extremely fine, and "The Peoples Money", 100-Dollars, 1878, satirical note with Benjmin Butler at Center, Dennis Kearney left, actually part of the "Absolute Money" series and with a similar message but with appearance of a Legal Tender Note, extremely fine, New Jersey, Cleveland Bank, 5-Dollars (W.207), wildcat at center, Cleveland tower left, Oct. 21st, 1892, and anti-Cleveland election relic of that year, tiny repair at top, very fine, Benjamin Harrison campaign check look-alike, "One Thousand Desires for your election", Nov. 8, 1892, few tears, very fine, Miniature cardboard One-Dollar Legal Tender look alike subscription check, Unknown Issuer, 10-Cents, March 6, 1886, very fine, William Jennings Bryan campaign note, 1908, "one best bet" a banknote look alike, green and red, very fine (7)(lot) " /> Greenbacks For Bonds, broadside sheet with 1862 Legal Tender Note look alike at top, law authorizing first issue of greenbacks on back, <I>fine to very fine,</I> also a duplicate "note" cut from a similar sheet, <I>extremely fine,</I> and "The Peoples Money", 100-Dollars, 1878, satirical note with Benjmin Butler at Center, Dennis Kearney left, actually part of the "Absolute Money" series and with a similar message but with appearance of a Legal Tender Note, <I>extremely fine,</I> New Jersey, Cleveland Bank, 5-Dollars (W.207), wildcat at center, Cleveland tower left, Oct. 21st, 1892, and anti-Cleveland election relic of that year, <I>tiny repair at top, very fine,</I> Benjamin Harrison campaign check look-alike, "One Thousand Desires for your election", Nov. 8, 1892, <I>few tears, very fine,</I> Miniature cardboard One-Dollar Legal Tender look alike subscription check, Unknown Issuer, 10-Cents, March 6, 1886, <I>very fine,</I> William Jennings Bryan campaign note, 1908, "one best bet" a banknote look alike, green and red, <I>very fine</I> (7)(lot) | Christie's