Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by Collecting Nut, Feb 25, 2021.
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Very nice to say the least. Congrats on having them in your collection.
And no serial numbers. Does that mean the note was never issued? Love the art work on them.
Unlikely to have been fully issued. It’s possible it could still circulate; I own a Mexico Sonora peso note where over 95% of existing notes are uncirculated unissued remainders.
Sometimes the remainders find their way into circulation but it’s rare
anyways, I don’t believe the OP note was a circulating issues and I doubt many, if any, actually traded hands
Never issued would be correct.
The last State issued paper money was issued in Mississippi in 1896, after the Governor was arrested in 1894 because the currency looked too close to the United States federal issues they changed the design of the warrants with the 1896 issue and then stopped issuing the notes.
Fascinating, it never ceases to amaze me how long some notes were able to last in circulation.
I doubt this really circulated without signatures etc - but not sure.
I found a couple of sites that have info concerning your TRR Co. note:
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