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San Antonio, Texas Issued 1862 C.S. $100 With Slaves Hoeing Cotton T-41
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This is a beautiful original 1862 dated Confederate States of America $100 bill. It is much better than you usually encounter. This is the version with the slaves hoeing cotton in the center. In the lower left hand side is the pictures of states' rights activist John C. Calhoun. Along the right hand edge is the image that is referred to as the "Confederacy Personified". The note is correctly hand signed and numbered and is 100% authentic. This is one well-designed piece of Confederate currency. This pattern of note is the version of Confederate currency that is listed as T-41 in Criswell's Confederate currency book. On the back of the note you can see that it was issued in San Antonio, Texas in 1863. This is a scarce marking. It has been professionally graded by the PMG Company and they rated it's condition as being "Choice Fine" and it displays well as you can see. This fine original piece of Confederate history comes in their acid free holder for display and preservation.

Item #: B6285
Shipping Weight: 0.3 lb
Your Price:$295.00 USD
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