This Uncut Sheet of Remainder Notes was printed for use at Worthington, Ohio. The denominations are Fifty Cents, 25 Cents, 12 1/2 Cents, and 6 1/4 Cents. This uncut sheet would make a nice display piece.
- Issued in Worthington, Ohio.
- Notes will be housed in archival quality currency sleeves.
- Graded Crisp Uncirculated.
- Face: State and face value, along with text indicating the payment terms, included.
- Back: Intentionally left blank.
- Printed by Murray, Draper, Fairman & Co.
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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.