3 Dollar Currency Note

  • Author: Republic of Texas
  • Date: 1841
  • Medium: Steel Engraving, original currency
  • Condition: Very good
  • Inches: 15 3/8" x 11 5/8" framed
  • Centimeters: 29.17 x 29.81 framed
  • Price: Sold

The Austin change notes and non-interest bearing redbacks are now known as the 4th and 5th series commonly referred to as the Republic of Texas series. The second series of change notes and the redbacks are often lumped together and collected as a set because of their similar designs and use of allegorical figures. There are differences in paper, designers, engraving firms, and the printed reverse on the denominations of $5 and above which dominate the 5th series. the primary commonality is the similar design of the bills and that both issues bear the wording "The Republic of Texas" across the face. [Bevill 206]

The note is presented in an archival framing treatment; handmade block-corner frame with a gilded lip and decorative gold stars applied to the corners. The note is float mounted on fabric mat with a gold around the opening, and protected by museum glass.

Bevill, James. The Paper Republic the Struggle for Money, Credit and Independence in the Republic of Texas. Houston, Tex.: Bright Sky, 2009. Print.
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