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United States Fractional Currency

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This 1981 publication is a reprint of two volumes originally written by Valentine and published in 1924. Volume 1 begins with a historic overview of fractional currency including the origin, method of production and the First through Fifth General Series of fractional currency. The second half of volume 1 is descriptive and covers the First through Fifth General Series of fractional currency and Grand and Sherman Essary. Volume II is Classification of fractional currency and again covers the First through Fifth General Series of fractional currency as well as the various issues of Essays, Proofs, Specimens and Shields. Binding: Paperback Edition: 1981 reprint Publication Date: 1924 (reprinted in 1981) Size: 6x9 Pages: 105
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