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United States of America 5 Dollars 2006

Item Code: US-524

Obverse: Abraham Lincoln (February 12, 1809 – April 15, 1865), the 16th President (in office March 4, 1861
 – April 15, 1865) of the United States of America, one of the greatest of all U.S. Presidents, became the first
American president to be assassinated; American Eagle from the Great Seal of the United States. Reverse: Lincoln
Memorial, located on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. (dedicated on May 30, 1922), designed by Architect Henry
Bacon. Watermark: Big and small "5" four times. Signatures: Anna Escobedo Cabral (Treasurer of the United States);
Henry Merritt Paulson, Jr. (Secretary of the Treasury). Predominant colours: Black, green and violet.

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Dimensions: 157 x 66 mm

Code letters for the Federal Reserve Branches:

A1 - Boston, Massachusetts (MA)
B2 - New York, New York (NY)
C3 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (PA)
D4 - Cleveland, Ohio (OH)
E5 - Richmond, Virginia (VA)
F6 - Atlanta, Georgia (GA)
G7 - Chicago, Illinois (IL)
H8 - Saint Louis, MIssouri (MO)
I9 - Minneapolis, MInnesota (MN)
J10 - Kansas City, Missouri (MO)
K11 - Dallas, Texas (TX)
L12 - San Francisco, California (CA)


Texts: Federal Reserve Note. The United States of America. This note is legal tender for all debts, public and
private. Five Dollars. In God We Trust. Federal Reserve System. The Department of the Treasury 1789.

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