* FIVE POUND POLKA, THE.
William Hall & Son. New York. [ca. 1852]
[Composed by Stephen Glover.] 38 Cts. Nett. Lith: Sarony & Major. [n. art.] 8 pp., pp. 2 and 8 blank. Plate Mark 2130. Lower right margin p. 7: Pearson.
Illustration: Reproduction of six Bank of England Five Pound notes.
* HOW ARE YOU GREEN-BACKS!
Wm. A. Pond & Co. New York. 1863
At head of title: Dan Bryant Popular Comic Song. Underneath title: As sung by him with immense Success at Bryant's Minstrels, also by Mrs. John Wood, in the grand Fairy Extravaganza "FAIR ONE WITH THE GOLDEN LOCKS." Words by E. Bowers, Esq. Arranged by Chas. Glover. Lith. Sarony, Major & Knapp. In. art.] 6 pp., pp. 2 and 6 blank. Plate Mark 5524.
Illustration: Three criss-crossed imitation bank notes. The fully visible one reads "Washington--No--March 10th, 1862 The UNITED STATES Promise to pay to the Bearer TEN DOLLARS. Dan Bryant. [signature] Register. Wm. A. Pond & Co. [signature]. Treasurer." At left: picture of Dan Bryant in oval, surrounded by mill- wheel, cannon, tents, shield, plow, open book, hand press and two American flags. Eagle in center with wings opening, ribbon bearing legend "E. Pluribus Unum," holding arrows, etc. and standing on shield. At right: Columbia, with wreath in each hand. Portions of the other two bank notes show tall monument. Indian with spear, on horseback, oval bust of man in dress of early 19th Century.
* SHIN-PLASTER JIG. C. D. Benson. Nashville, Tenn. 1864
By Jo. Benson. [n. lith. n. art.] 4 pp., p. 4 blank. Illustration: Very small Civil War Shin-Plaster Money marked 25 [Cents]. Both note and title inside large oval frame. Printed in black and gold. Sufficient change in reading matter so that no one will think it is real money. Top of Shin-Plaster note reads: "furnished at wholesale and retail by C. D. Benson, Nashville, Tenn." Underneath the imprint appears name of E. A. Benson, Chicago, Ill.