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10 Dollars, Morris Canal & Banking Company, New Jersey, United States, 1841

10 Dollars, Morris Canal & Banking Company, New Jersey, United States, 1841

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One (1) 10 dollar note
New Jersey, United States, 1841
Obverse Image: Allegorical scene including a griffin, god and goddess, ships, and train.
Obverse Text: TEN / 10 / D / 120 / RECEIVABLE FOR TOLLS ON THE CANAL / TWELVE MONTHS AFTER DATE / THE MORRIS CANAL & BANKING CO PROMISE TO PAY TEN DOLLARS TO THE BEARER WITH INTEREST AT THEIR BANKING HOUSE OPPOSITE THE CITY OF NEW YORK. JERSEY CITY APRIL 13 1841 / CAPITAL PAID IN FOUR MILLION ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS
Object Name
note
paper money
Date made
1841
maker
Rawdon, Wright and Hatch
place of issue
United States: New Jersey, Jersey City
Physical Description
paper (overall material)
ID Number
1992.0281.1427
catalog number
1992.0281.1427
accession number
1992.0281
catalog number
92.281.1427
serial number
120
Credit Line
Richard S. Schlein
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