|United States Paper Money $10 Demand Note 1861|
|1861 $10 Demand Note Greenback|
United States paper money - 1861 Ten Dollar Demand Note Philadelphia
Obverse: Bust of Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, 1861–1865. At top center, an eagle with draped shield. At right, a female allegory representing Art.
Reverse: United States of America Ten Dollars 10 - X - 10 Printed in green. The green reverses of the Demand Notes are the origin of the term ‘Greenback’ as applied to U.S. paper money in general.
Inscriptions: American Bank Note Co. New York - Ten - The United States Promise To Pay Ten Dollars To The Bearer on Demand - Washington - Aug. 10th 1861 - Payable by the Assistant Treasurer of the United States at - Act of July 17. 1861 - For The Register Of The Treasury - For The Treasurer Of The United States - Patented 30 June 1857 - United States of America Ten Dollars - Receivable In Payment of All Public Dues
1861 "Dollars on Demand" Issue
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