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Paper Money of the United States: 1886 Five Dollar Silver Certificate “Silver Dollar Note”, Large Red Treasury Seal Bust of Ulysses S.

VINTAGE $2 USN 1963-A UNITED STATES NOTE JEFFERSON RED SEAL TWO DOLLAR BILL VNC - http://coins.goshoppins.com/us-paper-money/vintage-2-usn-1963-a-united-states-note-jefferson-red-seal-two-dollar-bill-vnc/

VINTAGE $2 USN 1963-A UNITED STATES NOTE JEFFERSON RED SEAL TWO DOLLAR BILL VNC - http://coins.goshoppins.com/us-paper-money/vintage-2-usn-1963-a-united-states-note-jefferson-red-seal-two-dollar-bill-vnc/

Richmond National Bank Note ~ United States of America Currency Gallery

Richmond Virginia National Bank Note ~ United States of America Currency Gallery

United States Notes - 1880 One Hundred Dollar Bill Legal Tender Note, Abraham Lincoln. Large brown treasury seal

United States Notes - 1880 One Hundred Dollar Bill Legal Tender Note, Abraham Lincoln . Large brown treasury seal Obverse: Bust o.

1862 $5 Dollar Bill Confederate States Currency Civil War Note T-53 A type 53 example of Confederate Money that was issued from Richmond Virginia on December 02, 1862. The center vignette shows the Capitol of the Confederate States of America (Virginia State Capitol, located in Richmond), at the right is a portrait of Christopher Memminger, who served the Confederacy as Secretary of the Treasury through most of the Civil War era.

1862 $5 Dollar Bill Confederate States Currency Civil War Note T-53 A type 53 example of Confederate Money that was issued from Richmond Virginia on December 02, 1862. The center vignette shows the Capitol of the Confederate States of America (Virginia State Capitol, located in Richmond), at the right is a portrait of Christopher Memminger, who served the Confederacy as Secretary of the Treasury through most of the Civil War era.

Confederate Money $5 Bill from Richmond, Virginia, February 17th 1864 T-69 Civil War Note  Type 69 Confederate money which is the five dollar denomination of the common 7th series of currency of the Confederate States of America that was issued during the latter part of the Civil War in 1864. The state capitol building of Virginia located in Richmond is the center vignette, while on the right is a small portrait of C. G. Memminger, who served as secretary of the treasury during most of the…

Confederate Money $5 Bill from Richmond, Virginia, February 17th 1864 T-69 Civil War Note Type 69 Confederate money which is the five dollar denomination of the common 7th series of currency of the Confederate States of America that was issued during the latter part of the Civil War in 1864. The state capitol building of Virginia located in Richmond is the center vignette, while on the right is a small portrait of C. G. Memminger, who served as secretary of the treasury during most of the…

1852 Bank of the United States Dollar Bill

1852 Bank of the United States Dollar Bill

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