Women and girls did most of the rag-sorting, cutting and dusting. Children worked at the glazing as well, while boys maintained the beating engines and called themselves engineers.
Large size note history[ edit ] approximately 7.
Three-year dollar Interest Bearing Notes were issued that paid 7. These notes were not primarily designed to circulate and were payable to the original purchaser of the dollar bill.
The obverse of the note featured a portrait of General Winfield Scott. Variations of this note were issued that resulted in slightly different wording obligations on the reverse; the note was issued again in Series of The one-year Interest Bearing Notes featured a vignette of George Washington in the 100 cotton paper dissertation, and allegorical figures representing "The Guardian" to the right and "Justice" to the left.
The two-year notes featured a vignette of the U. The reverse was distinctly printed in orange instead of green like all other U.
The obverse is similar to the one-year Interest Bearing Note. The note was one-sided. One hundred dollar National Gold Bank Notes were issued specifically for payment in gold coin by participating national gold banks.
Lawrence and an allegorical figure to the right; the reverse featured a vignette of U. The reverse of the Series of United States Note was redesigned.
This note was issued again in Series of and Series of The reverse was printed in black ink, unlike any other U. Federal Government issued bill. The obverse was partially the same as the Series gold certificate; the border design, portrait of Thomas H.
Benton, and large word GOLD, and gold-colored ink behind the serial numbers were all retained. The reverse featured a perched bald eagle and the Roman numeral forC. One hundred dollar Treasury or "Coin Notes" were issued for government purchases of silver bullion from the silver mining industry.
The note featured a portrait of Admiral David G.
The note was also nicknamed a "watermelon note" because of the watermelon-shaped 0's in the large numeral on the reverse; the large numeral was surrounded by an ornate design that occupied almost the entire note.
The reverse of the Series of Treasury Note was redesigned because the Treasury felt that it was too "busy" which would make it too easy to counterfeit.
More open space was incorporated into the new design. The reverse was completely redesigned and also began to be printed in green ink.
The Series of Gold Certificate was re-issued with an obligation to the right of the bottom-left serial number on the obverse. Small size note history[ edit ] 6.
Under the Series ofall U. As an emergency response to the Great Depressionadditional money was pumped into the American economy through Federal Reserve Bank Notes issued under Series of The serial numbers and seal on it were brown.
The redeemable in gold clause was removed from Federal Reserve Notes due to the U.This compilation is dedicated to the memory of our nameless forebears, who were the inventors of the pens and inks, paper and incunabula, glyphs and alphabets.
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