United States $20.00 (twenty dollars) national currency

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Title: United States $20.00 (twenty dollars) national currency

County of Origin: Fannin County

Place of Issue: Honey Grove

Currency Type: National Bank Note

Denomination: $20.00

Bank Issuer: The First National Bank of Honey Grove

Imprint: Bureau of Engraving & Printing; Treasy. Dept.

Bank Charter Number: 2867

Date Issued: Jan. 29, 1883.

Series: 1882 Brown Back

Vignette: Recto (L) Battle of Lexington (R) Loyalty. Verso (L) Arms of Texas (R) 'U. S.'

Notes: This $20.00 National Bank Note was issued in Honey Grove in 1883 by the First National Bank of Honey Grove. Bank serial number: 4233. Treasury serial number: V158676.

Signatures: B. K. Bruce Register of the Treasury.; Jas Gilfillan Treasurer of the United States.; [illegible] Cashier.; [illegible] Underwood President.

Dimensions: 8 x 18 cm

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