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- One of the most short-lived issues of U.S. paper money printed in the early 1890s.
- Housed in an archival quality currency sleeve by PMG.
- This note is in nice Crisp Uncirculated-64 EPQ and Embossing condition as graded by 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.
- Tillman/Morgan signature combo—Friedberg #351.
Handle your currency with care by adding these cotton gloves to your order.
These notes are very collectible due to their brief issue and low numbers printed. Add this 1891 $1 Treasury note to your cart today!
Although titled as Treasury notes, the obligation boldly stating these could be redeemed “IN COIN” led to them being referred to as coin notes.
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