While the Texas was an independent nation only a short time, it did
enjoy its own currency. This page includes digital images of
original Republic of Texas notes and currency.
Republic of Texas Three Dollar Note
Perhaps most interesting is the Republic of Texas $3 note. The obverse
(front) shows a lovely woman sitting next to the Texas Lone Star.
The note also features a picture of a large Cotton Stalk, in full bloom,
with the Cotton Bolls Split open and ready to pick. This would be
a symbol of wealth and abundance. The note reads: "The Treasurer of The
Republic of Texas, Three Dollars in Promissory."
Three Dollar Republic of Texas Note:
Republic of Texas Five Dollar Bill
The image below shows the Republic of Texas Five Dollar note. The
note shares the same design on the back as the three dollar note.
The obverse, pictured below, has a picture of an Indian, who appears to
be thinking. The portrait on the right of the note appears to be
Five Dollar Republic of Texas Bill:
Republic of Texas Fifty Dollar Bill
The fifty dollar bill shows a picture of a woman, and some warships.
At the bottom the Texas Lone Star is featured. The note reads:
"Republic of Texas Fifty Dollars, Treasury Department."
Republic of Texas Fifty Dollar Bill: Obverse