One (1) 100 dollar note
United States, 1907
Obverse Image: At left, ships and men rowing a boat during the Battle of Lake Erie. At right, winged Liberty seated by fasces.
Obverse Text: 100 / NATIONAL CURRENCY. / THIS NOTE IS SECURED BY BONDS OF THE UNITED STATES DEPOSITED WITH THE U.S. TREASURER AT WASHINGTON. / 4044 / P / B605822 / 3800 / SPOKANE, WASH. JAN. 16, 1907. / THE EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK OF SPOKANE WILL PAY ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS TO BEARER ON DEMAND. / WASHINGTON / CASHR. / PREST. / SERIES 1882 / BUREAU OF ENGRAVING & PRINTING TREASY. DEPT.
Reverse Image: Charter number in center surrounded by a design. Coat of arms of Washington at left, eagle at right.
Reverse Text: 100 / NATIONAL CURRENCY / 4044 / THIS NOTE IS RECEIVABLE AT PAR IN ALL PARTS OF THE UNITED STATES IN PAYMENT OF ALL TAXES AND EXCISES AND ALL OTHER DUES TO THE UNITED STATES EXCEPT DUTIES ON IMPORTS AND ALSO FOR ALL SALARIES AND OTHER DEBTS AND DEMANDS OWING BY THE UNITED STATES TO INDIVIDUALS CORPORATIONS & ASSOCIATIONS WITHIN THE UNITED STATES EXCEPT INTEREST ON PUBLIC DEBT. / COUNTERFEITING OR ALTERING THIS NOTE OR PASSING ANY COUNTERFEIT OR ALTERATION OF IT, OR HAVING IN POSSESSION ANY FALSE OR COUNTERFEIT PLATE OR IMPRESSION OF IT, OR ANY PAPER MADE IN IMITATION OF THE PAPER ON WHICH IT IS PRINTED IS FELONY AND IS PUNISHABLE BY $1,000 FINE OR 15 YEARS IMPRISONMENT AT HARD LABOR OR BOTH. / WASHINGTON 1889 / C
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