20 Dollars, New York Loan Company, New York, United States, 1838

20 Dollars, New York Loan Company, New York, United States, 1838

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One (1) 20 dollar note
New York, United States, 1838
Obverse Image: At right, a cherub riding a lion. Train, city scene, and classical ruins behind them.
Obverse Text: CAPITAL 100.000 STOCKS / 20 / NO. 1103 / A / THE NEW-YORK LOAN COMPANY PROMISE TO PAY [name] OR BEARER, AT THEIR BANKING HOUSE IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK TWENTY DOLLARS IN ONE YEAR FROM DATE, WITH INTEREST AT 2 1/2 PR. CT. PR. ANNUM. / NEW-YORK, MARCH 27 1838 / SECURED BY REAL ESTATE
Object Name
paper money
note
Date made
1838
maker
S. Stiles, Sherman & Smith
place of issue
United States: New York, New York City
Physical Description
paper (overall material)
ID Number
1993.0583.0455
catalog number
1993.0583.0455
accession number
1993.0583
catalog number
93.583.455
serial number
1103
Credit Line
Richard S. Schlein
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