16 Object Results

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2010.21.2.3
paper money
January 10 1865

A one-dollar banknote produced for the Rhode Island Union Bank. Note is printed with images of allegorical figures standing near an American flag, and an eagle below below text reading "INCORPORATE...

12.2
Paper Money
May 1 1862

Ten dollar bank note from the Rhode Island Union Bank. Signed by J.S. Coggeshall and William C. Cozzens. Date on note could be either May 1 or May 7. There is also some illegible writing across the...


Bank note, Merchants Bank $1, remainder note.


A two-dollar banknote produced for the Rhode Island Union Bank. Note includes engravings of ships surrounded by foliage, and a portait of an unidentified 18th-century man. Handwritten and printed t...


A five-dollar banknote produced for the Rhode Island Union Bank. Note includes engravings of an American Indian surrounded by a dog and a horse, and angelic figures holding an anchor emblem. Printe...


Bank note reads:
"Newport, May 15, 1837
This will be received in payment for
Forty Cents,
or redeemed in the Bank Bills of
this town, at the store of"


Bank note reads:
"Newport, May 15, 1837
This will be received in payment for
Twenty-five Cents,
or redeemed in the Bank Bills of
this town, at the store of"


Bank note from Merchants Bank of Newport, $2, contemporary counterfeit. Signed by Peter Sampson (cashier) and Benjamin Howard (President).

2013.30.1
Paper Money
1820 – 1840

Mount Hope Bank $2 remainder bank note, unsigned.


A one-shilling banknote from Newport, Rhode Island, dating to 1786. Note is numbered and signed by hand, and has printed text throughout. A border with scrollwork and birds, as well as an anchor em...


A six-pence banknote from Newport, Rhode Island, dating to 1786. Note is numbered and signed by hand, and has printed text throughout. A border with scrollwork and birds, as well as an anchor emble...


Framed one pound note printed for the state of Rhode Island; both sides are visible in frame. Number '45774' and three signatures are hand-written on the note.


A five-shilling banknote from Massachusetts, dating to 1782. Printed text reads: "MASSACHUSETTS STATE/FIVE SHILLINGS/and six-pence./shall be paid to the Bearer/of this Bill by/the 1st Day of/Decemr...


Paper currency denoting sixty Spanish-milled dollars ("Continental Currency"). The note is supported by "a Resolution passed by Congress at Philadelphia, Sept. 26th, 1778." Note has a printed borde...

2010.21.3.6
paper money
February 17 1776

A one-sixth of a dollar banknote, dating from 1776. Printed text reads: "According to a Resolution of Congress, passed at Philadelphia, February 17, 1776." A detailed border, as well as a sundial w...

2010.21.3.5
paper money
September 1 1775

A one-eighth of a dollar banknote from Rhode Island, dating to 1775. Note is numbered and signed by hand, and has printed text throughout. A border with scrollwork and birds, as well as an anchor e...

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