Here are a couple interesting satire notes in the October 15, 2022 Holabird sale. I don't believe we've discussed these before.
Two notes issued by Dennis Kearney and Benjamin F. Butler satirizing legal tender. One Hundred Dollars "absolute money", in nothing , at no time, and by nobody, series of 1878. Vignettes of both Kearney and Butler, some tears around the edges. Second note is 1000 dollars of absolute irredeemable money. EF-AU condition. Butler parlayed his victory in the 1882 Juilliard v. Greenman decision (allowing government to issue paper money) into a run for president in 1884. Butler was nominated by the Greenback and Anti-Monopoly parties, but lost to Grover Cleveland.
To read the complete lot description, see:
The People's Money 
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