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1923 5 Dollar 4-oz Lincoln Porthole Silver Currency Proof
How Lincoln Caused an Uproar in 1923
When the original "Porthole" note was released in 1923 it met with public outcry. According to public opinion, President Abraham Lincoln appeared to be sitting at the end of a gun barrel. For this reason, individuals called for immediate dismissal. Only 4,000 of these $5 Lincoln "Porthole" notes are believed to exist today and command sizeable premiums due to their scarcity. Exclusive to GovMint.com, these 1923 Four-Ounce Lincoln Porthole Currency Proofs are the next best thing to owning the real deal! Each is struck in 99.9% fine silver and thanks to intricately designed dies, they feature the same likeness as the original, complete with detailed borders and vignettes. The proof features an artistic design with the Presidential seal on the reverse. Each comes with a certificate of authenticity in a clear rectangular capsule, and is housed in a wood presentation case. The mintages are limited to 5,000 for the four-ounce version. Don't wait another minute to own it!
|Year of Issue||1923|
|Weight||4 Ounces - oz|
|Dimensions||7.25 x 3.1875 IN|