What is a red letter five dollar bill?

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A red letter five dollar bill is also referred to as a red seal five dollar bill or red seal fives. They are United States notes or legal tender notes. They were printed in either 1928, 1953, or 1963. They all have the series year with a letter to identify them. They all have a red seal and the serial number is printed in red ink on the bills. The five dollar bills were all printed in Washington, DC and were all signed by the Secretary of the Treasury, and the Treasury of The United States.
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