The front and reverse sides of a Ten Cent U.S. paper currency. The front has an ornate border. The top right corner contains a framed oval area with "No. 1191." In the left corner is a twelve sided shield with ".10." Below the shield is "Good Only For Merchandise and Produce at the General Tithing Store House." Starting at the right is "General Tithing Store House" above a design containing "Ten Cents." In the lower corner is a domed beehive design and "Presiding Bishops Office Salt Lake City, Utah." On the reverse side is a depiction of the Tabernacle in Salt Lake City in a center circle with a side design "Ten Cents." Printed along the upper and lower edges "This Note is Not Current Except in the Merchandise and Produce Departments of the General Tithing Store House, Salt Lake City, Utah.", This File Is Derived Using A High-Resolution Olympus Mavica 1000 Digital Camera And Saved As An Uncompressed TIFF Image.
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