Republic of Texas

Also Texas State & Confederate

  15 March 2018

I want to BUY any of the imaged notes on this page.
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**  Star Note  **  Government-Houston  ** Austin Change Notes   **  Austin Red Back  **
**  Medallion  **  Warrants  **
Naval  **  Consolidated Fund  **  Bonds **
  Private Issues  **  County Script  **  Colonial  **  Documents  **  Sheets  **
**  Sam Houston  **  Ranger Related  **  State 1846-61  **  Texas German  **
**  Texas Confederate  **  Duplicate (unlisted)  **  Post War Texas  **  Depression 1933  **
*Late Republic (Bond)*

Forgery Texas Style
The story of Tex Fakes  *  Texas Monthly - March 1989
Rowe-Barr Collection

Republic & State of Texas Currency Collection at SMU

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San Felipe de Austin  $50.00   none in stock

Star Note
- HOUSTON     BUYING:  Star Notes... Any Denomination ... Any Condition!!!
                                                                 Wanted to Buy!      PLEASE QUOTE

$10  Serial #3133  This is a real nice example of the $10 1st Issue Republic of Texas notes.  This note is above average for its Color, Balance & Contrast.  It was cut in half at the Republic Embassy in New Orleans prior to them sending the two halves back to the Texas Treasury.  The left side has a Cut Out with a photo copy replacement of the triangular missing piece taped in.  There are also the Audited & Funded stamps on the right side typical of this series.  Cancelled and taped along the center line, yet it remains Very Fine for condition.  $3,950.00  obv  rev  SOLD    
H7  $50  Serial #   none in stock

Government of Texas HOUSTON   Notes dated 1838 & 39    
Jump to all:    H16 $5     H17 $10    H19 $20    H21 $50

Buying $1, $3 & $5  Any Condition

H14A  $1  #616  This is the Rare Variety of Government $1.00.  Small Stars around Large Star on Shield.  There are approximately 10+/- known to exist of this variety.  I asked John Rowe if this was correct and he said there could be anywhere from 9 to 12 pieces.  This example is actually nicer than many H14 found on the market in that only the right end is dirty.  It has been Cut in Half.  A CoC has been replaced with a photo copy and it also has the two Audited and Funded stamps quite common to early redeemed issues of this series.  There is some light staining from the tape used years ago to hold the two halves together.  This tape was likely put on 60+/- years ago.  With the Cancellations I will call this note VG+.   $3,750.00   obv  rev  closeup of shield     SOLD  Shipped & Received
H15  $3  #           none in stock

H16  $5  #            none in stock
H17  #    
H17A  $10  #    none in stock

H18  $20  #    none in stock       
  Comparison Image of  Shield & Star  &c  between H19 and H19b variety    H19/H19b    H19 is incomplete framing at 20 and star with light uneven lines.  H19b has precise lines around 20 and heavier lines outline Star.
H19a  $20  #    none in stock       
H19b  $20  #228  Dunlap / Lamar  Well above average Jan 23, 1839.  The Serial Number & Date were written with a Red ink and they have faded over the years.  There is light discoloration along the right end most likely from handling  This is a Very Nice Bright & White note.  CC, VF+, $495.00  obv  rev            
H20  $20  #   none in stock

All four (4) varieties of $50 Government: Image    Closeup of the Sailor:  Image
H21  $50  #  small star ~ none in stock
H21A  $50  #  Smith/Houston    none in stock
H21A  $50  #718  Dunlap/Lamar  Reasonably clean with nice contrast.  CC, Fine+  $455.00  obv  rev   
H21A  $50  #3116  Dunlap/Lamar  Nice color & contrast.  Close cut top, CC, F/VF-  $485.00  obv  rev       
H21B  $50  #1095 Smith/Houston  Another note that is embossed "Charles F. Gunther Memorial Chicago Historical Society".  Wikipedia  This is the scarcer "white drape".  CC, F  $575.00  obv  rev            
H21C  $50 #1769  Dunlap/Lamar  Scarce solid smoke variety.  Nice balance, CC, Fine  $475.00  obv  rev     
H21C  $50  #1338  Dunlap/Lamar  Solid Smoke Small Water Stain, ink stain rev.  CC, VF-  $575.00  obv  rev       

MEDALLION Issue  -  Houston  

Buying Medallion Notes - Any Condition!

There are two variety for each denomination..    
H22/23  $1  none in stock
H24/25  $2  none in stock
H26/27  $3  none in stock

Consolidated Fund of Texas    See Late Republic 1st Class Bond (manuscript)

        Cataloging Consolidated Fund notes can be confusing!  You actually need both Criswell & Shull references to figure out what you have and even then you might not be able to figure out which variety you actually have.  If you have questions about the cataloging of any CF note don't hesitate to write me for my opinion.  If I don't have an answer for you, I will contact Mike Stair for his opinion.  I consider Mike to be the foremost authority on Consolidated Fund notes.  
        I will do my best to explain what variety I'm offering and why I've assigned a number that might not be found in Criswell or Shull.  There are listings that don't exist in Criswell as well as Shull and others that have yet to be assigned a number by Shull.  

HOUSTON        none in stock
CF 1     $100  #430  Red ink was used for the serial numbers and name on this note and has faded out over time.  I have always considered this the most common of Consolidated Fund issues; but, to be honest, this is the first CF1 I've handled in more than 2 or 3 years.  This is the only variety of this layout with the second name inside a closed rectangular area.  The name found on this document is Henry Trott.  Henry Trott was a surveyor and located many 640 acre tracts that were transferred with Land Script.  He apparently was also a merchant.  I find quite a few Audited Drafts where he was the Assignee of a soldier for Military Pay & transfers of Land.  He also sold a horse to a Captain of Cavalry for use by the Military.  Very Choice & the CC is hard to see, AU/CU  $275.00  obv  rev    SOLD
CF 10   $100  #

AUSTIN      none in stock
CF14  $100 

Republic of Texas      
Austin  Change Notes:     A1 $1    A2  $2    A3  $3   
These notes have blank reverses 
There may be archival tape closing cuts as well as pin-holes I do not mention in my descriptions.

A1    $1    

A1  $1  #5185  This note is from the last printing where the paper was similar to "onion skin" and tended to turn a bit dark over time.  This note is graded Very Good 8 (Net) by PMG.  I call the note Fine and certainly no worse the Fine (-) minus.  They likely downgraded it a bit because of three ink burns along the top border.  There is one thing that makes this note stand out.  This note is not cancelled.  Scarce, Fine (-), $325.00   obv  rev       SOLD    
A1   $1  #6102  Nice Balance, Color & Contrast.  Very pleasing CC, Very Fine +,  $495.00  obv  rev     SOLD       
A1   $1  #281  Beautiful Note!  Great Color, Contrast & Balance!  CC, Ch AU+,  $850.00  obv  rev           

  A2    $2   

A2  $2  #8978  Nice average circulated specimen, decent color & contrast.  CC, F+  $725.00  obv  rev    
A2  $2  #139    Slightly better than average, tight cut bottom left.  CC, F++  $775.00  obv  rev          
A2  $2  #1160  Choice White Color, Contrast & Balance.  Closed CC, $1,075.00  obv  rev   Sending to PCGS 
A2  $2  #312    Choice Bright White, Great Contrast & Balance.  CC, Very Fine+  $1,250.00  obv  rev     
A2  $2  #987    Choice Bright White, Great Contrast & Balance.  CC, Ch AU  $1,600.00  obv  rev         HOLD              

  A3    $3    

A3  $3  #1086  Bright, Near White, Close cut Bottom border.  Closed CC, VF  $995.00  obv  rev                
Red Backs
   A4 $5   A5 $10   A6 $20   A7 $50   A8 $100   A9 $500

Large 5 Pointed Star with T*E*X*A*S between the points
                             The color is actually a Burnt-Orange

There may be archival tape closing cuts as well as pin-holes I do not mention in my descriptions.

 A4    $5          
    * A small lot of simply wonderful Republic $5 Notes!! 
A4  $5  #2762  Extremely Choice & Superb.  CC, Ch AU  $1,150.00  obv  rev           SOLD
A4  $5  #2888  Extremely Choice & Superb,  CC, Ch AU/UNC  $1,250.00  obv  rev       SOLD    
A4  $5  #2885  Extremely Choice & Superb,  CC, Ch AU/CU  $1,450.00  obv  rev        SOLD
            A5    $10      

A5  $10  #4825  Well balanced with sharp color & contrast.  CC,  Fine   $460.00  obv  rev         
A5  $10  #1614  Nice balance, color & contrast.  Above Average, CC, F/VF  $495.00  obv  rev      
A5  $10  #4373  Well balanced, sharp color & contrast.  Closed CC, XF+  $$750.00  obv  rev   Sending to PCGS 
A6    $20       

A6  $20  #5850  Really nice Color, Balance & Contrast.  CC, VF  $465.00  obv  rev       
A6  $20  #5795  Very Choice, Fully Bordered,  CC, XF/AU  $575.00  obv  rev    SOLD       
A6  $20  #2248  Nice Color & Contrast.  Willis red ink rev.  CC, VF  $455.00  obv  rev   
A6  $20  #2671  Another with, Nice Color & Contrast.  CC, VF  $485.00  obv  rev          HOLD

  A7    $50       

A7  $50  #4692  Very Choice & evenly balanced example, embossed "Charles F. Gunther Memorial Chicago Historical Society",  Wikipedia  CC, XF  $450.00  obv  rev              SOLD       
A7  $50  #2147  An evenly circulated specimen.  Average Plus, CC, VF  $450.00  obv  rev        

A8    $100         

  $100  #1229  Thin back from mount, still Nice Balance & Contrast.  CC, VG/F  $925.00  obv  rev   SOLD 
A8  $100  #1335  Great balance & decent color.  Closed CC,  VF(-)  $1,275.00  obv  rev   SOLD   
A8  $100  #1604  Very Choice with Great Balance, Color & Contrast.  CC, AU, or better  $2,250.00  obv  rev             

A9    $500      

A9  $500  #43  Extremely Bright with wonderful Color & Contrast.  The top right corner was missing and a small piece of another note added to make it look balanced.  CC, Fine (+) plus  $3,500.00  obv  rev     SOLD
A9  $500  #1198  This Scarce note exhibits Great Color, Contrast & Balance.  There are a few tiny pinholes in the body of the paper.  There are a couple ink smears and some smeared numbers on the back.  No problems at all with this specimen.  It should 3rd Party grade, CC, VF20 or better.   CC, VF  $7,750.00  obv  rev     SOLD      
Private Issues:  Business or Bank  
These are fully issued notes.  They usually show up as remainders. 
Kelsey H. Douglas - payable, Nacogdoches, TX and/or New Orleans   [Sheets issued as 1123  &  2235]       
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Bank of Texas "The Commercial & Agricultural", Columbia   $1.00  Daniel Boone vignette at left.    
                    none in stock

Warrants:    SPECIAL FILE
Provisional,  V=Velasco,  C=Columbia,  HW=Houston,  AW=Austin,  W=Washington  
Records of most of these warrants are housed at the Texas State Library & Archive (Information)

Find Research Links from my Home Page or here
Republic of Texas Claims will take you to  the research area or go there from here.   
Search Texas State Historical Association * WHO * from Research page or go directly from here.

First Issue of Warrants and/or Certificates   Wanted To Buy
                                                    None in stock
If a location isn't shown, it must be determined by Date!
(Shull)  is  P2 (Criswell)  are ~ San Felipe de Austin      <--  Rare   
P1 (Criswell) is  P4 (Shull)  are ~ Washington on the Brazos   <--   Extremely Rare     

VELASCO - Second Issue of Warrants and/or Certificates     Wanted To Buy   
V4  #110  $29.31  1st Dec 1836.  This Certificate is made to F (Francis) Woodhouse for 25 days from Nov 7th to Dec 1st 1836.  There are no papers in the Texas Archive for this certificate.  I was only able to find one for 5 August 1837 for $33.60 to Francis Woodhouse and another that was dated 29 Nov 1837 where Thomas J Green was his assignee.  It was issued to Green at the similar amount of $29.21.  There is some history on this soldier in that file.  The note is hard to read but it says that Francis Woodhouse was fourth Sergent 1st Regiment Ky (Kentucky) Volunteers and that he entered service on the first day of August 1836.  He was honorably discharged after three month.  Woodhouse was born in Amsterdam Holland and his residence was then in the State of Louisiana.  It lists his occupation but I can't make it out.  Looks like it says "tar burner".  He was 5'4" tall with light complexion with dark hair and blue eyes.  Dated at Camp Robertson 24 October 1836.  Signed by Jerome B. Robertson, Captain and James L. Holmes, Major of the Ky. Volunteers.   I have found that many documents from just after San Jacinto through the Columbia period are missing; or they are in bad shape making them hard to read.  This Certificate was signed by J W Scott as "Acting" Paymaster and by George W. Poe, Paymaster General.  The document is then countersigned across the face by J. W. Scott as Paymaster T.A. (Texas Army).  On the back it says "Pay Woodhouse or Bearer".  Above that "Pay to Thos J Green" and then below it he signed "F Woodhouse".  This would have to be Thomas Jefferson Green.  Private citizen, Lieutenant,  Captain, Colonel and later General.  This document also states that his service was in Captain Snell's Co E Regular Infantry.  Similar to Shull's Plate note found on page 332 in his book finds another man who was in the same Snell's Co E.  That note was countersigned by Bernard Bee, Sec War.  This is the first V4 I've handled in a number of years!  The paper is a bit aged (darker) but it is still quite crisp.  VF, $465.00  obv  cut  rev  cut   SOLD   
(Copies of four [4] documents in the Texas Archive accompany this document)

COLUMBIA - Third Issue of Warrants and/or Certificates     Wanted To Buy   
C(Unl#1356  $48.00   Dec 7th, 1836  T. F. Risk  "Six" Months and Days services  Robertson's Company from the 6th of June to the Sixth of December.  Risk was due $48.00 for his military service; but, he had an outstanding debt of $30 to Shreve & Grayson for board (room & food) @ $2 per day while waiting at Velasco on or about the first days of his enlistment.  He signed a document dated Sept 6th, 1836 that says in part, "I hereby authorize J.M. Shreve Esqr to settle my account against the Government and receipt in my name for this sum to the Auditor. The Auditor will please pay ??? (probably Shreve) the first money due me for services in the country Thirty Dollars the amount of the ?? account".  The other documents reflect the payment to Shreve & Grayson and the balance of $18 paid to T.F. Rick.  This is a real nice example.  It has no ink burns or repairs.  Extremely Choice AU,  $425.00  obv  rev    SOLD              
(This Certificate is not shown or described in Criswell or Shull.  The seller listed it as "Unknown, Close to C2D".  Olson images one and called it Unlisted and I believe gave it #257)    

 #1070  $72.00  Nov 23rd 1836  Edward Miles  "Six" Months and Days services Pratts Company from 18th May until Eighteenth Nov 1836.  This Certificate was exchanged for Auditor Draft #1144 on the same day, Nov 23, 1836.  Edward Miles fought at San Jacinto.  He was born Natchez, MS in 1816 and came to Texas in 1829 with his father.  Their farm was on Old River (Today I-10 about a mile before Trinity River).  The Mississippi Volunteers went back to Natchez on May 2nd.  Miles joined the Kentucky Volunteers on March 10th.  Edward Miles served in the Army of Texas from February 22nd to November 22nd 1836.  He was issued a Land Bounty Certificate No. 10073 for 960 acres of land and his San Jacinto Donation Certificate was No. 568.  It was issued January 26, 1841.  He filed for a Texas Pension 5th Oct 1870 for his service to the Republic and it was granted December 22nd 1870 for the amount of $250.  A number of copies of records accompany this document.  Bright White XF/AU  $425.00  obv  rev 
C2D  #1401  $164.28  Dec 9th 1836  John Smith  for two months and 8 days service in the Texas Army.  On the back is this statement, "I hereby transfer the within to the bearer (signed) John Smith".  This signature matches exactly the photo-copy of a document found in his file dated March 1837.  This document is an affidavit filed in Matagorda TX that states he was "late a Captain in the second Regiment of Infantry in the Regular Army of Texas from 13th February 1836 to 21st June in the same year.  Mr. Smith was a member of Captain Robert J Calder's Brazoria Company at San Jacinto.  On June 30 1838 he was issued donation certificate No.399 for 640 acres of land for having participated in the battle. He was also assigned another 640 acres for being part of the Army from February 25th to August 6th.  I am including a number of copies with this document as well as a copy of L.W. Kemp's Bio Sketch from the San Jacinto archive.  This document is White & Choice VF/XF  $425.0obv  rev  cut of signature     SOLD    

HOUSTON - Fourth Issue of Warrants  

HW6  #7549  January 2nd 1838  $25.00  Able A Chapman.  Entirely hand drawn & written.  These warrants are quite scarce and more so this nice.  A copy of the receipt for this amount says "I hereby certify that Able A. Chapman is entitled to twenty five dollars pay for anchor cabels (sic) & rope furnished to the Port of Galveston as per voucher now on file in this office QM (Quartermaster) Dept."  Dated at Houston 9th Decbr 1837.  Bearing signatures of P W Humphreys Chief Clerk QM Dept. and affirmed by Barnard Bee Sec of War.  Cancelled is written twice across the face of the Warrant.  On the back is found the signature of A.A Chapman who likely endorsed it over to someone else.  Under his name is found the statement, "Paid in for Taxes Novr 1st 1841 Geo Stevens".  There is one tiny split at the center crease that does no harm.  Great Balance & Contrast, ic, Very Fine  $795.00  obv  rev  endorsements  SOLD      
HW7  #7742  January 22nd 1838  $78.00  John A Newland assignee of L Levy.  Lewis A Levy was a merchant.  The official copies in the Texas Archive state that this $78 was made for Levy for "six Barrels of Buckwheat Flour" at $13 per all on an order from the Secretary of War of this Republic for the supply of a volunteer corps at this place, to be charged according to said order, to the government, for which this receipt is sufficient voucher."  Dated and signed at Brazoria Feb. 21, 1837 by Jozef Freon, Commissioner at Columbia Acting on Special Order of Sec of War.  I have researched John A Newland further and discovered he was also a merchant.  He is listed as the "Assignee" on quite a number of soldier pay vouchers.  I later found him receiving payment for "Rice & Blankets" (15/lb & $7ea) from a $50,000 appropriation "for the purpose of raising a Cavalry Corps".  One horizontal and two vertical fold this warrant Warrant is in very nice condition.  Light ink cancellation, XF+  $245.00  obv  rev  cut signature    SOLD     
HW9  #8397  April 11, 1838  $59.00  Gideon L Murphy  This is the 3rd & last pay warrant to Gideon L. Murphy.  He enlisted in the Texian Army Oct 17, 1836 as Private 2nd Regiment and he was Discharged on 24 March 1838.  His pay was for two tours of duty in the Army and this warrant was the balance due for Rations & Clothing under terms of enlistment.  ic, Fine  $225.00   obv  rev     SOLD
HW9B  #8910  May 14th 1838  $132.80  (the handwriting only says One Hundred Thirty Two ~, the cents were not recorded)  William H. Watson.  There is a copy of a Houston Certificate in the file which I've never seen before.  "This Certificate Entitles Wm Watson to pay from the date of the last payment made him to January 20th 1838, as a Sergeant in Captain Jordan's Company D 2nd Regiment Private Volunteers attached to the 1st Regiment Cavalry, Entered the Services February 18th 1837.  War Department Houston May 14th 1838 and signed by Barnard Bee Sec of War.  The cover page lists an original Warrant and then at the very bottom it says, "additional pay A Draft 8910 L", approved by Francis R. Lubbock Comptroller.  A couple light ink smears on front & back.  The Warrant is signed twice on back by Wm H Watson.  Cancelled through Lubbock signature.  ic, Very Fine  $225.00  obv  rev  cut     SOLD  
HW10  #
HW12  #

-Fifth Issue of Warrants  [*  The image with AW2A in Criswell is incorrect.  He shows another AW2.]   

AW    no early Austin Warrants in stock at this time
Naval Appropriation:   3 to sheet [ $50  $25  $25 ]  numbered consecutively  
Sheet     #  none in stock   
AW3     $25  #  none in stock
AW3A  $25  #  none in stock
AW4     $50  #  none in stock
AW5B  #
AW11a  #             

Take this link for more Austin Warrants:  State 1846-1861    

WASHINGTON - Sixth Issue of Warrants   

W4  #     none in stock              
W5  #     none in stock 
W6  (not AW9A)  #2648  April 28th 1845  $100.00  Thos G Western.  Western was Superintendent of Indian Affairs.  The warrant states it was for "Indian Affairs".  It also says "Drawn on a requisition of the President to be charged as a bond". The document that is found in Western's file says it was "Drawn on Requisition for Indian Affairs".  Found on the back is this statement, "The Collector at Galveston will receive this warrant for dues from Missrs Torry & Bro in the Customs House 28th April 1845".  The signature is that of William Beck Ochiltree who was Secretary of the Treasury.  The back is also endorsed by T. G. Western.  This warrant was cancelled by a very light X at center.  This is the first Washington Warrant I can recall seeing that doesn't have the word Washington after Treasury Department.  It was listed as AW9A by the previous owner as Austin Warrants don't mention the Capitol.  However, the receipt for this document in the Texas Archives says this payment was receipted at Washington.  There is a 9 April 1845 record and a May 9 record for Thomas G. Western's Pay and both of them were signed by Anson Jones then President of the Republic at Washington.  This is a very nice example.  ic, Choice AU  $450.00  obv  rev  cut       
W6A  #1442  February 2nd 1844  $132.00  Shadrach W. Pipkin  Pay as Door Keeper & Sergeant at Arms of the Senate.  The documents for this man show him owed $300 from Dec 24, 1843 to Feb 5, 1844.  Also, he was paid with two (2) different drafts of $132 & $168.  This paper is Watermarked!  His signature is found on the back.  This warrant is quite nice with "Paid" at center.  ic, AU  $210.00  obv  rev   SOLD           
W6A  #1445  Feb 7, 1844  Thomas Johnson (aka Ramrod Johnson)  W.H. Cushney, assignee (endorsed).  Pay for printing for the 8th Congress.  Newspaper Publisher & Printer w/Copies of material in State Archive.  The paper is Watermarked, ic, XF  $215.00  obv  rev  cut    SOLD                
W6A  #1744  May 18, 1844  Thomas Johnson  Staunch supporter of Sam Houston's policies and as result was also known as Ramrod Johnson.  Newspaper Publisher,   ic, XF  $235.00  obv  rev     SOLD
W8  #1932  July 22nd, 1844  Wm E Jones  $364.39  aka "Fiery Jones"  Lawyer, Congressman.  Taken prisoner 1842 in San Antonio by Adrian Woll.  4th District Judge.  He was opposed to Secession yet served two years as Captain of a Confederate Frontier Company.  There is a light ink cancelled "Paid".  To be paid "in Par" means to provide coin or curreny without discount.  High quality paper with one light center fold, ic, Choice AU  $225.00  obv  rev  cut  SOLD     

BONDS & STOCKS    Request Reverse Images

Government of Texas - Houston
 Bond   none in stock   
$100  #   
$500  #     
Republic of Texas - Austin   Certificate of Stock   (cataloged as bond)   none in stock   
$100  #
$500  #

Texian Loan         none in stock

Republic:  none in stock

State:(Civil War)   
State of Texas (approx ~ Feb 1846 to Feb 1861)    
AW14a      none in stock   

SAM HOUSTON      also recognized as    Texas Ranger warrants
AW16  (formerly Cr58)  See AW16 / TW64 for Civil War issues
Sam Houston signed the back of these Texas Ranger documents as Governor.

AW16 / TW58   #
      none in stock        

Special Treasury Warrant
Texas Confederate Warrants   
TW1  #
TW4A  #  
TW7  #
TW7A  #
TW11A  #
TW17  #
TW26B1  #
TW31B  #

Texas Ranger   _  Warrants:  Also See Sam Houston
AW16 / TW64   #

Duplicate & Triplicate Warrants - Unlisted!  No Reference Number   
        none in stock

Post War Texas
TW unlisted  (TW79)  For the time being I'm going to call this Certificate Texas Warrant #79.  TW80, which are usually dated 1868, are the documents we see from time to time.  The example of TW80 in Shull has written Act/Order date of 13 March 1868 and the document is titled, like most other warrants, TREASURY WARRANT.  Some I have images of in my files have "Order Date" in 1869.  This item is different in that it has the title:  Fractional Certificate, of Public Debt, under Act of November 9th, 1866.  This warrant is said to be Fundable in "six per cent Bonds".  I don't recall having ever seen one of these before.  That doesn't mean it's Rare.  There could be a horde of them out there somewhere.  Like Early State documents, post-War warrants haven't been recorded in any reference, other than the TW80.  This is a Remainder and while it is unissued I will call it an Au/Cu with some light handling to be more precise.  Interesting Specimen,  $125.00  obv  rev        


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