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The Adrian Insurance Company Will pay on demand three dollars to bearer at their Banking House. Multiple engravings including female portrait, train, and dog guarding a locked chest holding a key.

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Office of the South Carolina Rail Road Charleston S.C. Receivable as Three Dollars in all payments to the South Carolina Rail Road Company. Multiple engravings including female figure and port scene with ships, train, and horse-drawn cart.

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Geauga Insurance Compy. Promises to pay the bearer on demand five dollars at Painesville, July 19, 1889. Multiple engravings, including a Native American figure, trains with male and female figures, and a dog guarding a locked chest holding a key.

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The Geauga Insurance Company promises to pay to the bearer on demand three dollars. Multiple engravings, including a ship, female and male figures, and a dog guarding a locked chest holding a key.

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Pay to Luke J. Whitfield or bearer one dollar in Confederate states treasury notes, when presented in sums of five dollars. Reverse shows reuse of old paper currency.

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The Augusta Insurance and Banking Co. will pay seventy five cents to bearer on demand, in Confederate treasury notes, when the sum of five dollars is presented. Image of eagle. Reverse shows reuse of old paper currency.

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This is to certify that S.? Jones has deposited twenty five cents in this company, payable to him or bearer, in current funds, when certificates to the amount of one or more dollars are presented. Image of an angel with wings, and a rose.

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The Augusta Insurance and Banking Company will pay twenty dollars to the bearer on demand. The Augusta Insurance and Banking Company will pay twenty dollars to the bearer on demand. The Augusta Insurance and Banking Company will pay fifty dollars to…

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This is to certify that T.C. Orr has deposited with this institution ten dollars which will be paid on demand to bearer. Multiple engravings, including a female figure, and a male figure, in agricultural scenes, a ship, and a female figure.

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The Western Exchange Fire and Marine Insurance Co. will pay one dollar to the bearer on demand. Deposited by Bishop Hill Colony. The Western Exchange Fire and Marine Insurance Co. will pay two dollars to the bearer on demand. Deposited by Bishop Hill…

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The Planters Insurance Trust and Loan Company will pay fifty cents to bearer Ben. E. Green for company. Payment secured by State or Confederate bonds held in trust by the treasurer of the State of Georgia.

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The Planters Insurance Trust and Loan Company will pay ten cents to bearer Ben. E. Green for company. Payment secured by Confederate bonds held in trust by the treasurer of the State of Georgia.

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Pay the bearer one dollar in current funds, when ten dollars or its multiple is presented. Receivable for stage fare on all lines in Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas; and for postage on most of them. Image of a phoenix in…

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The Michigan Insurance Bank will pay to the bearer on demand one dollar. Five dollars will be paid to the bearer by the Michigan Insurance Bank on demand. Two pieces of currency still attached as one sheet. Decorative numbers on reverse of each bill.

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The Michigan Insurance Bank will pay to the bearer on demand one dollar.

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Secured by individual liability. Five dollars will be paid to the bearer by the Michigan Insurance Company on demand.

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This certifies two dollars has been deposited in this office payable to ? On demand in the notes of specie paying banks. Multiple engravings, including an image of Andrew Jackson, cows in a field, a dog, male figures working in a field, and a female…

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The president and directors for the Kentucky Insurance Company promise to pay ? or bearer on demand ten dollars. Multiple engravings, including an image of a female figure.

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This is to certify that ? has deposited fifty cents in this company, payable to him or bearer in current funds, when certificates to the amount of one or more dollars are presented. Image of a female figure and a lamp. Green patterned background.

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This is to certify that ? has deposited fifty cents in this company, payable to him or bearer in current funds, when certificates to the amount of one or more dollars are presented. Image of a female figure and a lamp. Green patterned background.

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This certifies that ? has deposited two dollars in this company, payable to him or bearer in current funds, on return of this certificate. Multiple engravings, including an image of Andrew Jackson, and a female figure in front of an agricultural…

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The Cherokee Insurance and Banking Company will pay one dollar to bearer on demand. Multiple engravings, including an image of a female figure, possibly Native American, with a bow and arrows.

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Columbus Life and General Insurance Company will pay to bearer in Confederate states treasury notes when presented in sums of five dollars or its multiple seventy five cents. Authorized by law. Image of a female figure in water, and a horse. Reverse…

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Columbus Life and General Insurance Company will pay to bearer in Confederate states treasury notes when presented in sums of five dollars or its multiple fifty cents. Authorized by law. Image of a male figure in a canoe, and a bale of hay.

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Columbus Life and General Insurance Company will pay to bearer in Confederate states treasury notes when presented in sums of five dollars or its multiple twenty five cents. Authorized by law. Image of George Washington, and a male figure with a…