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**Star Note** 1891 Large Size $1 Treasury Note Edwin M Stanton Fr-351. Tillman-Morgan Sig Grades f,

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**Star Note** 1891 Large Size $1 Treasury Note Edwin M Stanton Fr-351. Tillman-Morgan Sig Grades f,
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**Star Note** 1891 Large Size $1 Treasury Note Edwin M Stanton Fr-351. Tillman-Morgan Sig Grades f, fine. Treasury notes were only printed in 1890 and 1891. Some notes in the 1860s did say “treasury note” on them. However, those are not true treasury notes. These are also sometimes called 1891 $1 coin notes. 1890 and 1891 $1 treasury notes look very similar at first glance. However, there are differences in the seal type and color. The back of the 1891 $1 specimen has a lot more white space. Like many large size currency notes from the late 1800s, the series of 1891 $1 treasury note has taken on a nickname based on the person featured on it. Many collectors simply call this a “Stanton” note. Edwin M Stanton is the bearded man on the left hand side of the bill.
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**Star Note** 1891 Large Size $1 Treasury Note Edwin M Stanton Fr-351. Tillman-Morgan Sig Grades f,

Estimate $150 - $300
May 30, 2022
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Starting Price $20
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0522: **Star Note** 1891 Large Size $1 Treasury Note Edwin M Stanton Fr-351. Tillman-Morgan Sig Grades f,

Sold for $180
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Est. $150 - $300Starting Price $20
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May 30, 2022 11:00 AM EDT
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**Star Note** 1891 Large Size $1 Treasury Note Edwin M Stanton Fr-351. Tillman-Morgan Sig Grades f, fine. Treasury notes were only printed in 1890 and 1891. Some notes in the 1860s did say “treasury note” on them. However, those are not true treasury notes. These are also sometimes called 1891 $1 coin notes. 1890 and 1891 $1 treasury notes look very similar at first glance. However, there are differences in the seal type and color. The back of the 1891 $1 specimen has a lot more white space. Like many large size currency notes from the late 1800s, the series of 1891 $1 treasury note has taken on a nickname based on the person featured on it. Many collectors simply call this a “Stanton” note. Edwin M Stanton is the bearded man on the left hand side of the bill.

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