This banknote was issued by the private bank of Tecumseh, Michigan, though they never officially opened their doors. These storied notes are highly collectible due to their age and history, making them great additions to any collection.
- Issued in the state of Michigan at the Tecumseh Bank.
- Notes will be housed in archival quality currency sleeves.
- Graded Extra Fine.
- Face: Features three vignettes including Archimedes balancing the world and a vignette of Mexican War General (and later President) Franklin Pierce.
- Back: Blank.
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Listed as MI-440 and in Haxby as G6.
The U.S. government never printed any of their own currency until 1861. There was a shortage of Gold and Silver in the country from 1776 until the 1850s. During that period most states and private banks issued their own currency from 1801-1850.