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mikelaw

$1 U.S. Large Size Type Set. Share your examples. 

 

Mike
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TomTomTomTom
very nice!
Always looking for high quality fractional notes, specimens, proofs, experimentals and anything fractional related
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gnat
I really like this set. Very nicely done.
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missouriblue
Great set.
Why on the first 3 notes Washington is facing left and the rest he is facing right.  Has to mean something.
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coinfrog
The "Anthenaeum" portrait of Washington was painted in several versions by Gilbert Stuart in the 1790's, with at least two examples of this particular image (as I recall) hanging in the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.  The  originals of this  version all face left - why it was eventually reversed  I am unsure.  The curious result - in 1923, the newly-designed large red seal $1 LT notes  with Speelman/White sigs and Washington facing right were being issued simultaneously with the old "Sawbuck" $1 LT notes with the same sigs but portrait  facing left!
The value of anything is what you can sell it for the same day you bought it.
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missouriblue
Did some looking around on the internet.  not for sure but this is what I found, a person looking to the right is looking at the past.  A person looking to the left is looking at the future.
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