Absolute money for the sum of one thousand dollars

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Title
Absolute money for the sum of one thousand dollars
Series
Rider Broadsides
Keywords
Campaign literature, 1880
Campaign literature
Greenbacks
Notes
Broadsheet printed in green ink in form of United States paper money.
On recto at left cut of fox and three geese; at upper left center cornucopia with skull, bones, coffin and tombstone; at right Uncle Sam grinding rags into sheet of paper money; on verso wreath of flowers inscribed: $1000.
At head of title after serial number: A mortgage on all property in the United States. Swindlerville Avenue, Washington City, July 24th, 1880.
Title from largest print at center of recto.
Text includes mottoes, quotations and mock signatures, including: Brick Pomeroy, Treasurer and B.F. Butler, Gen'l Distributor.
Extent
1 sheet : ill. ; 9 x 21 cm.

Citation

"Absolute money for the sum of one thousand dollars" (1880). Rider Broadsides. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://repository.library.brown.edu/studio/item/bdr:313071/

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