History of Central Banking in the United States

Currency

Currency images courtesy of the American Currency Exhibit, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.

Continental Note, 1776

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Continental Note, 1776

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First Bank of the United States, $10 Note

First Bank $10 Note

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Second Bank of the United States, $1,000 Note

Second Bank of the United States, $1,000 Note

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$2 Private Bank Note, Stonington Bank, Connecticut

$2 Private Bank Note, Stonington Bank, Connecticut

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$5, Private Bank Note, Allegany County Bank, Maryland

$5, Private Bank Note, Allegany County Bank, Maryland

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Private Issue Note, Delmonico's Restaurant, New York City, 1862

Private Issue Note, Delmonico's Restaurant, New York City, 1862

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National Bank Note, First National Bank of San Francisco, 1890, $50

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National Bank Note, First National Bank of San Francisco, 1890, $50 - Front

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National Bank Note, First National Bank of San Francisco, 1890, $50 - Back

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National Bank Note, Central National Bank, Illinois, 1872, $1

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National Bank Note, Central National Bank, Illinois, 1872, $1

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National Bank Note, Central National Bank, Illinois, 1872, $1

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Federal Reserve Note, 1914, $10

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Federal Reserve Note, 1914, $10

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Federal Reserve Note, 1914, $10-Back

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Federal Reserve Note, 1914, $10,000

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Federal Reserve Note, 1914, $10,000

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Federal Reserve Note, 1914, $10,000 - back

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Currency images courtesy of the American Currency Exhibit, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.

 
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