Checks, Collection of 323 19th Century Examples. A large group of 19th century American checks assembled for their decorative and historical value, most from the second half of the century, but some as early as the 1820s, and others from the end of the century, including checks related to the southern states during the Civil War, those pertaining to Indian territories, California during the gold rush, banks named after the presidents, banks owned by railroads and canals, and others, housed in two binders. (2)
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