National Bank of Commerce

Post Date: Tue, March 10, 2020

This work is an oversized print model of a ten-dollar bill as printed by the National Bank of Commerce in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1907. As opposed to the centrally-oriented bills of the present day, this bill frames the United States' twenty-fifth president, William McKinley, on the left-hand side. Nearer the center of the bill is the bolded statement "The National Bank of Commerce of Kansas City, Missouri will pay to the bearer on demand ten dollars" with numerous bank note insignia across the rest of the bill.