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- One of the most short-lived issues of U.S. paper money printed in the early 1890s.
- Housed in an inert Mylar currency sleeve by PMG.
- Graded Very Fine-25by PMG.
- Face: Features the portrait of Edwin M. Stanton, secretary of war during the Civil War on the left.
- Back: Displays the obligation language at bottom center with the denomination in multiple places and styles.
- Signatures: Rosecrans/Nebeker—Friedberg #349.
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These notes are very collectible due to their brief issue and low numbers printed. Add this 1890 $1 Treasury Note to your cart today!
Although titled as Treasury Notes, the obligation boldly stating these could be redeemed “IN COIN” which led to them being referred to as coin notes.
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