Interesting, I've always liked the early usages especially on documents and or instruments.
I've made two scans, first of the instrument, then of the right and proper enlargement of just the stamp.
I'd recommend if any of the First Issue Members should purchase the reprint of "An Historical Reference List of the Revenue Stamps of the United States". Good basic information, a few errors, but everyone makes errors. Takes careful reading to get the accurate details!
Now before you tell me there were a lot of these Two Cents Bank Checks stamps (both blue and orange), that is true. But on document/instrument usages for the early period are just a little more difficult to find.
This instrument was printed by the "T.K. & P. G. Collins, Printers"!
Notice how some of the features of the instrument in question, you do not see much usage today "Dollars _____"
Or " Dolls. Cts."
Again one of my interesting usages during October 1862!