DescriptionPostal Savings System Series 1939 $100 Certificate June 25, 1942 Five Consecutive Examples.
We see serial numbers 53 through 57 on this quintet. This savings system paid depositors two percent annual interest. Depositors in the system were initially limited to hold a balance of $500, but this was raised to $1000 in 1916 and then to $2500 in 1918. The peak for the Postal Savings System was in 1947 with $3.4 billion in deposits. Choice Crisp Uncirculated.
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