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United States of America 1 Dollar 1935-F Silver Certificate (U98506022I)

United States of America 1 Dollar 1935-F Silver Certificate (U98506022I)
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1 Dollar 1935 Silver Certificate (Obverse: Portrait of George Washington (February 22, 1732 – December 14, 1799), the First President of the United States of America, painted by Gilbert Stuart. Reverse: The Great Seal of the United States featuring the all-seeing Eye of Providence (a.k.a. all-seeing eye of Ra, an ancient Egyptian symbol for divinity), an American eagle and a pyramid, which symbolizes the United States. Watermark: None. Signatures: Ivy Baker Priest (Treasurer of the United States, January 28, 1953 – January 29, 1961); Robert B. Anderson (Secretary of the Treasury, July 29, 1957 – January 20, 1961). Main colors: Black, green and blue. Security features: Running serial numbers in blue on the front of the banknote. Colorful filament fibers (hairs) throughout the paper of the banknote. Issuer: United States Treasury. Date of Issue: 1935. Series: 1935 F. Legal tender: Yes. Material: Cotton and linen blend. Work by: Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Charles Thomson, Francis Hopkinson, Pierre Eugene du Simitiere, William Barton, Gilbert Stuart and the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Engraved by: Thomas Hipschen, Bureau of Engraving and Printing) (Series F) (Serial # U98506022I)

Dimensions: 157 x 66 mm

Catalogue Number: P-416D2f (Albert Pick; Krause)

Texts: Silver Certificate. This Certifies that there is on deposit in the Treasury of the United States of America One Dollar in Silver Payable to the Bearer on demand. Washington, D.C. This Certificate is Legal Tender for all debts, public and private. Annuit Coeptis (Favor Our Undertakings). MDCCLXXVI. Novus Ordo Seclorum (A new order of the ages). E pluribus unum (Out of many, one). The Great Seal of the United States.