5 Dollars, State Bank of Illinois, United States, 1835

5 Dollars, State Bank of Illinois, United States, 1835

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One (1) 5 dollar note
Illinois, United States, 1835
Obverse Image: In center, a train passing in front of a steamboat. At bottom center, a leaping deer. A buffalo at right.
Obverse Text: FIVE / 5 / V / A / THE STATE BANK OF ILLINOIS PROMISES TO PAY FIVE DOLLARS TO THE BEARER ON DEMAND AT ITS BRANCH BANK IN __ / SPRINGFIELD __ 18_ / CASHR. / PREST. / RAWDON, WRIGHT & HATCH NEW-YORK
Object Name
paper money
note
Date made
1835
maker
Rawdon, Wright and Hatch
place of issue
United States: Illinois, Springfield
Physical Description
paper (overall material)
ID Number
NU.74.89.013
accession number
320706
catalog number
74.89.013
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Data Source
National Museum of American History
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