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    Fort Smith City, AR- M. Mayers & Bro. 25¢, 50¢ (2) Jan. 5, 1862, Dec. 18, 1861, Jan. 5, 1862 Rothert 234-6, 234-10, 234-12
    A trio of notes from this general store and drug emporium, which was one of a consortium of merchants from Arkansas, Texas, and the Cherokee Nation pledged to accept each other's scrip. All three of these pieces list F.H. Nash of Fort Gibson, Cherokee Nation, as a merchant eligible to redeem this scrip, with the first issue the sole examples from here to list "Cherokee Nation" in the text. The 25¢ and one of the 50¢ notes are plate examples in the Rothert reference. Fine, with a few splits and nicks, Very Good with some long splits, Very Good-Fine. (Total: 3 notes)

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