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The 1914 $10 Boston Federal Reserve Note (FRN) with the Blue Seal, known colloquially as the "Horse Blanket" due to its large size, is a captivating piece of American currency history. This banknote, designated as FR. 907A, holds a special place in the hearts of collectors and enthusiasts for its distinctive design and historical significance.

Issued during a pivotal period in American finance, this Federal Reserve Note features intricate detailing and ornate engraving, reflecting the craftsmanship of the era. The obverse side showcases a prominent portrait of Alexander Hamilton, the first Secretary of the Treasury, surrounded by elaborate scrollwork and intricate patterns. The blue seal, a hallmark of Federal Reserve Notes, adds a touch of elegance to the design.

On the reverse side, you'll find a captivating vignette known as the "Horse Blanket," depicting a majestic eagle perched atop a shield, with allegorical figures representing commerce and agriculture flanking either side. The intricate border design further enhances the note's visual appeal, making it a true work of art.

Each note bears the signatures of prominent officials from the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, adding to its authenticity and historical significance. While these notes were once commonplace in circulation, they are now highly sought after by collectors for their rarity and desirability.

Whether you're a seasoned collector or a novice enthusiast, the 1914 $10 Boston Federal Reserve Note with the Blue Seal "Horse Blanket" is a prized addition to any collection. Don't miss your chance to own a piece of American monetary history – acquire this remarkable banknote today!

1914 $10 Boston, Federal Reserve Note, Blue Seal "Horse Blanket" FR. 907 A SM116

SKU: SM116
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