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California Gold Rush Era, 1850 I/U 2nd Bill of Exchange Issued in San Francisco and Payable in NY On

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California Gold Rush Era, 1850 I/U 2nd Bill of Exchange Issued in San Francisco and Payable in NY On
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San Francisco, California Territory. August 9, 1850. Issued 2nd of Exchange for $325, payable at Howland & Aspinwall, New York. Issued by Robinson Bissilo, Jr. in San Francisco. Allegorical woman, eagle and portrait of George Washington, with small sailing ship and train on the left, S/N 55, Mostly Fine to VF with stain on the left border area and small stains, and a small rea of ink or rust burn on the top middle margin. RWH&E. Extremely early pre California Statehood fiscal document and the earliest Gold Rush fiscal document we have offered. California became a state on September 9th. 1850 and was admitted to the Union as the 31st state. Gold was discovered in California on January 24, 1848 in Sutter's Creek and this exchange was issued a little over 2 1/2 years later. Historic Gold Rush Era and California Territorial Fiscal Document.