This $10 Gold Certificate has a tougher signature combo, and it was one of the last to reference the Act of July 12, 1882, which authorized these notes.
A portrait of Michael Hillegas, First Treasurer of the United States is at center. The Napier/McClung signature combination signifies that this example was printed during the presidency of William Howard Taft, sometime between August of 1911 through late November 1912. Although the back has faded color, the note is totally intact. A decent Fine example. SN#A20051360. Friedberg#1169.
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