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After the 1893 and 1907 financial panics, the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 was passed. The Act created the Federal Reserve System as the nation's central bank to regulate the flow of money and credit for economic stability and growth. The system was authorized to issue Federal Reserve Notes, Now the only U.S. currency produced.

Obligation- "This note is legal tender for all debts, public and private, and is redeemable in lawfull money at the United States Treasury, or at any federal reserve bank"

Federal Reserve Notes are 'Fiat Currency', which means that the government is not obligated to give the holder of a note gold, silver, or any specific tangible commodity in exchange for the note.

A list of FRN 'sub-collections':

  • my Federal Reserve Note collection of Web-Press notes, click here.
  • For a look at what i have assembeled for district sets, click here.
  • my small collection of Ladders, Radars and notes with low serials, click here.
  • a collection of 1995 Fort Worth 295 errors, click here.

Here is a 5 dollar note series 1914, Chicago District. The note is green, with a blue seal and blue serial number. The obverse features the 16th US President, Abraham Lincoln, who announced all slaves were free men, inciting a civil war. The left side of the reverse depicts Christopher Columbus sighting land when he discovered America, and the right side depicts the Pilgrims landing ashore when they arrived from England.

  • Friedberg #: 871A
  • Signatures: White / Mellon
5 dollar 1914-G Cat L-5-1 obverse FR-871A 5 dollar 1914-G Cat L-5-1 reverse FR-871A
Obverse

Reverse

This is a 10 dollar banknote from series 1914, New York District. The note is green, with a blue seal and blue serial number. The obverse features Andrew Jackson, the 7th President of the US. The left side of the reverse depicts farming, while the right side depicts industry.

  • Friedberg #: 911B
  • Signatures: White / Mellon
10 dollar 1914-B Cat L-10-1 obverse FR-911B 10 dollar 1914-B Cat L-10-1 reverse FR-911B
Obverse Reverse

Here is a banknote from the 1963 series, Boston District. The note is green, with a green seal and green serial number. The obverse features George Washington, the 1st president of the US. The reverse is a design based on Masonic beliefs. The left shows the Temple with the all seeing eye above. The right side of the reverse depicts 'The Great Seal of the United States'.

  • Friedberg #: 1900-A
  • Signatures: Granahan / Dillon
Federal Reserve Note 1 dollar 1963-A obverse FR-1900-A Federal Reserve Note 1 dollar 1963-A reverse FR-1900-A
Obverse Reverse

Here is a banknote from the 1963-A series, Boston District, valued at 1 dollar. The note is green, with a green seal and green serial number. The obverse features George Washington, the 1st president of the US. The reverse is a design based on Masonic beliefs. The left shows the Temple with the all seeing eye above. The right side of the reverse depicts 'The Great Seal of the United States'.

  • Friedberg #: 1901-A
  • Signatures: Granahan / Fowler
Federal Reserve Note 1 dollar 1963A-A obverse FR-1901-A Federal Reserve Note 1 dollar 1963A-A reverse FR-1901-A
Obverse Reverse

Here is a banknote from the 1969D series, Chicago District, valued at 1 dollar. The note is green, with a green seal and green serial number. The obverse features George Washington, the 1st president of the US. The reverse is a design based on Masonic beliefs. The left shows the Temple with the all seeing eye above. The right side of the reverse depicts 'The Great Seal of the United States'.

  • Friedberg #: 1907-G
  • Signatures: Banuelos / Shultz
1 dollar 1969D-G cat M-1-60 obverse FR-1907-G 1 dollar 1969D-G cat M-1-60 reverse FR-1907-G
Obverse Reverse

This is a series 1985 1 dollar note, Cleveland District. The note is green, with a green seal and green serial number. The obverse features George Washington, the 1st president of the US. The reverse is a design based on Masonic beliefs. The left shows the Temple with the all seeing eye above. The right side of the reverse depicts 'The Great Seal of the United States'.

  • Friedberg #: 1913-D
  • Signatures: Ortega / Baker III
1 dollar 1985-D obverse FR-1913-D 1 dollar 1985-D reverse FR-1913-D
Obverse Reverse

Here is a series 2003A, Dallas District, 1 dollar note. The note is green, with a green seal and green serial number. The obverse features George Washington, the 1st president of the US. The reverse is a design based on Masonic beliefs. The left shows the Temple with the all seeing eye above. The right side of the reverse depicts 'The Great Seal of the United States'.

  • Friedberg #: 1931-K*
  • Signatures: Cabral / Snow
1 dollar 2003A-K Cat M-1-61 obverse FR-1931-K* 1 dollar 2003A-K Cat M-1-61 obverse FR-1931-K*
Obverse Reverse

Here is a 1 dollar note dated 2006 from the New York district. The note is green, with a green seal and green serial number. The obverse features George Washington, the 1st president of the US. The reverse is a design based on Masonic beliefs. The left shows the Temple with the all seeing eye above. The right side of the reverse depicts 'The Great Seal of the United States'.

  • Friedberg #:
  • Signatures: Cabral / Paulson
1 Dollar 2006-B obverse FR- 1 Dollar 2006-B reverse FR-
Obverse Reverse

This note is a 2 dollar note from series 1976, New York District. The note is green with a green seal and green serial number. The obverse features Thomas Jefferson, who was the principle author of the Decleration of Independance, and was responsible for the Louisiana purchase. The reverse depicts the signing of the Decleration of Independance.

  • Friedberg #: 1935-B
  • Signatures: Neff / Simon
2 dollar 1976-B cat M-2-59 obverse FR-1935-B 2 dollar 1976-B cat M-2-59 reverse FR-1935-B
Obverse Reverse

This note is a 2 dollar star note from series 1976, San Francisco District. Star notes are replacement notes when a note is damaged during the printing process. The note is green with a green seal and green serial number. The obverse features Thomas Jefferson, who was the principle author of the Decleration of Independance, and was responsible for the Louisiana purchase. The reverse depicts the signing of the Decleration of Independance.

  • Friedberg #: 1935-L*
  • Signatures: Neff / Simon
2 Dollar 1976-L* obverse FR-1935L* 2 Dollar 1976-L* reverse FR-1935L*
Obverse Reverse

Here is a series 1934 5 Dollar star note. The note is green with a vivid light green seal and a light green serial. The obverse features the 16th US President, Abraham Lincoln, who announced all slaves were free men, inciting a civil war. The reverse depicts the Lincoln Memorial, located on the National Mall in Washington DC.

  • Friedberg #: 1955-H*
  • Signatures: Julian / Morgenthau Jr.
Federal Reserve Note 5 Dollar 1934 obverse FR-1955-H* Federal Reserve Note 5 Dollar 1934 reverse FR-1955-H*
Obverse Reverse

This banknote is a series 1950A, Chicago District, 5 dollar note. The note is green with a green seal and green serial number.The obverse features Abraham Lincoln, whose assassination in 1865 was the first presidential assassination in U.S. history and made him a martyr for the ideal of national unity. The reverse depicts the Lincoln Memorial, located on the National Mall in Washington DC.

  • Friedberg #: F-1962-G
  • Signatures: Priest / Humphrey
5 dollar 1950A-G obverse F-1962-G 5 dollar 1950A-G reverse F-1962-G
Obverse Reverse

This 1950B series note is valued at 5 dollars and is from the Boston district.

  • Friedberg #: 1963-A*
  • Signatures: Priest / Anderson
Federal Reserve Note 5 dollar 1950B-A obverse FR-1963-A* Federal Reserve Note 5 dollar 1950B-A reverse FR-1963-A*
Obverse Reverse

Here is a Federal Reserve Note 5 dollar note from series 1977, and is from the Cleveland district.

  • Friedberg #: 1974-A
  • Signatures: Morton / Blumenthal
Federal Reserve Note 5 dollar 1977-D obverse FR-1974-A Federal Reserve Note 5 dollar 1977-D reverse FR-1974-A
Obverse Reverse

This Federal Reserve 5 dollar note is from the 1995 series, is from the Chicago district, and was printed at the Fort Worth facility.

  • Friedberg #: 1985-G
  • Signatures: Withrow / Rubin
Federal Reserve Note 5 dollar 1995-G FW obverse FR-1985-G Federal Reserve Note 5 dollar 1995-G FW reverse FR-1985-G
Obverse Reverse

Here is a 1999 Fort Worth series, from Chicago valued at 5 dollars.

  • Friedberg #: 1987-G*
  • Signatures: Withrow / Summers
Federal Reserve Note 5 dollar 1999-G FW obverse FR-1987-G* Federal Reserve Note 5 dollar 1999-G FW reverse FR-1987-G*
Obverse Reverse

Here is a pair of 5 dollar notes. Printed at the Forth Wort facility, and from the San Francisco district, they carry the 2001 series date.

  • Friedberg #: 1988-L* (2 Consecutive)
  • Signatures: Marin / O'Neill
Federal Reserve Note 5 dollar 2001-L FW 1of2 obverse FR-1988-L* Federal Reserve Note 5 dollar 2001-L FW 1of2 reverse FR-1988-L*
Federal Reserve Note 5 dollar 2001-L FW 2of2 obverse FR-1988-L* Federal Reserve Note 5 dollar 2001-L FW 2of2 reverse FR-1988-L*
Obverse Reverse

This Federal Reserve Note is valued at 5 dollar. The ntoe was printed at the Fort Worth facility, carries the series date of 2003, and is from the San Francisco district.

  • Friedberg #: 1990-L*
  • Signatures: Marin / Snow
Federal Reserve Note 5 dollar 2003-L FW obverse FR-1990-L* Federal Reserve Note 5 dollar 2003-L FW reverse FR-1990-L*
Obverse Reverse

Here is a note with the 1928B series date valued at 10 dollars issued at the Boston district. This note is the 'Light Green' variety.

  • Friedberg #: 2002-A
  • Signatures: Woods / Mellon
Federal Reserve Note 10 dollar 1928B-A Light Green obverse FR-2002-A Federal Reserve Note 10 dollar 1928B-A Light Green reverse FR-2002-A
Obverse Reverse

This 1934 10 dollar note is from the Philidelphia district, and is the 'Light Green' variety.

  • Friedberg #: 2004-C
  • Signatures: Julian / Morgenthau Jr.
Federal Reserve Note 10 dollar 1934-C Light Green obverse FR-2004-C Federal Reserve Note 10 dollar 1934-C Light Green reverse FR-2004-C
Obverse Reverse

Here is a 10 dollar note with the 1934A series date. The note is from the Philidelphia district.

  • Friedberg #: 2006-C*
  • Signatures: Julian / Morgenthau Jr.
Federal Reserve Note 10 dollar 1934A-C obverse FR-2006-C* Federal Reserve Note 10 dollar 1934A-C reverse FR-2006-C*
Obverse Reverse

Here is a 1934B series 10 Dollar star note.The note is green, with a green seal and green serial number. The obverse features Alexander Hamilton, who, in a highly publicized deul with Vice President Aaron Burr, died July 12, 1804. The reverse shows the US Treasury building.

  • Friedberg #: 2007-G*
  • Signatures: Julian / Vinson
Federal Reserve Note 10 Dollar 1934B obverse FR-2007-G* Federal Reserve Note 10 Dollar 1934B reverse FR-2007-G*

Obverse

Reverse

Here is a 10 dollar star note from the 1934C series New York District. The note is green with a green seal and green serial number. The obverse features Alexander Hamilton, the first United States Secretary of the Treasury. The reverse depicts the United States Treasury building.

  • Friedberg #: 2008-B*
  • Signatures: Julian / Snyder

This note was donated by Rickie.

10 dollar 1934C-B obverse FR-2008-B* 10 dollar 1934C-B obverse FR-2008-B*

Obverse

Reverse

This is a series 1950, Philidelphia District, 10 dollar note. The note is green with a green seal and green serial number. The obverse features Alexander Hamilton, who, in a highly publicized deul with Vice President Aaron Burr, died July 12, 1804. The reverse shows the US Treasury building.

  • Friedberg #: F-2010-C
  • Signatures: Clark / Snyder
10 dollar 1950-C obverse FR-2010-C 10 dollar 1950-C reverse FR-2010-C
Obverse Reverse

Here is a series 1950A, Richmond District, 10 dollar note. The note is green with a green seal and green serial number. The obverse features Alexander Hamilton. The reverse shows the US Treasury building.

  • Friedberg #: F-2011-C
  • Signatures: Priest / Humphrey
10 dollar 1950A-E obverse FR-2011-C 10 dollar 1950A-E reverse FR-2011-C
Obverse Reverse

This is a series 1950B, Chicago District, 10 dollar note. The note is green with a green seal and green serial number. The obverse features Alexander Hamilton. The reverse shows the US Treasury building.

  • Friedberg #: F-2012-G
  • Signatures: Priest / Anderson
10 dollar 1950B-G obverse FR-2012-G 10 dollar 1950B-G reverse FR-2012-G
Obverse Reverse

Here is a 10 dollar note from series 1950C, Richmond District. The note is green with a green seal and green serial number. The obverse features Alexander Hamilton. The reverse shows the US Treasury building.

  • Friedberg #: F-2013-E
  • Signatures: Smith / Dillon
10 dollar 1950C-E obverse FR-2013-E 10 dollar 1950C-E reverse FR-2013-E
Obverse Reverse

Here is a Federal Reserve 10 dollar note from the Philidelphia district with the1963A series date.

  • Friedberg #: 2017-C
  • Signatures: Granahan / Fowler
Federal Reserve Note 10 dollar 1963A-C obverse FR-2017-C Federal Reserve Note 10 dollar 1963A-C reverse FR-2017-C
Obverse Reverse

Here is a Federal Reserve Note from the 1969 series valued at 10 dollars. The ntoe is from the Boston district.

  • Friedberg #: 2018-A
  • Signatures: Elston / Kennedy
Federal Reserve Note 10 dollar 1969-A obverse FR-2018-A Federal Reserve Note 10 dollar 1969-A reverse FR-2018-A
Obverse Reverse

This is a 10 dollar note from the Boston district with the 1969A series date.

  • Friedberg #: 2019-A
  • Signatures:
Federal Reserve Note 10 dollar 1969A-A obverse FR-2019-A Federal Reserve Note 10 dollar 1969A-A reverse FR-2019-A
Obverse Reverse

This Federal Reserve Note is from the Atlanta district. The note is valued at 10 dollars and is from the 1969B series.

  • Friedberg #: 2020-F
  • Signatures: Banuelos / Connally
Federal Reserve Note 10 dollar 1969B-F obverse FR-2020-F Federal Reserve Note 10 dollar 1969B-F reverse FR-2020-F
Obverse Reverse

Here is a 10 dollar Federal Reserve Note from the Cleveland district with the 1985 series date.

  • Friedberg #: 2027-D
  • Signatures: Ortega / Baker
Federal Reserve Note 10 dollar 1985-D obverse FR-2027-D Federal Reserve Note 10 dollar 1985-D reverse FR-2027-D
Obverse Reverse

Here is a 1995 series 10 dollar note from the Chicago district and pritned at the Fort Worth facility..

  • Friedberg #: 2032-G
  • Signatures: Withrow / Rubin
Federal Reserve Note 10 dollar 1995-G FW obverse FR-2032-G Federal Reserve Note 10 dollar 1995-G FW reverse FR-2032-G
Obverse Reverse

This is a 10 dollar note from the 1999 series. The note is from the Washington facility and the Philidelphia district.

  • Friedberg #: 2033-C
  • Signatures: Withrow / Summers
Federal Reserve Note 10 dollar 1999-C obverse FR-2033-C* Federal Reserve Note 10 dollar 1999-C reverse FR-2033-C*
Obverse Reverse

This Federal Reserve Note has the 2001 series date and is valued at 10 dollars. The note is from the Cleveland district and was printed at the Washington facility.

  • Friedberg #: 2035-D
  • Signatures: Marin / O'Neill
Federal Reserve Note 10 dollar 2001-D obverse FR-2035-D* Federal Reserve Note 10 dollar 2001-D reverse FR-2035-D*
Obverse Reverse

Here is a 2003 dated 10 dollar note. The note was printed at the Washington facility and issued from the Kansas City district.

  • Friedberg #: 2037-J
  • Signatures: Marin / Snow
Federal Reserve Note 10 dollar 2003-J obverse FR-2037-J Federal Reserve Note 10 dollar 2003-J reverse FR-2037-J
Obverse Reverse

Here is a San Francisco district 20 dollar note. The ntoe carries the 1934A series date.

  • Friedberg #: 2055-L
  • Signatures: Julian / Morganthau Jr.
Federal Reserve Note 20 dollar 1934A-L obverse FR-2055-L Federal Reserve Note 20 dollar 1934A-L reverse FR-2055-L
Obverse Reverse

This 20 Dollar note is dated 1950A, and from the Richmond district.

  • Friedberg #: 2060-E
  • Signatures: Priest / Humphrey
Federal Reserve Note 20 Dollar 1950A-E obverse FR-2060E Federal Reserve Note 20 Dollar 1950A-E reverse FR-2060E
Obverse Reverse

Here is a 1969A series 20 dollar note from the Chicago district.

  • Friedberg #: 2068-G
  • Signatures: Kabis / Connally
Federal Reserve Note 20 dollar 1969A-G obverse FR-2068-G Federal Reserve Note 20 dollar 1969A-G reverse FR-2068-G
Obverse Reverse

This 20 dollar note from the 1990 series is from the Chicago district and printed at the Washington facility.

  • Friedberg #: 2077-G
  • Signatures: Morton / Blumenthal
Federal Reserve Note 20 dollar 1990-G obverse FR-2077-G Federal Reserve Note 20 dollar 1990-G reverse FR-2077-G
Obverse Reverse

Here are 3 consecutive 20 dollar notes from the 1996 series. These notes were printed at the Washington facility, and are issued from the Boston district.

  • Friedberg #: 2083-A (3 consecutive)
  • Signatures: Withrow / Rubin
Federal Reserve Note 20 dollar 1996-A 1of3 obverse FR-2083-A Federal Reserve Note 20 dollar 1996-A 1of3 reverse FR-2083-A
Federal Reserve Note 20 dollar 1996-A 2of3 obverse FR-2083-A Federal Reserve Note 20 dollar 1996-A 2of3 reverse FR-2083-A
Federal Reserve Note 20 dollar 1996-A 3of3 obverse FR-2083-A Federal Reserve Note 20 dollar 1996-A 3of3 reverse FR-2083-A
Obverse Reverse

Here is a Federal Reserve Note dates 1999 and valued at 20 dollars. The note is from the Boston district and was printed at the Washington facility.

  • Friedberg #: 2085-A
  • Signatures: Withrow / Summers
Federal Reserve Note 20 dollar 1999-A obverse FR-2085-A Federal Reserve Note 20 dollar 1999-A reverse FR-2085-A
Obverse Reverse

This 20 dollar Federal Reserve Note is dated 2001. The note is from the San Francisco district and was printed at the Fort Worth facility.

  • Friedberg #: 2088-L*
  • Signatures: Marin / O'Neill
Federal Reserve Note 20 dollar 2001-L FW obverse FR-2088-L* Federal Reserve Note 20 dollar 2001-L FW reverse FR-2088-L*
Obverse Reverse

This 1969 series 50 dollar note is from the Cleveland district.

  • Friedberg #: 2114-D
  • Signatures: Elston / Kennedy
Federal Reserve Note 50 dollar 1969-D obverse FR-2114-D Federal Reserve Note 50 dollar 1969-D reverse FR-2114-D
Obverse Reverse

Here is a 50 Dollar note from the 1969C series, that was issued from the Cleveland district.

  • Friedberg #: 2117-D
  • Signatures: Banuelos / Shultz
50 Dollar 1969C-D obverse FR-2117D 50 Dollar 1969C-D reverse FR-2117D
Obverse Reverse

Here is a Federal Reserve Note from the 1996 series and is valued at 50 dollars. The note is from the New York district and was printed at the Washington facility.

  • Friedberg #: 2126-B*
  • Signatures: Withrow / Rubin
Federal Reserve Note 50 dollar 1996-B obverse FR-2126-B* Federal Reserve Note 50 dollar 1996-B reverse FR-2126-B*
Obverse Reverse

Here is a 1985 series 100 dollar note that was issued from the Minneapolis district.

  • Friedberg #: 2171-I
  • Signatures: Ortega / Baker
Federal Reserve Note 100 dollar 1985-I obverse FR-2171-I Federal Reserve Note 100 dollar 1985-I reverse FR-2171-I
Obverse Reverse


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