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US-Fractional (2nd Issue)-$0.05-Fr.1232

US-Fractional (2nd Issue)-$0.05-Fr.1232

Fractional Currency was introduced by the United States Federal Government following the Civil War. These notes were in use between 21 August 1862 and 15 February 1876, and could be redeemed by the U.S. Postal... More

US-Fractional (1st Issue)-$0.05-Fr.1231

US-Fractional (1st Issue)-$0.05-Fr.1231

Fractional Currency was introduced by the United States Federal Government following the Civil War. These notes were in use between 21 August 1862 and 15 February 1876, and could be redeemed by the U.S. Postal... More

US-Fractional (3rd Issue)-$0.05-Fr.1238

US-Fractional (3rd Issue)-$0.05-Fr.1238

Spencer M. Clark, Supervisor of the Currency Bureau placed his own likeness on the five-cent U.S. Fractional currency note leading directly to legislation prohibiting the depiction of any living person on U.S.... More

Spencer-clark - Public domain banknote scan

Spencer-clark - Public domain banknote scan

Obverse of third series Fractional Currency note of 1864 Public domain image of a banknote, paper money, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

US-Fractional (1st Issue)-$0.05-Fr.1230

US-Fractional (1st Issue)-$0.05-Fr.1230

Fractional Currency was introduced by the United States Federal Government following the Civil War. These notes were in use between 21 August 1862 and 15 February 1876, and could be redeemed by the U.S. Postal ... More

US-Fractional (3rd Issue)-$0.05-Fr.1236

US-Fractional (3rd Issue)-$0.05-Fr.1236

Fractional Currency was introduced by the United States Federal Government following the Civil War. These notes were in use between 21 August 1862 and 15 February 1876, and could be redeemed by the U.S. Postal ... More

US Postal Currency 5 cent 1862 1863

US Postal Currency 5 cent 1862 1863

Five-cent US Postal Currency, first issue, featuring Thomas Jefferson. Gold, silver and copper coins were horded at the start of the Civil War and postages stamps became a popular form of currency; however th... More

5cb-big - Public domain banknote scan

5cb-big - Public domain banknote scan

U.S. 5 cent note. Image retrieved 10/15/2006 from: http://www.moneyfactory.gov/uploads/5cb-big.jpg

5cf-big - Public domain banknote scan

5cf-big - Public domain banknote scan

5 cent U.S. Note. Image retrieved 10/15/2006 from http://www.moneyfactory.gov/uploads/5cf-big.jpg