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Republic of Texas Government $100 bond issued payable to Charles De Morse, known as "The Father of Texas Journalism" and the principle maker and recorder of Texas history
Texas: , 1841-1846. Texas, 1841-1846. 10" x 7.75". "10"" x 7.75"" document with one 1/2"" chip to right edge. All coupons present. Presented floated in a wood frame to a size of 15.5"" x 13"". Background mat very lightly foxed, frame lightly scuffed. Issued to ""Charles De Morse"", and signed by ""David Burnet"", Pres."" and ""William Seven, Sec of Treas.""A beautifully engraved Government Bond issued by the Republic of Texas in 1841 to the well loved Texan known as ""The Father of Texas Journalism"", Charles De Morse. The bond was payable at the interest of eight percent per annum (a rate not that dissimilar to the interest rates of today)…payable seminally on the first days of January and July. The production of the certificate was a joint venture between the â€
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