1 Dollar, State Bank of Michigan, United States, 1859

1 Dollar, State Bank of Michigan, United States, 1859

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One (1) dollar note
Michigan, United States, 1859
Obverse Image: At left, two cherubs with grapes. In center, the seal of Michigan, a moose and an elk flanking a shield with an eagle perched on it.
Obverse Text: 1 / THE STATE BANK OF MICHIGAN, LYMAN'S PROTECTION. / BANK NOTE ON THE RIGHT END MEASURING: / $1. ONE DOLLAR, ONE THIRD THE LENGTH OF THE PAPER / $2. TWO DOLLARS, ONE HALF " " " / $3. THREE DOLLARS, TWO THIRDS " " " / $5. FIVE DOLLARS, THREE FOURTHS " " " / AMERICAN BANK NOTE COMPANY / DETROIT, _ 18_ / THE STATE BANK OF MICHIGAN WILL PAY TO THE BEARER ONE DOLLAR ON DEMAND. / NO. _ A / SECURED BY THE PLEDGE OF PUBLIC STOCKS
Object Name
paper money
note
Date made
1859
maker
American Bank Note Company
place of issue
United States: Michigan, Detroit
Physical Description
paper (overall material)
ID Number
NU.170666.0070
accession number
170666
Credit Line
Estate of Victor H. Huberich
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National Museum of American History
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