Our high quality 50 usd for sale, have all the security features as that provided by the US government.
Ordering our $50 banknotes be rest assured of getting the best quality banknote. The fifty dollar note ($50) is a denomination of currency in the United States. The obverse shows Ulysses S. Grant, the 18th President of the United States (1869-1877), while the reverse shows the United States Capitol.
All currently issued $50 notes are Federal Reserve Notes.
A $50 note in circulation lasts an average of 12.2 years before it needs to be replaced due to expiry (as of December 2018). In 2019, $50 notes accounted for about 3.5 per cent of all notes produced.
Federal Reserve Banks issue them in beige bands. With 1.8 billion notes in circulation as of 31 December 2019, the $50 note is the least common banknote in the US by volume after the $2 note.
Tilt the bill to watch if the numeral 50 in the down right corner on the front of the bill switches colors from copper to green. The color shift is more dramatic in the redesigned currency making it even simple for people to check their money.
Hold the bill to light and look for the watermark, or faint image, same to the large portrait. The watermark is part of the paper itself and can be view from both sides of the bill.
Hold the bill to light and look at the security thread that is inserted in the paper money and runs vertically up one side of the bill. If you look closely, the words USA 50 and a small flag are visible along the thread from both sides of the banknote. The security thread glows yellow when illuminated by ultraviolet light.
Additional Design and security features Of Our $50 Bill
The renewed 50 dollar banknote remains the same dimensions and uses the same, but increased portraits and historic images as the older-design bills, and most importantly, continue to be acknowledged around the whole world as quintessentially American.
Symbols of freedom have been added to the design on the front of the fifty US dollar bill to portray images of the American flag. The traditional stars and stripes of the United States flag are printed in blue and red behind the portrait of President Grant. A field of blue stars is placed to the left of the portrait, while three red stripes are located to the right of the portrait. A small metallic silver-blue star is located on the lower right side of the bill. The symbols of freedom diverge for each denomination,
The best noticeable variation in the redesigned $50 banknote is the addition of subtle background colors of blue and red to both sides of the bill. The background colors add complication to the bills and are different with each denomination to help identify them. Because color can be double by potential counterfeiters as we are doing now, it should not be used to verify the authenticity of the bill.
The oval borders and fine lines encircling the portrait of President Grant on the front and the vignette of the United States Capitol Building on the back have been eliminated. The portrait has been moved up and shoulders have been prolonged into the fringe. Extra engraving details have been added to the vignette background of the $50 note.
Because they are so tiny, microprinted words are hard to replicate. The renewed 50 dollar bill characteristics microprinting on the front of the note in three areas: the words FIFTY, USA, and the numeral 50 can be found in two of the blue stars to the left of the portrait; the word FIFTY can be found recurring within both side borders of the bill; and the words THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA show up on President Ulysses S. Grant’s collar, under his beard
A universal seal to the left of the portrait constitutes the entire Federal Reserve System. A letter and number beneath the left serial number identify the issuing Federal Reserve Bank. There are 12 regional Federal Reserve Banks and 24 branches located in major cities throughout the United States.
The unique mixture of eleven numbers and letters shows up twice on the front of the note. On the redesigned US fifty dollar bill, the left serial number has shifted slightly to the right, compared with previous designs. Because they are unique identifiers, serial numbers help law enforcement identify fake notes, and they also help the Bureau of Engraving and Printing track quality standards for the notes they produce.