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Nicely Priced 1862 Louisiana $5 With "Confederacy Striking Down Union"
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This is an original 1862 dated $5.00 note from the state of Louisiana. On the left hand side is the famous mother pelican feeding her young. In the center it has the image of the fighting scene that depicts the allegorical scene of the South personified striking down the Union. In the lower right hand corner it has the image of a bearded man with a jug of water. On the front it also has the issuance date of October 10th 1862 and it was issued from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The back of the note has the beautiful green print that reads boldly "THE STATE OF LOUISIANA" and is flanked by the "5" denominations. The overall size of the note measures 6.25 inches by 3 inches. The note is nicely and correctly hand signed and numbered and it is in well circulated condition. It comes in an acid free holder for preservation and display.

Item #: A4986
Shipping Weight: 0.4 lb
Your Price:$44.95 USD
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