$5 DOLLAR 1928F RED SEAL OLD United States Legal Tender Note US Bill Paper Money

Here you have a nice looking Red Seal $5 Bill from Series 1928F . This United States Note has a large red seal on the left and has been used in commerce.

1928 was the first year that small sized notes like this were issued by the US government. President Abraham Lincoln is featured on the front, and the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC is on the back. A neat collectible over 80 years old.

Signatures: Georgia Neese Clark and John Snyder Friedburg Catalog No. 1531

During the 1920's:

Henry Ford and mass production allowed one to buy a new Ford for $290 (ah yes, those were the days). The Volstead Act, effective Jan 16, 1920, made the sale of a drink containing as much as one half-ounce of alcohol in the US unlawful. This one act influenced the flavor of the Jazz Age or Roaring Twenties. It was a period of prohibition and intolerance, speakeasies, flappers, gangsters, and crime. Hootch was supplied by Dutch Schultz and Al Capone. (thepastisablast.com)

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