The first one-dollar bills small size notes were issued as silver certificates under Series of 1928. The Treasury seal and serial numbers were dark blue. These are commonly known as " Funnybacks" due to the rather odd-looking "ONE" on the reverse. These were the first notes to be called funnybacks. The reason they are called funnybacks is because of the unique design on the back of the bill. Blue seal
(6.14 length × 2.61 width× 0.0043 in thickness = 156 × 66.3 × 0.11 mm)
Silver Certificates Series of 1928 to 1928-E Blue seal
|F-1600 *||1928||Tate Mellon|
Portrait of Washington
These are replicas of actual bills, printed on high quality 100% cotton paper. They are ideal for framing as you can display both sides at the same time. Each side is printed on a seperate sheet to comply with Federal law.