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United States fractional currency, front, back, front, back
Description One five-cent bill (.1) and one ten-cent bill (.2) authorized by an "act of March 3, 1863." The front of the five-cent bill features a centered image of National Currency Bureau Superintendent Spencer M. Clark, while the front of the ten-cent bill features a centered image of George Washington. The backs of both bills are printed with the words (or a close variation thereof), "[This note] exchangeable for United States Notes by any Ass[istant] Treasurer or designated U.S. Depositary in sums not less than three doll[ars]. Receivable in payment of all dues to the United States less than five dollars, except customs."
Quantity 2 items
Format Content Category: artifacts
Measurements 2 9/16 inches length .1
1 7/8 inches width .1
3 1/8 inches length .2
1 7/8 inches width .2
Nomenclature Paper money
Creation Made in United States
Subjects Image of: Washington, President George
Used in United States
Made in United States
Numismatics & Philatelics. Currency
Dates Creation: Not earlier than 1863
Holding Type 3D Objects
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