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    • North Carolina five-dollar treasury note, 1863

    • Minerva (Roman deity); Side wheelers; Sailing ships;
    • Five-dollar treasury note issued by the State of North Carolina on January 1, 1863; printed by the firm of J. T. Paterson and Company, Augusta, Georgia; note’s face printed in black, “5” within floral-adorned medallion in top-right corner,...
    • North Carolina one-thousand-dollar coupon bond, 1862

    • Cupids; Angels; Wheat; Cotton; Women; Agricultural machinery & implements; Sailing ships
    • One-thousand-dollar unassigned 1862 coupon bond of the State of North Carolina; printed by J. T. Paterson and Company of Augusta, Georgia, and Charleston, South Carolina; printed in black ink with bond certificate and investment terms in top...
    • Bank of North Carolina ten-dollar note, 1859

    • ; Slaves; Horses; Carts & Wagons; Transportation; Cattle; Cotton
    • Ten-dollar note issued by the Bank of North Carolina on November 1, 1859, and made payable at the bank's branch in Charlotte; engraved and printed by the American Bank Note Company, New York, N.Y.; black and red inks with black Roman numeral ten...
    • Greensborough Mutual Life Insurance one-dollar note, 1856

    • Men; Women; Sewing equipment & supplies; Spinning apparatus; Sailors; Sextants; Mechanics (Persons); Smokestacks; Dogs;
    • One-dollar note, a certificate of deposit, issued to undetermined depositor (handwritten identification faded) by the Greensborough [Greensboro] Mutual Life Insurance and Trust Company, 1856; printed by Danforth, Wright and Company, New York, N.Y.;...
    • North Carolina one-thousand-dollar coupon bond, 1862

    • Women; Ceres (Roman deity); Minerva (Roman deity)
    • One-thousand-dollar 1862 coupon bond of the State of North Carolina; printed by J. T. Paterson and Company of Augusta, Georgia, and Charleston, South Carolina; printed in black ink; certificate at top has elaborate acanthus-leaf border with “1000”...
    • North Carolina three-dollar treasury note, 1863

    • Myths; Goddesses; Ops (Roman deity); Liberty; Cornucopias;
    • Three-dollar 1863 treasury note issued by the State of North Carolina; printed by J. T. Paterson and Company of Augusta, Georgia; black ink with general issue date “1st Jan[uar]y 1863.” in upper right, large “THREE” arching vertically on both ends...
    • North Carolina one-thousand-dollar coupon bond, 1863

    • Liberty; Ops (Roman deity); Wasps' nests; Capitols;
    • One-thousand-dollar unassigned 1863 coupon bond of the State of North Carolina; printed by J. T. Paterson and Company of Augusta, Georgia, and Charleston, South Carolina; printed in black ink with bond certificate andinvestment terms in top portion...
    • 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 Fayetteville one-dollar note, 1855

    • Myths; Goddesses; Liberty cap; Slavery; Ceres (Roman deity); Ops (Roman deity); Agriculture; Sailing Ships
    • One-dollar note issued by the Bank of Fayetteville on November 8, 1855; engraved and printed by Baldwin, Adams and Company, New York, N.Y.; black and red inks with black “ONE” at top-left corner and running vertically along right end, very large...
    • Bank of Fayetteville two-dollar note, 1849

    • Indians of North America; Horses; Carts & Wagons; Transportation; Cats; Plank roads
    • Two-dollar note issued by the Bank of Fayetteville to a “J. E. [Hoyt]” on September 15, 1849; engraved and printed by Durand, Baldwin and Company, New York, N.Y.; black and red inks with black Roman numeral “II” in top-left corner, “TWO” in...
    • Bank of Fayetteville three-dollar note, 1849

    • Railroads; Railroad locomotives; Stern Wheelers; Transportation;
    • Three-dollar note issued by the Bank of Fayetteville to “John Starr” (bank’s president) on December 15, 1849; engraved and printed by Durand, Baldwin and Company, New York, N.Y.; black and red inks with black Roman numeral “III” in top-left corner...
    • Bank of Yanceyville three-dollar note, 1857

    • Myths; Goddesses; Agriculture; Wheat; Industry; Ceres (Roman deity); Factories;
    • Three-dollar note issued by the Bank of Yanceyville on May 15, 1857; dual credit given to Baldwin, Adams and Company, New York, N.Y., and Robert L. Bald and Company of Philadelphia for its engraving and printing; black “3” in top-left corner and...
    • Bank of Cape Fear three-dollar note, ca. 1849

    • Waterwheels; Women; Presidents;
    • Three-dollar note issued by Bank of Cape Fear on January 1, 18[49] and made payable at branch in Asheville, N.C.; engraved and printed by Toppan, Carpenter and Company of Philadelphia; printed in black ink with a “3” in medallions flanking center...
    • 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, 1853

    • Goddesses; Ops (Roman deity); Cornucopias; Metallurgical industry; Shipping; Agriculture; Sailing ships; Bridges; Factories;
    • Three-dollar note payable at the Fayetteville Branch of the Bank of Cape Fear, handwritten date April 6, 1853; engraved and printed by Danforth, Bald and Company of Philadelphia and New York, N.Y; black ink with “3” in varying sizes at or near all...
    • Bank of Fayetteville four-dollar note, 1849

    • Farmers; Horses; Plows; Indians of North America; Warriors; Bows (Archery); Arrows;
    • Four-dollar note issued by the Bank of Fayetteville to assigned recipient (name faded and unreadable) on December 15, 1849; engraved and printed by Durand, Baldwin and Company, New York, N.Y.; black and red inks with black “FOUR” in top-left and...

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