$5 Lincoln Freedom Collection
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$5 Lincoln Freedom Collection

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  • One Series 2006 $5 note from each of the 12 Federal Reserve Banks
  • Protected by an acid-free sleeve in an attractive folder
Item Number: B6020
Mintage Limit: None
Product Limit: None
Household Order Limit: None
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The Series 2006 $5 note,  introduced into circulation on March 13, 2008, was the fourth denomination to be redesigned in the “New Color of Money” series. Each of the colorful Series 2006 $5 notes offered in this collection was one of the first 3,500 redesigned “New Color of Money” notes issued and features the lowest serial number available. Each note is protected by a clear, acid-free sleeve in an attractive folder representative of the corresponding Federal Reserve district.

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Dimensions:6 x 9 inches
Production Facility:


  • Washington, DC
  • Ft. Worth, TX
Federal Reserve Bank

1 Note from each of the 12 Federal Reserve Banks:

  • Boston (A)
  • New York (B)
  • Philadelphia (C)
  • Cleveland (D)
  • Richmond (E)
  • Atlanta (F)
  • Chicago (G)
  • St. Louis (H)
  • Minneapolis (I)
  • Kansas City (J)
  • Dallas (K)
  • San Francisco (L)
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