MATERIAL: Paper
TYPE: Bank Note
DIMENSIONS: 8 1/2 x 11 1/8 inches
CONDITION: Expected yellowing and foxing of paper from age. Fountain pen ink has slightly bled. There appears to have been a pink stamp or blot of some sort under the Dear Sir. There is a 1 inch tear from upper edge on upper right corner. Paper is watermarked CK West. There is some slight perforations between Registered, and the Cochise Bank stamp. Note was folded in twice horizontally long ago. Great for framing.
ITEM ID: 3737

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Handwritten Bank Note

DATE
Year: 1884
Decade: 1880s
Century: 19th (1801-1900)
Notes: April 25, 1884

Bank note from The First National Bank of San Francisco, CA to Cochise County Bank, Tombstone, Arizona Territory.”Dear Sirs , I enclose $1,000 currency to your debit, bring first of recent ? ordering in your second ? ? of 24th ?. Very respectfully, (hand signature) E.D. Morgan, (cashier, as noted in the letterhead top left). RegisteredLettering on the letterhead names D. Callaghan, President and E.D. Morgan Cashier, with paid up Capital of $1,500,000.
 
The document is also stamped in purple ink by Cochise County Bank, Received 4/28 and answered 4/28 Tombstone, A.T.