Martha Washington is the first and only woman to grace the primary portrait of U.S. paper currency. The certificates were first printed in 1886, six years after the first legal tender dollar bill featuring Washington was issued, a slightly re-designed Martha also was produced in 1891.
This fantasy foil magnet version of an original One Dollar Silver Certificate has an image of Martha Washington, "payable to bearer on demand, George Washington's Mount Vernon", and a red United States seal on its face. The back has elaborately drawn "1's" in green and silver. The shiny two-sided, full back magnet will keep important papers in place on your refrigerator or file cabinet.
The magnet is 2" x 5".