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1929 National Currency $5 Philly & $10 NY Brn Seal Notes P2-012

1929 National Currency $5 Philly & $10 NY Brn Seal Notes P2-012

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Here is a lot of two Series 1929 National Currency notes. These have the Brown seal and serial numbers, and are issued by Federal Reserve Banks. Both are encased by PCS Stamps and Coins. The first is the $5 note issued by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, PA with letter C. This grades Fine to Very Fine. Has the traditional portrait of Lincoln in front center. This bill has both horizontal and vertical creases, which affect designs somewhat. No pinholes found. Corners are mostly sharp. The back has the traditional scene of the Lincoln Memorial building. (From the back, this bill looks like our current $5.) Creases affecting designs somewhat. No stains noted on either side of this note. The second is the $10 note issued by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, NY with letter B. This grades Fine to Very Fine. Has the traditional portrait of Hamilton in front center. This bill has both horizontal and vertical creases, which affect designs somewhat. No pinholes found. Corners are slightly blunt. The back has the traditional scene of the U S Treasury building. (From the back, this bill looks like our current $10.) These bills are a type of currency that is seldom seen, since National Currency was soon replaced by the Federal Reserve (Green Seal) Notes. Thanks for looking. Enjoy! P2-012



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