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    St. Paul, MN- Saint Paul & Pacific Railroad 10¢ ND (ca. 1862) Hewitt D760-F10 PMG About Uncirculated 53 Net.
    The railroad was formed in March 1862 receiving the assets of the old Minnesota and Pacific Railroad. Over the years, the road continued to expand until it reached the Canadian border. In 1879, the railroad changed its name to the Saint Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba Railway. The line is now part of the Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway. This note, probably along with other denominations, was issued circa 1862 for change making purposes. Printed in red ink, the note has a decorative back featuring a train in an oval. PMG indicates that the note has been repaired and has some paper pulls. The Hewitt census lists two examples of this note as surviving. Since one of the two is in the Hewitt Collection, only one is practically available.
    From the Michael S. Tallent Collection

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