10 Dollars

10 Dollars

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Description (Brief)
One (1) 10 dollar note
South Carolina, United States, 1861
Obverse Image: At left, portrait of General Daniel Morgan. In center, scene of rescue of Americans in Revolutionary War. At right, portrait of General Andrew Pickens.
Obverse Text: 10 / THE PRESIDENT AND DIRECTORS OF THE BANK OF THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA / B / NO. 9505 / WILL PAY ON DEMAND TEN DOLLARS TO [name] OR BEARER AT THEIR OFFICE IN CHARLESTON / CHARLESTON, S.C. OCT 6 1862
Reverse Image: N/A
Reverse Text: N/A
Object Name
Paper Money
note
Date made
1861
maker
American Bank Note Company
place of issue
United States: South Carolina, Charleston
Physical Description
paper (overall material)
ID Number
1979.1263.02002
catalog number
1979.1263.02002
accession number
1979.1263
serial number
9505
Credit Line
Chase Manhattan Bank
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Data Source
National Museum of American History
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