|Back to search results|
Photo contributed by #M#.
|Grace your collection or simply secure an investment with the 1907 United States Notes. On the obverse side, these United States Notes have the image of Andrew Jackson, along with the Pioneer Family and a Red Treasury seal. And on the reverse side of these five dollar bills is an ornamental design. Issued by the United States Treasury, these United States Notes are considered as the cornerstones of the American monetary system. These five dollar bills have the signatures of William Tecumseh Vernon and Charles H. Treat. All in all, the 1907 United States Notes are an important piece of history in your treasured collection.|
|Category||Large Size Currency|
|Issuer Type||United States Notes|
|Face Description||The Pioneer at center, Andrew Jackson at lower left. Red serial numbers. Ornamental "V" at left.|
Valuations provide are in US dollars. A dash "-" indicates a valuation does not exist or the money does not exist within the specified condition.
A star note is a United States bank note that has an asterisk (*), or star, either at the prefix or suffix of the serial number instead of a letter.
"All data and information is provided from informational purpose only and on as-is basis. Because subtle differences in grade and market demand affect price, no guarantee is made that your item will sell for a specific price. Signatures may vary from stock photos."
FR# [TM] is a mark of and in this instance is the copyrighted numbering system that appears in "Paper Money of the United States" (18th ed.(c) 2006 by Arthur L. Friedberg and Ira S. Friedberg, all rights reserved. Used by permission and under license from "The Coin & Currency Institute.")
Numismatic specification data and valuation estimates provided by Krause Publications' NumisMaster