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(lot of 5) Framed Republic of Texas treasury warrants issued from cities that were the capitol of Texas: (1) at Columbia, Texas, February 9, 1836 payable to Col George W. Poe (George Washington Poe, Ohio, Texas, c. 1800-1844, artillery commander, participant in the Battle of San Jacinto); (1) at Velasco, Texas, September 7, 1836, payable to J.R. Tileston (listed in the military roles, Republic of Texas); (1) at Houston, Texas, payable to James Duncan, signed by Elisha Pease as Comptroller (Elisha Marshall Pease, Connecticut, Texas, 1812-1883, fifth and thirteenth Governor of the State of Texas); (1) at Washington, Texas, January 14, 1843, payable to James Titus for back pay as a member of the Republic of Texas senate, (James Titus, Tennessee, Texas, 1775-1843); (1) at Austin, Texas, June 29, 1841, a transfer between government departments, glass at front and back allowing inspection of both sides, frame: 13.75"h, 41.5"w, 10lbs *Provenance: From the Milton Bankston collection. Start Price: $300.00

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REPUBLIC OF TEXAS TREAS. WARRANTS, STATE CAPTIOLS

Estimate $400 - $600Apr 30, 2017
8414 Anderson Mill Road
Austin, TX 78729-5479
United States
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