Had a picture of Daniel Webster. As you can imagine, that design got a bit stale after 30 years.
In 1901 the country was introduced to the series of 1901 bison note. This note has historical appeal as well as numismatic appeal. It was circulating during the 100 year anniversary of the Lewis and Clark expedition. Based on signature combinations, we know that the bison notes were being printed until the early 1920s.
Nickname: This nickname is pretty obvious. Most everyone simply calls this note a bison.
Some people mistakenly call it a buffalo note and a few even call it a Lewis and Clark note. Other Facts: One of the greatest misconceptions about the bison note is that the bison pictured is the now famous animal named Black Diamond. Black Diamond is recorded as being the model for the bison featured on the buffalo nickel. According to research, the original engraving is based on a stuffed bison that was on display at the Smithsonian in the late 19th century.
That specific bison was apparently shot in Montana in 1886. That is certainly a more interesting history than that of the zoo held Black Diamond. The item "1901 $10 Ten Dollar Bill Note Currency Cash Legal Tender PCGS Fine 15 Bison" is in sale since Monday, April 22, 2019.This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money\ US\Large Size Notes\United States Notes". The seller is "madeofmiracles925" and is located in Dublin, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.