Beautiful uncancelled Freedom Share Savings Note from the United States of America for $50 issued no later than 1969. This historic document was printed by the United States Government and has an ornate border around it with a vignette of the Statue of Liberty Head. This item has the printed signature of the Secretary of the Treasury, Henry Fowler and is over 51 years old.
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United States Savings Notes were first issued on May 1, 1967. Also known as a
“Freedom Share,” the United States Savings Note was meant to “encourage additional
savings and reduce the amount of marketable debt financing required” (Report of the
Secretary of the Treasury, 1967: 14). It was redeemable after one year, paid 4.74%
interest, and matured in 4.5 years. Individuals could only purchase United States
Savings Notes with the purchase of Series E United States Savings Bonds.
Denominations offered were $25, $50, $75, and $100 and sold at a discount. Sales
were discontinued after June 30, 1970.
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