This historically famous 1869 $5 United States Note marked the first year that Andrew Jackson was featured on the five-dollar bill. The design of the 1869 five-dollar bill was the first time the “woodchopper” scene was used.
It shows a pioneer family moving west. The man in the picture is holding an ax, hence the wood chopper title. The 1869 $5 United States Note marked the first year that Andrew Jackson was featured on the five-dollar bill. The vivid coloring on the Legal Tender Notes of the Series of 1869 has resulted in them being called “Rainbow Notes.”
This modern $5 Bill you received is Genuine Legal Tender United States Currency. The artists of the Merrick Mint have used an advanced technology over this modern uncirculated United States five-dollar bill, enhancing it with historical images from the 1869 Jackson $5 Woodchopper banknote, to create this collectible work of art. Your bill is guaranteed authentic.
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