Why Buy This Set of 7 Circulated Series 641 1965-1968 U.S. Military Payment Certificates?
The Vietnam War began in 1955 and finally came to its conclusion in 1975. The set shown here includes 7 notes. These are not federal reserve notes, but Military Payment Certificates. Like federal reserve notes they were printed by the U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing. These certificates were issued to U.S. Military personnel stationed in Vietnam. They could only be used on U.S. Military bases. The certificates in this set have face values of $10, $5, $1, 50 cents, 25 cents, 10 cents, and 5 cents.
Classic Series 641 U.S. Military Payment Certificates
While the designs vary from denomination to denomination, the fractional notes share similarities and the dollar notes also have similarities. However, each one generally features the portrait of a woman on the obverse along with the series and serial number.
The reverse designs also vary from note to note as expected. Typically, this side shows the face value in several locations and also displays the terms for using the certificate.
7 Circulated Certificates
All 7 certificates in this set are in circulated condition. These certificates have not been graded by a third-party service.
Don't miss out, order this set of 7 circulated series 641 1965-1968 U.S. Military Payment Certificates while you have the opportunity.
|Year of Issue:||1965-1968|
|Mint:||U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing|
|Legal Tender:||United States|
|Obverse Design:||Female Head and Vignette with Denomination|
|Reverse Design:||Eagle with Denomination|