One (1) 100 dollar note
United States, 1908
Obverse Image: Portrait of John. J. Knox.
Obverse Text: NATIONAL CURRENCY / SECURED BY UNITED STATES BONDS OR OTHER SECURITIES / UNITED STATES OF AMERICA / REGISTER OF THE TREASURY / TREASURER OF THE UNITED STATES / SERIES OF 1902. / A268347 / P 9308 / 33 / THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SANGER WILL PAY TO THE BEARER ON DEMAND ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS / SANGER, CALIFORNIA / NOV. 21, 1908. / JOHN J. KNOX / 100
Reverse Image: Two male figures flanking a shield and eagle. Washington Monument and Capitol Building in the distance.
Reverse Text: 100 / NATIONAL CURRENCY / ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS / 1902 1908 / 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 AND ASSOCIATIONS WITHIN THE UNITED STATES EXCEPT INTEREST ON PUBLIC DEBT
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