The front of five dollar silver certificates from 1886 and 1891 both look very similar. They each have a portrait of Ulysses S Grant. However, the back of the two bills are extremely different. The 1886 example has a vignette showing a group of Morgan silver dollars. This has led collectors to call that type of note a Morgan back five. The 1891 specimen is much more common. The back of it looks much more traditional and much less interesting. We have a complete price guide for 1886 $5 silver certificates.
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