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    • Belt with UNC buckle, ca. 1924

    • Belts (Clothing); Memorabilia
    • Black leather belt with silver-tone buckle, ca. 1924. Buckle is relief-style, with University seal and the Latin motto "LUX LIBERTAS" on the front. The clasp on the buckle bears the words "JENKINS / 20 W. Redwood St. Baltimore, MD." The belt...
    • Medal, UNC Philanthropic Society, brass, ca. 1885

    • Jewelry; Memorabilia; Medals; Student organizations
    • Brass UNC Philanthropic Society medal, ca. 1885. [Medal belonged to a graduate from the Class of 1887.] Medal is in the shape of a Maltese Cross design with "PHILANTHROPIC SOCIETY," "JAM" [Joseph A. Morris, Jr.] engraved on obverse. "LIBERTAS ET...
    • Bank of Washington fifty-dollar note, 1855

    • Myths; Goddesses; Liberty; Liberty cap; Slavery; Cattle herding; Horses; Dogs; Railroads; Bridges; Steeples;
    • Fifty-dollar note issued to "J. H. McCluer" by the Bank of Washington on June 8, 1855; engraved and printed by Danforth, Wright and Company of Philadelphia and New York, N.Y.; black ink with tapering "Fifty" in top-left corner, "50" in starburst...
    • North Carolina five-dollar treasury note, 1863

    • Myths; Goddesses; Liberty; Liberty cap; Sailing ships; Piers & wharves; Buildings;
    • Five-dollar 1863 treasury note issued by the State of North Carolina; printed by the firm of J. T. Paterson and Company, Augusta, Georgia; note’s face printed in black and red inks, black “5” within medallion in top-right corner and “FIVE” in...
    • Bank of Clarendon five-dollar note, 1860

    • Myths; Goddesses; Ops (Roman deity); Liberty; Liberty cap;
    • Five-dollar note issued by Bank of Clarendon in Fayetteville on August 1, 1860; engraved and printed by the American Bank Note Company, New York, N.Y.; black and red inks with "5" encircled or highlighted in red circular designs in three corners, a...
    • Bank of Clarendon five-dollar note, 1861

    • Myths; Goddesses; Ceres (Roman deity);
    • Five-dollar note issued by Bank of Clarendon in Fayetteville on August 1, 1861; engraved and printed by the American Bank Note Company, New York, N.Y.; black and red inks with “5” encircled or highlighted in red circular designs in three corners, a...
    • Bank of Clarendon five-dollar note, 1855

    • Goddesses; Wheat; Agriculture; Axes; Liberty; Ops (Roman deity); Barrels; Crates;
    • Five-dollar note issued by Bank of Clarendon in Fayetteville to a “J. W. Strange” on November 1, 1855; engraved and printed by Danforth, Wright and Company of Philadelphia and New York, N.Y.; black and red inks with large red “FIVE” overprint in...
    • 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...
    • North Carolina five-dollar treasury note, 1862

    • Myths; Goddesses; Women; Commerce; Liberty; Sailing ships;
    • Five-dollar treasury note issued by the State of North Carolina on February 15, 1862; printed by the firm of J. Manouvrier in New Orleans, Louisiana; note’s face printed in black, large “FIVE” running vertically and reading upward at left end and...
    • North Carolina five-dollar treasury note, 1862

    • Ops (Roman deity); Goddesses; Myths; Liberty; Railroads;
    • Five-dollar treasury note issued by the State of North Carolina on March 1, 1862; printed by the firm of J. Manouvrier in New Orleans, Louisiana; note’s face printed in black, large “FIVE” running vertically and reading upward at left end 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...
    • Medal with UNC seal

    • Awards; Medals; Emblems
    • Medal with UNC seal. The medal bears an engraved inscription in its outer ring: "DISTINGUISHED SERVICE MEDAL / GENERAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION." Engraved in the inner ring is "UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA / CHAPEL HILL." In the inner circle is the...
    • 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...
    • 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 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 Cape Fear ten-dollar note, 1853

    • Myths; Goddesses; Ops (Roman deity); Justice; Liberty cap; Ships; Railroads;
    • Ten-dollar note issued by Bank of Cape Fear in 1853 and made payable at the bank's branch in Washington, N.C.; engraved and printed by Danforth, Bald and Company of Philadelphia and New York, N.Y.; black ink with large "X's" at top-left and...
    • 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...

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