Special Series: Katherine Davalos Ortega
LIMITED EDITION OF ONLY 3
0/3 Remaining ***SOLD OUT***
Printed by the United States Treasury, Bureau of Engraving and printing, from the actual dies and plates, this rare collection of intaglio bank notes (printed on one side only, not legal tender) includes the following:
The back side of a 1899 $5 Silver Certificate. This is the only issue of United States paper money for which an Indian was selected as the central feature. A photograph, taken in 1872 by Alexander Gardner, which is on file at the Smithsonian Institution, was used as a model for the portrait.
The back side of a 1904 $5 banknote. It was issued on April 25, 1987 in commemoration of the dedication of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing Western Currency Production Facility in Fort Worth, Texas. It’s signed by James A. Baker III, Katherine Davalos Ortega, and Robert J. Leuver.
The front of an 1896 $5 Silver Certificate. This is the final note of a set of three devoted to the renowned series of 1896 by the Department of the Treasury Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington, D.C.
This rare collection is a limited edition of only 3 and is signed and numbered by Rare World Treasures (RWT).