Republic of Texas Notes

Government of Texas - $1.00 H-14A Government of Texas - $1.00 H-14A
PMG Choice Fine 15 - H-14A - Serial # 972 Cut canceled. RARE NOTE !! The Government of Texas notes were the first engraved notes issued by the Republic. They were also the first produced by the bank note company of Draper,Topper, Longacre & Co. of Philadelphia and New York. The entire $1.00 series is scarce/rare especially the H-14A variety. The H-14 variety shows Liberty standing at left holding shield with a single Lone Star at center. The H-14A variety (Only about 10 notes known) has Liberty standing at left holding shield with small stars around the large star. The majority I have seen are very low grade problem notes with damage and repairs. This note has full borders and the cut cancels are very clean and well done with no repairs. At the center is a Queen holding a key next to a lion. The Capitol of the Republic of Texas was in Houston April 19, 1837 to January 18, 1840.
$5,700.00
Republic of Texas collectable paper money Government of Texas collectable paper money Government of Texas - $20.00 H-19
PMG Very Fine 25 - H-19 Serial # 1442 Nov. 1st 1838 - Cut canceled as most are. All signatures are clean and sharp including the secretarial signature of "Sam Houston" as president of Texas. Bright clean note with no problems great centering and full borders. Minerva standing at left with spear and 6 pointed star on shield. Liberty seated at right holding spear and shield. The Capitol of the Republic of Texas was in Houston April 19, 1837 to January 18, 1840.
$675.00
Government of Texas - $5.00 H-16 Republic of Texas collectable paper money Government of Texas - $5.00 H-16
PMG Very Fine 20 - H-16 Serial # 423 Feb. 26 1839 "Mirabeau B. Lamar as President" Cut canceled - Toned. Cut canceled as most are. Toned is noted on back of certificate. A Very Solid VF note with full borders. Tellus standing at left with foot on globe. Indian hunting bison on horseback at center. The Capitol of the Republic of Texas was in Houston April 19, 1837 to January 18, 1840.
$1,175.00
Government of Texas - $50.00 H21A Republic of Texas note PMG Very Fine 25 Government of Texas - $50.00 H21A
PMG Very Fine 25 - H-21a - Plate A Cut canceled as most are. Toned is noted on back of holder. Secretarial signature of Mirabeau B. Lamar as President. Good centering with full borders and no bad stains or ink cancellations. Sailor seated at left holding Texas flag with large star w/uneven points, At center Justice seated near harbor with ship in background. The Capitol of the Republic of Texas was in Houston April 19, 1837 to January 18, 1840.
$450.00
Republic of Texas - $1.00 A1 Republic of texas paper money PMG Very Fine 25 Republic of Texas - $1.00 A1
PMG Very Fine 25 - A-1 - Aug. 1 1841 Serial # 9332 Cut canceled Toned. Cut cancelled as most are Toned is noted on back of holder. Original note with no ink cancellation, pin holes or repair. Indian brave standing holding bow left, Ceres seated in agricultural scene, Eagle at bottom center. The Capitol of the Republic of Texas was in Austin January 19, 1840 to September 1842.
$395.00
Republic of Texas - $100.00 A8 Republic of Texas paper money Republic of Texas - $100.00 A8
PMG Very Fine 20 - A-8 - April 26, 1839 Serial # 287 Cut canceled as most are. Nice Original no problem VF note. 100 in left panel with vignette of early passenger train. Griffin, Commerce and Mercury at upper center with Lone Star at lower center. 100 in right panel with vignette of sailing ship. Ornate Red Lone Star on back.
$1,075.00
Republic of Texas - $3.00 A3 Collectable paper money from the Texas republic PCGS VF 30 Republic of Texas - $3.00 A3
PCGS Very Fine 30 - A-3 - Aug. 1 1841 Serial # 8949 Cut canceled. Harder to find note in a better than average grade. Bright clean no problem note with sharp printing. Beautifully engraved note from Endicott and Clark, New Orleans. Seated female leans on shield with the Lone Star at center pointing to the tools beside her. Wharf scene in background. Cotton plant at left. At center bottom is a scene with a youth watering a horse. The Capitol of the Republic of Texas was in Austin January 19, 1840 to September 1842.
$695.00