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Beautiful Rare 1861 Confederate $10 with Orange & Black Ink T-23
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This is a beautifully designed and scarce authentic Confederate States of America $10.00 piece of currency. In the center of the note, it has the image of the loaded cotton wagon with the slave beside the wagon carrying the 2 baskets of cotton. The plate for the image was furnished by the Mechanics Savings Bank of Savannah, Georgia. This note has always been a collector favorite because of the orange and black ink combination. On the right hand side it has the image of "The Corn Gatherer”. On the left hand side is the likeness of the John E. Ward. Ward is referred to in the currency book as being "… the most obscure person to appear on Confederate Currency.”. He was a lawyer, bank director and mayor of Savannah, Georgia. He also served as the U.S. minister to China. It was issued on September 2nd 1861 from Richmond and that part is clearly printed on the front. This is the version listed as T-23 in Criswell’s Confederate Currency book. It is correctly hand signed and numbered in ink. In the lower left hand corner it has the printer’s mark of the Keatinge & Ball of Richmond, Virginia. The note has been professionally graded by the PMG Company and they rated it as "VERY FINE”. It comes in their acid-free holder for preservation and display.


Item #: B277
Shipping Weight: 0.3 lb
Your Price:$2,950.00 USD
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