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Series 2006 $5 Note
The Series 2006 $5 note entered circulation on March 13, 2008. Visit newmoney.gov to learn more about the features of this note.
$5 Note (Series 1999, 2001, 2003, and 2003A)
The Series 1999 - 2003A $5 notes first entered circulation in May 2000. Learn more about the security features here.
Pre-Series 1996 $5 Note
Pre-Series 1996 $5 Note

Facts About the $5 Note


  • The vignette on the reverse of the $5 bill depicts the Lincoln Memorial.  There are engraved on that building the names of the 48 States in the Union in 1922, the year the Memorial was dedicated.  Consequently, the note vignette shows the names of those states that are engraved on the front of the building.  They are as follows: Upper frieze - Arkansas, Michigan, Florida, Texas, Iowa, Wisconsin, California, Minnesota, Oregon, Kansas, West Virginia, Nevada, Nebraska, Colorado, and North Dakota. Lower frieze - Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Georgia, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maryland, Carolina, Hampshire, Virginia, and New York.  (The States, South Carolina and New Hampshire are show without their prefixes.

 

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