One-year Interest Bearing Note of 1837
This one-year loan did not have a fixed interest or par denomination printed on the note. Authorized by a loan act of October 12, 1837, these non-denominated certificates allowed for the Treasury to retire previous debts, which would be at varied dollar amounts when principal and interest were accounted for. Printed by Rawdon, Wright & Hatch of New York.
This example is from The Joe I. Herbstman Memorial Collection of American Finance