Gallery/National Numismatic Collection/Paper/US/Banknotes

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The National Numismatic Collection is part of the National Museum of American History at the Smithsonian Institution. This gallery will display highlights from their collection of United States Banknotes. It is a work in progress.

United States Banknotes[edit]

For a summary of information about the people depicted on the notes below, see List of people on United States banknotes.

Demand Notes[edit]

Valued Image Set:Demand Notes

Legal Tender Notes (Large)[edit]

Silver Certificates (Featured Set, English Wikipedia)[edit]

Treasury Notes (Featured Set, English Wikipedia)[edit]

Federal Reserve Notes (Large)[edit]

High Denomination[edit]

Series 1914[edit]

Series 1928[edit]

Federal Reserve Bank Notes[edit]

Large size[edit]

Small size[edit]

Gold Certificates (Large)[edit]

Legal Tender Notes (Small)[edit]

Hawaii Overprint Notes[edit]

Valued Image Set: Hawaii Overprint Notes

North Africa Series[edit]

Valued Image Set: North Africa Series

Gold Certificates (Small)[edit]

United States Fractional Currency (Featured Set, English Wikipedia)[edit]

This user created the Featured List of Fractional currency (United States)
For a more detailed history, see Fractional currency (United States).

Fractional Mockup[edit]

Confederate States of America[edit]




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Fraudulent use of this image is punishable under applicable counterfeiting laws.
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Certain coins contain copyrights licensed to the U.S. Mint and owned by third parties or assigned to and owned by the U.S. Mint [1]. For the United States Mint circulating coin design use policy, see [2]; for the policy on the 50 State Quarters, see [3].

Also: COM:ART#Photograph of an old coin found on the Internet

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