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World's Largest Silver Certificate
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World's Largest Silver Certificate
All U.S. paper currency printed prior to 1928 were known as "horse blankets" or "saddle blankets" due to their large size.

Although similar in design to the dollar bills of today, the large-sized notes were almost one third larger than the smaller bills printed after 1928. Featuring the familiar portrait of George Washington, painted by famed artist Gilbert Stuart.

Introduced by an Act of Congress in 1878, Silver Certificates were backed by Silver held in the U.S. Treasury and could actually be redeemed for exactly $1 of silver bullion until June 24, 1968.

Silver Certificate is presented on an acrylic wall frame and can be viewed on both sides. Includes Certificate of Authenticity.
World's Largest Silver Certificate
Was: $99.98
Now: $59.57