1953 Five Dollar Bill?

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The 1953 five dollar bill is a denomination of the United States currency that was issued with a grey number 5 on its left side, with the word 'five' printed above the numeral. Unlike previous notes, it had a blue seal imprint stamped over the words and numerals. All five dollar bills have a portrait of the U.S. President Abraham Lincoln on them.
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