LOUISIANA BABY BOND 5 DOLLAR 1874- SIGNED stamped --VERY RARE AND SCARCE .
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***Payment Method: Only PayPal*** SCANDAL IN LOUISIANA ! Signature stamped rare Louis A. Weltz , the governor of Louisiana who was elected in 1880 but died of tuberculosis just a year later at the age of 38. EA Burke, Democrat and ' carpetbagger ', treasurer of Louisiana, whose signature also appears stamped on the bottom of the link, stole over $ 1,500,000 in Louisiana during his ten years in office and after they were processed and lived as a fugitive from justice in Europe and Honduras until his death in 1928. In the late nineteenth century, numerous links published in the 1860s and 1870s by Louisiana were delivered to state in the 1880s will be canceled in exchange for newly issued bonds . Burke published the new links but never canceled the old bonds , instead reselling on the open market and pocketing the money for himself. The binding of small denomination engraving published by the state of Louisiana, January 1881. Illustration nice baby bonnet. These links were affectionately called " bonds" of the baby because the baby on each link over the small... read more