Value of 1861 Five Hundred Dollar Interest Bearing Note
|Year: 1861||Type: Interest Bearing Treasury Note||Denomination: Five Hundred Dollar Bill|
|Value: All interest bearing notes are rare. The exact value is just based on the condition of each bill|
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|Description: This is a unique one year design. These notes were almost all redeemed and destroyed simply because due to the accruing interest, these were worth more than the face value. A portrait of George Washington can be seen at the top center of the bill. A vignette of a woman is on each side of him. These notes have red serial number but the predominant color is green.
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|Variations: There are no varieties for this issue.|
|Some Inscriptions: American Bank Note Co New York – Interest Ten Cents Per Day – Washington – October 1st 1861 – Three Years After Date The United States Promise To Pay To The Order Of Five Hundred Dollars With 7 3/10 Percent Interest Payable Semi-Annually – For The Register of the Treasury – For The Treasurer of The United States – Act of July 17 1861 – Convertible Into 20 Year 6 Per Cent U.S. Bonds – United States of America – Interest On This Note Ten Cents Per Day