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United States Treasury, Assistant Treasurer of the United States at Philadelphia, 1866 Issued Gold C

Currency:USD Category:Coins & Paper Money / Paper Money - United States Start Price:5,500.00 USD Estimated At:8,000.00 - 16,000.00 USD
United States Treasury, Assistant Treasurer of the United States at Philadelphia, 1866 Issued Gold C
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Philadelphia, PA. 1866, Temporary Loan of 1862 Hessler X134 F, United States Treasury, Assistant Treasurer of the United States at Philadelphia, Gold Coin Certificate. $600 at 5% interest. A newly discovered issued example of “Pro Patria”, listed on page 234 of Gene Hessler’s book: “An Illustrated History of U.S. Loans 1775-1898” . Rare Gold Coin Certificate. This was a certificate for depositing gold coin for at least thirty days and receiving the principal plus interest when this certificate was surrendered. The amount of gold coin deposited would be hand-written in and these were a multiple part form. This note, grades Very Fine Plus with bit of toning on the ledger section as shown, a few tiny pin holes and minor edge splits.