Kirtland Bank Note Set - Latter-day Saint Historic Replica Money
KIRTLAND BANK NOTES REPLICA COPIES – Set of 9 Replica Kirtland Bank Notes, These would make perfect Scripture bookmarks. In 1836 the Latter-day Saints needed a safe way to conduct their financial transactions. Over the long history of the church there have been several instances where it became necessary for the saints to govern their affairs.
The Bank notes were almost all signed by Jospeh Smith and then countersigned by others who were authorized to do so. The beautiful reproductions of the notes capture the detail and history of the early Latter-day Saint money. Each note contains a small printed word “COPY”
This Packet includes nine replica Latter-day Saint Bank Notes from Kirtland to Nauvoo ( 1836-1844)
$1, $5, $2, $3, $10 – Kirtland Note
$1 and $50 – Nauvoo Treasurer
$50 and $100 – Nauvoo House Assoc.
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