About #126 - 10 dollars Type 1861
United States. United States Treasury. Demand Notes. 1861 Issues. Date: 10.08.1861. Watermark: no. Material: paper. No security thread. Printer: American Bank Note Company, New York. Front printing in green and black. Description of the front: portrait of Abraham Lincoln on the left and an allegorical figure representing art on the right. At the top center of the note is a depiction of a bald eagle perched on olive branches with a ribbon reading "E PLURIBUS UNUM". Next to the bald eagle is a heraldic shield of stars and stripes. Lincoln's portrait and the bald eagle sticker were elements used on a stock of previous banknotes issued by the American Bank Note Company. Numbering in red. The border of the note contains the Roman numeral "X". As with the $ 5, the issuing banknote company was printed in the middle of the top border and the phrase "RECEIVABLE IN PAYMENT OF ALL PUBLIC DUES" was printed in the middle of the bottom border. The top corners have two small numbers "10" surrounded by an ornate pattern. Description of the back: the back is printed in green called "Greenback (money)". 2,003,000 issued notes.