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- Last printed in the late 1920s and is one of the last Red Seal $10 notes.
- Housed in an inert mylar currency sleeve from PMG.
- Certified by PMG as a Very Fine-25.
- Face: Features the likeness of an American Bison at center flanked by the portraits of Meriwether Lewis & William Clark, famous explorers of the Louisiana Purchase in the early 19th century.
- Back: Displays the denomination at the borders with a likeness of Columbia flanked by pillars at center.
- Teehee/Burke signatures—Friedberg #120.
This denomination was one of the last of this type issued and has become a collector favorite. Add this classic to your cart today!
This $10 Note would amount to roughly 1/2 months pay for a normal laborer in 1901. Common prices for Staple Food items during this period ranged from .15-.30 cents for foodstuffs and .70 cents for items like coal to heat homes. These notes represented a large sum of money for the average American and many of these Notes would find their primary circulation in cities; with few moving to rural America for circulation.
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