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    Fort Smith, AR- Mayers Brothers.
    50¢ Dec. 18, 1861 Rothert 234-10 VG, small repairs
    50¢ Jan. 9, 1862 Rothert 234-13 Fine
    $1 Dec. 18, 1861 Rothert 234-20 VG, repairs
    $2 Jan. 9, 1862 Rothert 234-32 Good, backed.
    These are interesting pieces of multi-state store scrip issued by M. Mayers & Bro. in Fort Smith and pen signed by M. Mayers and printed on brown paper. They were also redeemable at several other emporiums in Arkansas as well as by two stores in Texas - Alexander & Allen in Sherman and J.M. Smoot in Denton. Also, three of these pieces presented here were redeemable in the Cherokee Nation. The $1 note is of the variety with the backwards "$" sign in the denomination. This scrip is also listed in the Medlar Texas reference.
    From The William A. "Bill" Bond Collection (Total: 4 notes)

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    January, 2007
    4th-6th Thursday-Saturday
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