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Ohio Replica Currency and Script 1803-1845

You will receive 7 parchment replicas of original Ohio currency (banknotes and script) which were in circulation during the Pre-Civil War period from 1803 to 1845:

  1. $1.00 Chillicothe Branch of the State Bank of Ohio 1848
  2. 12.5¢ Miami Exporting Company 1820
  3. $2.00 Ohio Railroad Company 1845
  4. $10.00 Bank of Gallipolis 1840
  5. $2.00 Bank of Granville 1838
  6. 25¢ Ezra Griswold 1816
  7. $1.00 Kirtland Safety Society Bank 1837


These new historic replicas of Pre-Civil War period Ohio banknotes and script are printed on unique paper which has the appearance and texture of old parchment.

The replica notes are printed on one side only. They are printed in black ink, like most original currency of the time. Some of the original notes may have been printed using color ink and/or may have had reverse side printing. The word "COPY" is marked upon each replica note in accordance with the requirements of the Code of Federal Regulations, Hobby Protection Act.

The banknotes are inserted in a display envelope for protection and storage. The back of the envelope includes detailed historical notes about money in Ohio during the Pre-Civil War period, and about each banknote and script included in this set.

Your order will be shipped in a larger rigid paperboard envelope, or in a tube or box if part of a larger order.

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Ohio Replica Currency and Script 1803-1845
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Ohio Replica Currency and Script 1803-1845
7 unique notes
Only $9.95

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Shipping & Handling $1.00 per item unless otherwise noted.
Minimum $6.00 per order.

Average delivery time is 2-4 days.

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in rigid packaging.