Republic of Texas Notes

Government of Texas - $10.00 H-17A Republic of Texas note PCGS Very Fine 25 Government of Texas - $10.00 H-17A
PCGS Very Fine 25 - Minor Edge Splits - H-17 A - 18__ Serial # 1321 "Mirabeau B. Lamar as President" Cut canceled. Edge splits are very minor. Nice centering with no pin holes or ink cancellations. Ship at left and men in row boat, Industry seated on right. The Capitol of the Republic of Texas was in Houston April 19, 1837 to January 18, 1840.
$375.00
Government of Texas - $20.00 H-19 Collectable Republic of Texas currency 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 shield with 6 pointed star at center. 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
Republic of Texas - $1.00 A1 PCGS Very Fine 25 Republic of Texas - $1.00 A1
PCGS Very Fine 25 - A-1 - March 1 1841 Serial # 4438 Cut canceled. Original note with no problems, 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.
$425.00
Republic of Texas - $100.00 A8 Collectable Republic of Texas currency paper money Republic of Texas - $100.00 A8
PMG Very Fine 20 - A-8 - Sept. 4, 1839 Serial # 1100 Cut canceled as most are. Nice Original no problem 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.
$975.00
Republic of Texas - $2.00 A2 PCGS Extremely Fine 45 Republic of Texas - $2.00 A2
PCGS Extremely Fine 45 - Splits and Minor Edge Damage - A-2 - July 1 1841 Serial # 6887 Cut canceled. Harder to find note in a better than average grade. Large buck deer at left, Cowboy roping longhorn steer at center, Paddle wheel steamboat at bottom center. Two small pieces missing on bottom edge. The Capitol of the Republic of Texas was in Austin January 19, 1840 to September 1842.
$450.00