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Here are the Notes that Jesse James took from the Liberty, Mo. Bank in 1866

Here are the Notes that Jesse James took from the Liberty, Mo. Bank in 1866

Confederate States Paper Money

Confederate States Paper Money

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1862 One Dollar 1 Bill Somerset & Worcester Bank Obsolete Currency Note | eBay

1862 One Dollar 1 Bill Somerset & Worcester Bank Obsolete Currency Note | eBay

Obsolete bank note, 1857, Bank of Morgan, Morgan, Georgia

Obsolete bank note, 1857, Bank of Morgan, Morgan, Georgia

2 Dollar Bank Note, Maine,  1861. The central image on this bank note depicts workers at one of the many cotton mills in Lowell, Massachusetts.

2 Dollar Bank Note, Maine, 1861. The central image on this bank note depicts workers at one of the many cotton mills in Lowell, Massachusetts.

Obsolete bank note & private scrip issued by State ~ New York

Obsolete bank note & private scrip issued by State ~ New York

Obsolete bank note, 1858, Bank of Greensborough, Greensborough, Georgia

Obsolete bank note, 1858, Bank of Greensborough, Greensborough, Georgia

1800s Ten Dollar 10 Bill Canal Banking Co New Orleans Remainder Obsolete Note | eBay

1800s Ten Dollar 10 Bill Canal Banking Co New Orleans Remainder Obsolete Note | eBay

Yesterday’s Papers | Confederate money

Yesterday’s Papers | Confederate money

Obsolete Bank Note - $2 Bank of Greensborough, Georgia

Obsolete Bank Note - $2 Bank of Greensborough, Georgia

missouri 1930s | Safeway, Liberty, Mo., circa 1930.  Oh my goodness!  When I remember Liberty's Safeway, it wasn't on the Square...it was where the Hillcrest thrift shop is now.  This is so cool!

missouri 1930s | Safeway, Liberty, Mo., circa 1930. Oh my goodness! When I remember Liberty's Safeway, it wasn't on the Square...it was where the Hillcrest thrift shop is now. This is so cool!

I've always liked old paper currency. While my bank account doesn't allow for me to have any Confederate banknotes in my small collection, I find them fascinating. They say so much about the era. This Missouri Defense Bond was issued by the state's Confederate government in exile to pay the Missouri State Guard. It isn't signed so it was probably never issued. Note the steamboat. Missouri provided access to the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers, vital trading routes that both sides wanted.

I've always liked old paper currency. While my bank account doesn't allow for me to have any Confederate banknotes in my small collection, I find them fascinating. They say so much about the era. This Missouri Defense Bond was issued by the state's Confederate government in exile to pay the Missouri State Guard. It isn't signed so it was probably never issued. Note the steamboat. Missouri provided access to the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers, vital trading routes that both sides wanted.