There might not be a more popular large size United States note than the series of 1901 $10 legal tender note. The very first ten dollar legal tenders were issued in the 1860s and featured Abraham Lincoln. That note was redesigned and from 1869 until 1900 all $10 legal tenders issues by the U.S. had a picture of Daniel Webster. In 1901 the country was introduced to the series of 1901 bison note. This note has historical appeal as well as numismatic appeal. It was circulating during the 100 year anniversary of the Lewis and Clark expedition. Based on signature combinations, we know that the bison notes were being printed until the early 1920s.