I was pulling some cash put of my wallet and I noticed that the $5 bill looked different. When I loked at the date it read 1934. Along the bottom of the bill, beneath Abe, it reads, "In silver payable to the bearer on demand." The bill isn't in mint condition, but it's not any worse for wear than the other bills in my wallet. Especially for a bill that's been in circulation for almost 70 years. Just out of curiousity, is this bill anymore valuable than it's face value.? Thanks.