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Thomas Bragg Image 1862 Confederate Civil War $100 Savings Bond
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This is a nice and 100% authentic 1862 dated Confederate States of America savings bond. This is the style issued under the act of the Confederate Congress on August 19th 1861 in the $100 denomination. It is the style that has the likeness of Thomas Bragg at the top of the bond. He served as Confederate Attorney General in the Confederate Government. He also served as Governor of North Carolina and was the older brother of Confederate General Braxton Bragg. This one has 27 of the original interest coupons on the bottom. When the date arrived that is printed on the bottom of the coupon you could cash it in for your interest payment. At the bottom edge of the top portion you can see the printer's mark from the firm of B. Duncan of Columbia, South Carolina. It is correctly hand signed and numbered by the Confederate Government officials in fine brown ink. One neat thing about this bond is that it is serial numbered "1622". This one is signed by the register of the Confederate Treasury Robert Tyler. Tyler was the son of the 10th President of the United States John Tyler. This always makes a neat thing to point out when you show the bond to your friends. This is the Confederate bond listed as CR-44 in the Criswell bond book and as B116 in Ball's Bond Book. They state that there were only 1,615 of these issued and this one is hand numbered "1537" in ink. This is a very attractive original Confederate states savings bond.

Item #: B9378
Shipping Weight: 0.6 lb
Your Price:$125.00 USD
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