1977 A $5 FRN San Francisco Mismatched S/N Error Fr#1975-L PMG Gem UNC 66 EPQ

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A Series Of 1977 A $5 Federal Reserve Note (FRN) San Francisco Fr#1975-L (LB Block) with signatures Morton/Miller and Serial #'s L44596798B/L45596798B graded Gem Uncirculated 66 Exceptional Paper Quality (EPQ) (Mismatched Serial Numbers Error) by PMG. This note displays a brilliant creamy white paper color and uneven margins. The total # of notes printed in this series: 106,880,000. Please view our photos for additional information and ask any questions prior to purchase.
1977 A $5 FRN San Francisco Mismatched S/N Error Fr#1975-L PMG Gem UNC 66 EPQ

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A Series Of 1977 A $5 Federal Reserve Note (FRN) San Francisco Fr#1975-L (LB Block) with signatures Morton/Miller and Serial #'s L44596798B/L45596798B graded Gem Uncirculated 66 Exceptional Paper Quality (EPQ) (Mismatched Serial Numbers Error) by PMG. This note displays a brilliant creamy white paper color and uneven margins. The total # of notes printed in this series: 106,880,000. Please view our photos for additional information and ask any questions prior to purchase.

Federal Reserve Notes otherwise referred to as United States banknotes are banknotes used primarily in the United States of America and are denominated using the United States dollar (USD). Official legislation enacted by Congress known as the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 established the Federal Reserve System in addition to a centralized banking system. In effect, the ability to issue Federal Reserve Notes as legal tender was created. Prior to the formation of centralized banking, commercial banks issued their own notes. The first institution that acted as a central bank was the First Bank of the United States and was charted by Alexander Hamilton in 1791. Starting in 1914, the first large sized notes ‘Series of 1914’ were printed in denominations of $5, $10, $20, $50 & $100 initially with red seals and later blue seals. Their average dimensions were: 7.375 x 3.125 inches (187 x 79 mm). It wouldn’t be until 1928 that cost cutting measures were taken to reduce the size of these notes.

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Denomination $5
Condition Uncirculated
Grade Designation Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ
Mint / Brand Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, California
Aggregate Precious Metal Weight in oz 0.0000
SKU paper money:pm-0290-4

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