The $5 bill is a Federal Reserve Note valued at 500 cents (equivalent to 100 nickels, 50 dimes, 20 quarters, or five $1 bills).
On the front is a portrait of Abraham Lincoln (the 16th president of the United States of America), and on the back is the Lincoln Memorial.
Like the $1 bill, the $5 bill began printing Series 1988A bills in 1990, replacing the Series 1988 bills. Also like the $1 bill, production of these bills lasted through 1994.
Late in 1994, microscopic printing was added around Lincoln's portrait on all newer $5 bills, before they were officially circulated in early 1995 as Series 1993.
The $5 bill was redesigned in 2000 as Series 1999.
The current design of the $5 bill began circulation as Series 2006 in March 2008.