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Scarce Franklin County Mississippi $1.00 Dated 1862 From Meadville
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Here is a scarce note from Confederate Mississippi. This one was issued from Meadville, Mississippi. It was from the County of Franklin, in the State of Mississippi. Eleven years after the organization of the Mississippi Territory, Franklin County was established in late 1809. Eight years later, Mississippi became a state. This is a $1.00 County Warrant note that was issued on November 1st 1862. This is a very scarce county warrant scrip note from the Civil war era. Printed on white paper without imprint. The eagle with shield circular vignette is the same image that was used on Corinth, Mississippi notes. The left end has a train in oval motif, with side flourishes, perpendicular to the titles. A green ONE protector is at bottom center to help prevent counterfeiting. The protector color is bright, and the note is appealing for the grade. It comes in an acid-free holder for display and preservation.

Item #: B6291
Shipping Weight: 0.3 lb
Your Price:$395.00 USD
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