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1838 Dated "GOVERNMENT OF TEXAS" $20 Bill Issued From Houston
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Here is a note that you seldom get a chance to own. This is an original piece of currency from the early days of Texas. This is an original $20 note issued by the "GOVERNMENT OF TEXAS" and is so marked along the top center of the note. On the left side of the note it has the image of the Goddess Minerva standing and holding a spear and shield. If you notice, the shield has the "Lone Star" in the center. On the right hand side it has the image of Lady Liberty seated on a box. It has the correct ink signatures along the bottom as well as the October 15th 1838 date of issuance. It has the serial number that is hand written of "71" at the top. This one has the cut cancellation marks to the center of the note where it was taken out of circulation. The note has been profession ally graded by the PMG Company. They rated the note as "Choice Fine" condition. It comes in their acid-free holder for display and preservation. This is a cool early Texas piece of currency!

Item #: B6090
Shipping Weight: 0.3 lb
Your Price:$695.00 USD
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