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Very Scarce Livingston County Michigan War Bounty Bond Nicely Framed
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This is a fantastic piece of history from Civil War Michigan. This is a scarce original bond issued from Livingston County, Michigan on March 30th, 1864. This has the great seal of Michigan at the top and proudly proclaims "THE LIVINGSTON COUNTY WAR BOUNTY BOND". A man named Thomas Berry had purchased the bond for the amount of $100. Along the bottom edge of the main portion, it is signed in ink by the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors and the County Treasurer. Along the bottom, it has both of the interest coupons. The top section and both of the coupons have the four hole stampings that let us know the bond was paid off. It is framed nicely in a black wooden frame that measures 14 inches by 17 inches in overall size. It is ready to hand on your relic room wall.

Item #: C1674
Shipping Weight: 6 lbs
Your Price:$295.00 USD
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