webster Congressman and Senator, and Secretary of State

Ten Dollars, 1880, Daniel Webster Congressman and Senator, and Secreta...

Banknotes of United States Notes, also known as the Legal Tender Notes were printed in the years 1862-1971. Their second unofficial name was "green" (green back).

Five Dollars Bill, 1869 - Public domain banknote scan

Five Dollars Bill, 1869 - Public domain banknote scan

Banknotes of United States Notes, also known as the Legal Tender Notes were printed in the years 1862-1971. Their second unofficial name was "green" (green back).

Five Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1892

Five Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1892

Picryl description: Public domain image of banknote, money, numismatic catalog page, free to use, no copyright restrictions

Two Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1899

Two Dollars, Silver Certificate, 1899

Picryl description: Public domain image of banknote, paper money, numismatic catalog, free to use, no copyright restrictions

One Hundred Dollars Gold Coin Certificate Banknote, 1922

One Hundred Dollars Gold Coin Certificate Banknote, 1922

Banknotes Gold Certificate has been authorized under the Act in 1863 and went into production two years later in 1865. It is a kind of form of paper money (certificate) confirming that the holder is entitled to... More

One Thousand FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES - small size

One Thousand FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES - small size

Federal Reserve Notes are the only type of notes that are currently being produced to this day. The first series of banknotes was established in 1914 pursuant to the Act in 1913 the Federal Reserve System.

Five Hundred FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES - small size

Five Hundred FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES - small size

Federal Reserve Notes are the only type of notes that are currently being produced to this day. The first series of banknotes was established in 1914 pursuant to the Act in 1913 the Federal Reserve System.

Fifty Dollars FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES - small size

Fifty Dollars FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES - small size

Federal Reserve Notes are the only type of notes that are currently being produced to this day. The first series of banknotes was established in 1914 pursuant to the Act in 1913 the Federal Reserve System.

Fifty Dollars 1918 - Public domain banknote scan

Fifty Dollars 1918 - Public domain banknote scan

Fifty Dollars 1918 Note Public domain image of a banknote, paper money, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

One Dollars Treasury Certificate 1935

One Dollars Treasury Certificate 1935

One Dollars Treasury Certificate 1935 Public domain image of a banknote, paper money, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

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