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    • Bank of Cape Fear three-dollar note, 1852

    • Farmers; Shepherds; Sailing ships; Dogs; Harvesting;
    • Three-dollar note issued by Bank of Cape Fear on March 1,1852; engraved and printed by Toppan, Carpenter and Company of Philadelphia; black ink with a large “3” in medallions flanking vignette that depicts four men harvesting corn and putting ears...
    • Bank of Cape Fear three-dollar note, 1859

    • Myths; Goddesses; Ops (Roman deity); Cornucopias; Grains; Commerce; Industry; Sailing ships; Bridges; Factories;
    • Three-dollar note issued by the Washington Branch of the Bank of Cape Fear on November 1, 1859; engraved and printed by Danforth, Wright and Company of Philadelphia and New York, N.Y; red and black inks, an update of earlier all-black design; red...
    • Bank of Washington three-dollar note, 1860

    • Industry; Mechanics (Persons); Farmers;
    • Three-dollar note issued by the Bank of Washington on November 17, 1860; engraved and printed by American Bank Note Company, New York, N.Y.; black and red inks with two “3’s” in top-right portion of note and red “3” in bottom-left corner; vignette...
    • Bank of Cape Fear four-dollar note, 1859

    • Ships; Pails; Railroads; Wheat
    • Four-dollar note issued by Bank of Cape Fear in 1859, and payable at branch in Salem, N.C.; engraved and printed by Danforth, Bald and Company of Philadelphia and New York; red and black inks with red "4" near top corners and red "FOUR" background...
    • Bank of Charlotte ten-dollar note, 1859

    • Cattle; Ducks; Women; Angels; Sirens (Mythology);
    • Ten-dollar note issued by Bank of Charlotte on September 7, 1859; engraved and printed by Toppan, Carpenter and Company of Philadelphia; black and red inks with black “10” at top corners encircled by red bordering, large “TEN” near bottom; vignette...
    • Bank of Clarendon six-dollar note, 1855

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    • Six-dollar note issued by Bank of Clarendon in Fayetteville on November 1, 1855; engraved and printed by Danforth, Wright and Company of Philadelphia and New York, N.Y.; black and red inks with black ""6"" in top corners and in bottom left, a very...
    • Bank of Commerce five-dollar note, 1861

    • Lighthouses; Shipwrecks; Steamboats; Transportation; Piers & wharves; Carts & wagons; Horses;
    • Five-dollar note issued by Bank of Commerce at New Bern on January 1, 1861; engraved and printed by the American Bank Note Company, New York, N.Y.; black and green inks with black “V” in top-left corner, "5" at top right, "5" in green-and-black...
    • Bank of Clarendon seven-dollar note, 1855

    • Goddesses; Myths; Liberty cap; Agriculture; Slavery; Ceres (Roman deity);
    • Seven-dollar note issued by Bank of Clarendon in Fayetteville on August 1, 1855; engraved and printed by Danforth, Wright and Company of Philadelphia and New York, N.Y.; black and red inks with black "7" in top corners and at bottom right, "SEVEN...
    • Bank of Clarendon ten-dollar note, 1855

    • Farms; Families; Yarn; Textiles; Steamboats; Transportation;
    • Ten-dollar note issued by Bank of Clarendon in Fayetteville on August 1, 1855; engraved and printed by Danforth, Wright and Company of Philadelphia and New York, N.Y.; black and red inks with black "TEN" in top-left corner and running vertically...
    • Bank of Washington one-hundred-dollar note, 1856

    • Mechanics (Persons); Sailors; Farmers; Flags; Agriculture; Wheat; Cotton; Ships;
    • One-hundred-dollar note issued to "J. H. McCluer" by the Bank of Washington on January 1, 1856; engraved and printed by Danforth, Wright and Company of Philadelphia and New York, N.Y.; black ink with "100" in top corners, "ONE HUNDRED" at center,...
    • Bank of Cape Fear five-dollar note, 1851

    • Men; Women; Dogs; Pails; Angels; Eagles; Bows (Archery); Arrows;
    • Five-dollar note initially issued by the Bank of Cape Fear to a "John Myers" in 1851 and made payable at the bank's branch in Washington, N.C.; engraved and printed by Toppan, Carpenter and Company of Philadelphia; black ink with large numeral "5"...
    • Five-dollar “Tate” scrip, 1830s

    • Railroads; Cityscapes; Factories; Steamboats;
    • A type of five-dollar scrip issued by Thomas R. Tate in Greensboro, N.C., late 1830s; printed by E. Morris, Philadelphia; black ink with Roman numeral “V” in all four corners with top numerals flanked inside by “5” positioned to left and right of...
    • North Carolina twenty-five-cent treasury note, 1861

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    • Twenty-five-cent 1861 treasury note issued by the State of North Carolina; printed by John Spelman in Raleigh, N.C.; printed in black ink with issue location and date “Raleigh. Oct[ober]. 1st, 1861.” in upper right, “25” near top-left corner, no...
    • Elizabeth City twenty-five-cent scrip, 1861

    • Fraternal organizations; Symbols; Printers' ornaments;
    • Twenty-five-cent scrip issued by Elizabeth City in Pasquotank, N.C., on October 17, 1861; printer unidentified; printed in black ink with “25 Cents” in upper-left portion of note and in top-right corner; small Masonic symbol in top center; no plate...
    • Sheet of notes for the Bank of Washington, ca. 1860

    • Farmers; Mechanics (Persons); Industry; Families; Goddesses; Commerce; Agriculture; Barrels; Scales;
    • Uncut four-note sheet of currency for the Bank of Washington in Washington, North Carolina, ca. 1860; produced by the American Bank Note Company, New York, N.Y.; black and red inks with notes vertically aligned in denominations (top to bottom) of...
    • Bank of Cape Fear five-dollar note, 1858

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    • Five-dollar note initially issued by Bank of Cape Fear in 1858 and made payable at the bank's "Salem" branch; engraved and printed by Bald, Cousland and Company of Philadelphia and New York, N.Y.; black and dark-red inks, red textured field and...
    • Bank of Cape Fear four-dollar note, 1852

    • Commerce; Anchors; Sailing ships; Lighthouses; Liberty; Minerva (Roman deity);
    • Four-dollar note issued by Bank of Cape Fear 1852; engraved and printed by Toppan, Carpenter and Company of Philadelphia; black ink with large "4" in top-center portion and at bottom-left corner, a top-left vignette of maiden representing commerce...
    • Bank of Yanceyville ten-dollar note, ca. 1856

    • Myths; Goddesses; Ceres (Roman deity); Agriculture; Wheat; Railroads; Bridges;
    • Ten-dollar note style of note issued by the Bank of Yanceyville in the 1850s; dual engraving and printing credit below signature lines given to Baldwin, Adams and Company, New York, N.Y., and Robert L. Bald and Company of Philadelphia; Roman...
    • Farmers Bank of North Carolina three-dollar note, 1853

    • Myths; Goddesses; Liberty cap; Slavery; Shields; Eagles;
    • Three-dollar note issued by the Farmers Bank of North Carolina in 1853; engraved and printed by Danforth, Bald and Company of Philadelphia and New York, N.Y.; black ink with “3” in top corners, “THREE DOLLARS” over a large off-center background “3”...
    • Bank of Lexington five-dollar note, 1861

    • Myths; Goddesses; Ops (Roman deity); Liberty cap; Slavery; Horses; Farmers; Minerva (Roman deity); Wisdom
    • Five-dollar note issued by the Bank of Lexington on September 3, 1861; no credit given to lithographer and printer; black and green inks with green “5” and “V” flanking the lower corners of the central vignette; female figures at left end represent...

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