A multi-color note from the latter stages of the Continental Congress issues, in relatively high grade.
A high grade Connecticut Colonial that despite the cut cancelling presents well.
A Civil War-era scrip note issued by the County of Monroe, the seat of which was the town of Union, Virginia. Cataloged as Jones-Littlefield CM-11-32. Scarce in this grade.
A better Virginia issue, a high denomination. The thick paper variety.
An example of the important Rainbow Ace in Choice Very Fine. The annotation mentioned by PMG is some small pen writing on the upper right back.
A moderately circulated example of a long-underrated type that is now increasing in demand. The rust mentioned is only visible on the back.
A note with less than 300 in the known census in all grades. This note in XF40 with the EPQ designation has never sold in auction.
Light but unobtrusive toning is mentioned by PMG for this $20 Legal Tender, a type that is much scarcer than most collectors think.