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VERY COOL! Confederate Counterfeit of the 1861 $10 with Slave Picking Image
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This is a very cool note. This is a Civil War period counterfeit of a Confederate $10. These were produced to basically steal money and to help collapse the Confederate Government. This one is patterned after the T-29 note in Criswell's guide. It is known as the CT-29. In the center of the note it has the image of the slave picking cotton and on the right hand side it has the canal scene. It has the date like it was issued on September 2nd 1861 from Richmond and that part is clearly printed on the front. It is hand signed and numbered in fine old ink. On the reverse of the note it is unprinted which is correct for this style of currency. This single sided printing is referred to by collectors as being "Uniface". It measures 7-1/8th inches by 3 inches in overall size. This note has been professionally graded by the PMG Company and they rated it as being "Very Fine". The note comes in their acid-free holder for display and preservation. The note looks just like the original except in the lower left hand corner the original were printed by "B. Duncan" and if you look at this one it was printed by "R. Duncan". This note surely passed as original to 99% of the people during the War. When the Confederate Government caught this one as being counterfeit, they stamped it as such three times in black ink This is a nice original Civil War Counterfeit Confederate currency note!

Item #: B6158
Shipping Weight: 0.3 lb
Your Price:$395.00 USD
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