1866 US $500 Signed General Santa Anna Mortgage Bond framed Historical Document – a rarity as only 1500 bonds were issued by Santa Anna in 1866. He was desperate for money at the time, Santa Anna led the assault on the Alamo in 1836 and also defeated the Spanish at the Battle of Tampico, when Spain tried to reconquer Mexico. This bond shows beautifully embossed seals as well as three vignettes featuring Santa Anna at center, the Palace of Turbaco at the top and the Palace of St. Thomas at bottom. There is a fine tear along the bottom of the note as you can see in the photos. Professionally matted and frmed in a golden gray wooden frame that is in perfect and new condition – ready to hang! Measures 23 .5 x 19 inches.
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