Catalog Record: A treatise on counterfeit, altered, and spurious bank notes, with unerring rules for detection of frauds in the same. Illustrated with original steel, copper, and wood plate engravings ... Together with a history of ancient money, continental currency, banks, banking, Bank of England, our American bank-note companies, and other valuable information as to money | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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A treatise on counterfeit, altered, and spurious bank notes, with unerring rules for detection of frauds in the same. Illustrated with original steel, copper, and wood plate engravings ... Together with a history of ancient money, continental currency, banks, banking, Bank of England, our American bank-note companies, and other valuable information as to money. By E. J. Wilbur & E. P. Eastman.

Main Author: Wilbur, Edwin J.
Related Names: Guernsey, Alfred H. 1824-1902., Eastman, Edward P. , joint author.
Language(s): English
Published: Poughkeepsie, N.Y., Pub. for the authors, 1865.
Subjects: Counterfeits and counterfeiting > United States.
Note: "The American bank note company," by A. H. Guernsey: reprinted from Harper's new monthly magazine, v. 24, p. 306-325: 20 p. at end.
Physical Description: iv, 51, 20 p. front., illus., 4 pl. 24 cm.
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