One of the most interesting of the large size type notes are the 1914 $5 Federal Reserve Notes with Abraham Lincoln’s portrait. Enjoy, Jeff http://www.treasuredstocks.com/ 10.jpg
One of the most interesting of the large size type notes are the Treasury or Coin Notes issued in 1890 and 1891. The were redeemable in silver or gold coin. A portrait of Edwin M. Stanton, Abraham Lincoln’s secretary of war, appears on this $1 denomination. Enjoy, Jeff http://www.treasuredstocks.com/ 10.jpg
Sten-faced portrait of William Meredith was used on all the Fifth Issue 10 cent notes. Meredith was the 19th United States Treasury Secretary nominated by President Zachary Taylor. http://www.treasuredstocks.com/ 10.jpg
Third party Grading is something that I have not much experience with, since I have spent about a year casually, in the hobby I have gained some impressions through my interactions and experiences and through my reading.
First, I feel that I am more of a hobbyist than an investor, an investor has as his primary motivation for holding coins is to increase or preserve his money. He may appreciate the beauty of a coin, but he does not buy a coin because of its beauty but because he thinks,
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$1 Silver Certificate Educational Note with aesthetic appeal. The first of the famous Educational Notes entitled “History Instructing Youth”. With the reverse of Martha and George Washington. Enjoy, Jeff http://www.treasuredstocks.com/curre...tificates.html http://www.treasuredstocks.com/ 10.jpg