About #146 - 5 dollars type 1869
United States. United States Treasury. Large Size Legal Tender Notes. 1869 Rainbow Issues. Watermark: No. Material: Paper. No security thread. Printer: American Bank Note Company (ABNC), New York. Front printing in green, red and black. Description of front: Left, a portrait of Andrew Jackson, seventh President of the United States from 1829 to 1837, from a painting by Thomas Sully. The Act of March 3, 1863 is located vertically on the right edge. The nickname “Woodshopper” generally attributed to the note is due to the central vignette on the front, engraved by Henry Gugler and featuring a pioneer family conquering the American West. A man, his wife and their baby are pictured in front of their cabin. On the right, a hunting dog is on the lookout. The man's left hand is resting on a merlin and not an ax. Large seal and numbering in red. The box has the words "UNITED - FIVE - STATES" in repetition and the number "V FIVE" repeated in the corners. A large black rosette with the number "5" on the right. Combination of signatures engraved with Allison (Register of the Treasury) and Spinner (Treasurer of the United States). Description of the back: The issuing company of the banknotes is indicated twice on the top and bottom of the back. Security background made up of a multitude of rosettes. The Roman numeral "V" is repeated in the corners. In the center, in a large rose window, the number “5” framed by two ovals containing the text of the law: “This Note is a Legal Tender…”. The back is printed in green called "Greenback (money)".