Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by Wingnut6999, Feb 28, 2020.
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It’s called that because of the back design. That big X looks like some 2X4’s nailed together like a carpenter made a sawhorse.
Ten dollar bills had that and they were called Sawbucks. Twenties were called double sawbucks. I noted that I have never heard the term sawhorse used for the $1 bill.
Two terms that generally mean the same thing. The $10 note gets its nickname from the Roman Numeral X (10) in the corners.
Soon as it's in hand, I'll try some better scans
just want to be as accurate as possible.
The post office always does that do to there routing of mail, i once lived in California
and ordered something from Utah, and it actually went to Chicago before getting
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