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Scarce 1862 Dated $1.00 Macon Mississippi Issued Mobile & Ohio Railroad Note
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This is an original Civil War piece of currency from Confederate Mississippi. This $1.00 note was issued by the Mobile and Ohio Railroad Company. It has the image of a train left hand side. It was issued from Macon, Mississippi and is dated from February 15th 1862. It is correctly hand signed and numbered. Macon, MS - Mobile & Ohio Railroad Co. $2 Feb. 15, 1862. This is a scarcer issue, one that we have had available only infrequently at best. This example is printed on the back of unissued bonds for this railroad. This was a 469-mile north-south railroad completed just after the opening shots at Fort Sumter. This railroad began at Mobile and had its terminus in Columbus, Kentucky. This was also the longest railroad in the Confederacy and helped provide unification for the Western Theatre in the early part of the war. The note is in circulated condition and is 100% authentic in all regards. It has the overall size of the note measures 6-3/8ths inches by 2-1/2 inches. It comes in an acid free holder for display and preservation.

Item #: B7735
Shipping Weight: 0.3 lb
Your Price:$295.00 USD
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