Before federal paper money debuted during the Civil War, thousands of state-chartered banks issued their own with a vast variety of unique and beautiful designs. Known as “obsolete bank notes,” this early American currency featuring magnificent engraved illustrations is a fast-growing segment of paper money collecting.
You can now own 1839 $5 and $10 obsolete notes issued over 175 years ago by the short-lived Mississippi and Alabama Real Estate Banking Company in Decatur, MS. Each note depicts a cotton plant, bears the inscription <span style="font-variant:small-caps;">stock secured by real estate and to be paid in cotton</span> and is hand-numbered, hand-dated and hand-signed. The $10 note features a maiden at a commercial seaport - order today!
- Year: 1839
- Denomination: $10
- Product Type: Single Products