1891 Silver Dollar Certificate Antique Note
This silver dollar, also known as a silver certificate, features a portrait of Martha Washington on the obverse, the first woman to hold the position of First Lady of the United States. This series of $1 silver certificates was introduced in 1886. Martha remained on the notes through the 1891 redesign and the 1896 Educational design collection, though her effigy was moved to the reverse on the latter notes. Also on the obverse, a scalloped US Treasury seal printed in red ink.
The reverse face comes with notations of the nation of issue, the series name, and the denomination of the note, all in green ink.
Size is approximately 7 ½” x 3 ¼” (19 cm x 8 cm). Housed in an archival quality currency sleeve. Fold marks.
This is an original note, not a reproduction. Antique money is NON-RETURNABLE.