10 Dollar 1914 - A (Boston)

10 Dollar 1914 - A (Boston) 10 Dollar 1914 - A (Boston) 10 Dollar 1914 - A (Boston)
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General Description Federal Reserve Note. This "promised" that the United States of America will pay to the Bearer (pls bold bearer) 10 Dollars. It was authorized by the Federal Reserve Act of December 23, 1913 and was printed as Series of 1914. It bears serial number A6696798A and is "assigned" to the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Massachusetts. It is signed by ohn Burke (?) as Treasurer of the United States, and ___ McAdoo as Secretary of the Treasury. (check fact and explain more in the Article) that McAdoo, was the First Secretary of the Treasury who signed these notes as such.
Front Description A Portrait of Andrew Jackson is on the front of this bill. The portrait is surrounded at the bottom by “leaves of wheat” to signify _____. (Explain more about this and other symbols in the article.
Back Description This Note is one of the first, if not the first, Federal Reserve Note to have a very beautiful, allegorical, and intricate design on the back of the note. The left side of the bill depicts two pairs of horses (with one man riding them to help steer them) along with 2 men behind making sure that the hay was being properly “bailed.” “Over the great divide and on the right hand side, one sees the modern machinery beginning to form the new “industrial” world taking hold in the United States of America at this time. (Please see article for further information regarding this matter.) (note gold clause)
Catalog code P#360b
Material Paper
Printed by United States Bureau of Engraving & Printing (BEP)
Catalog prices VG $100.00   VF $225.00   UNC $4000.00  

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