"Motto-No Motto" Six-Piece Coin & Currency Collection -
"Motto-No Motto" Six-Piece Coin & Currency Collection
You will receive 1 dollar bill with the motto "In God We Trust" and 1 dollar bill without that motto. In 1934, the design of the $1 Silver Certificate was changed to reflect the Silver Purchase Act of 1934. Under Washington's portrait, ONE SILVER DOLLAR was changed to ONE DOLLAR. The treasury seal was moved to the right and superimposed over ONE, and a blue numeral 1 was added to the left. The reverse remained the same. A year later, in 1935, the design of the one-dollar bill was changed again. On the obverse, the blue numeral 1 was changed to gray and made smaller, the gray ONE to the right was removed, the treasury seal was made smaller and superimposed by WASHINGTON D.C., and a stylized ONE DOLLAR was added over the treasury seal.
The reverse was also changed to its current design, except for the absence of IN GOD WE TRUST. The next change came in 1957 when the $1 bill became the first piece of paper U.S. currency to bear the motto IN GOD WE TRUST; it was added over the word ONE on the reverse. Initially the BEP began printing the motto on notes which were printed with the new 32 note press, but soon Series of 1935 bills printed on a 16 note press featured the motto and are rare and hard to find!. One dollar silver certificates series 1935 were all printed on the older flat-bed presses by the wet intaglio process. Recognizong that an enormous expense would be associated with immediately replacing the costly printing plates.
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