10 Cents, Fractional Currency, United States, 1874 - 1876

Description (Brief):

One (1) 10 cent note

Description (Brief)

United States, 1874 - 1876

Description (Brief)

Obverse Image: Bust of William M. Meredith.

Description (Brief)

Obverse Text: FRACTIONAL CURRENCY / 10 / UNITED STATES / X CENTS / SERIES OF 1874. / D / 38 / TREASURER / REGISTER / WILLIAM M. MEREDITH / SECY. TREASY. 1849 / ENGRAVED AND PRINTED AT THE BUREAU. ENGRAVING & PRINTING.

Description (Brief)

Reverse Image: Geometric designs.

Description (Brief)

Reverse Text: FRACTIONAL CURRENCY / TEN CENTS / ACT OF JUNE 30TH 1864 / 10 / ACT OF MARCH 3D. 1863 / PATENTED JULY 21 1866 / COLUMBIAN BANK NOTE CO. / WASHINGTON D.C. / THIS NOTE IS EXCHANGEABLE FOR UNITED STATES NOTES BY THE ASSISTANT TREASURERS AND DESIGNATED DEPOSITARIES OF THE UNITED STATES IN SUMS NOT LESS THAN THREE DOLLARS. RECEIVABLE IN PAYMENT OF ALL DUES TO THE UNITED STATES LESS THAN FIVE DOLLARS, EXCEPT CUSTOMS.

Description (Brief)

General Information: Fifth issue.

Date Made: 1874 - 1876

Maker: Bureau of Engraving and Printing

Location: Currently not on view

Place Made: United States

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Related Publication: Feingold, Ellen R.. Value of Money, The

Credit Line: Herman K. Crofoot Collection

Data Source: National Museum of American History

Id Number: NU.71.306.1Catalog Number: 71.306.1Accession Number: 207949

Object Name: note

Physical Description: paper (overall material)Measurements: overall: 5.4 cm x 8.4 cm x .01 cm; 2 1/8 in x 3 5/16 in x in

Guid: http://n2t.net/ark:/65665/ng49ca746b2-c5b7-704b-e053-15f76fa0b4fa

Record Id: nmah_1671430

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