The first one-dollar bills small size notes were issued as Legal tender Notes under Series of 1928. The Treasury seal and serial numbers were red. These are commonly known as " Funnybacks" due to the rather odd-looking "ONE" on the reverse.
(6.14 length × 2.61 width× 0.0043 in thickness = 156 × 66.3 × 0.11 mm)
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.