About #130 - 5 dollars type 1862-1863
United States. United States Treasury. Large Size Legal Tender Notes. 1862-1863 Issues. Watermark: no. Material: paper. No security thread. Printer: American Bank Note Company, New York. Front printing in green and black. Description of the front: portrait of Alexander Hamilton at the bottom right of the note. The Act of February 25, 1862 or March 10, 1863 is located above the portrait. On the left is the "Statue of Liberty" which sits atop the US Capitol in Washington DC. The Latin text “E PLURIBUS UNUM” is inscribed on the base of the statue, but only “RIBUS UNUM” is visible on the note. Seal and numbering in red. The border of the note has the word FIVE printed numerous times horizontally at the top, bottom and right and vertically to the left of the note. The issuing company of banknotes has been printed in the middle of the upper border or not as on the reference "Fr # 62" with the Second Obligation text on back. Signature combinations: Chittenden (Register of the Treasury) and Spinner (Treasurer of the United States). Description of the back: two versions of the law: First Obligation text: "... and is exchangeable for U.S. Six percent TWENTY YEARS BONDS, redeemable ...". Second Obligation text: “… and is receivable in payment of all LOANS…”. The back is printed in green called "Greenback (money)".