|UNTIL I TRANSFER BONDS TO THIS CURRENCY
CATAGORY, THEY CAN ALSO BE FOUND IN THE
CIVIL WAR RELICS
CIVIL WAR AND HISTORICAL MEMORABILIA
CONFEDERATE BOND - CR15 - Rarity 7 - Three styles of
this bond were issued, between the three styles a total of
only 3,551 were issued. Scene shows Ceres and Commerce
with an urn. Dated July 1, 1862 it was lithographed by
Hoyer & Ludwig in Richmond, Va., has a hand written
amount of $4000. and made out to the Eufaula Home
Insurance Company. There are several 'chips' missing on
the right edge, has had multiple folds but no separation on
any of them.
STATE OF ALABAMA - $1. NOTE - AL1 - 1st series note
for the January 1, 1863 issue. Very good condition - has a
very small hole just to the left of the capitol dome.
BANK OF EAST TENNESSEE - Knoxville Dated Jan. 1,
1855 $1. note showing portrait of Andrew Jackson. Note is
circulated but in very good condition with only several
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY -
Dated Jan. 1, 1862 $2.00 note - Holly Springs, Miss.
Looks decent flat but when held up to light can see some
separation at one time folds. Hard note to obtain.
STATE OF GEORGIA $50. NOTE - GA2 - Dated January
15, 1862 showing Ceres in center standing with portraits
of Gov. Joseph Brown on both sides. Two treasury seals -
one at each end - very dark. Note is in excellent condition
with only a few every so tiny pin holes.
CONFEDERATE 1862 $2. NOTE - T342/336A - Dated June
2, 1862 this is an error note with a rarity of 10. It has the
numeral 1 at left and 10 to the right. There is a tear
nearly separating the '10' corner but it is still attached,
looking as though it's been folded over through the
years. Fair condition with numerous pin holes.
1812 ONE CENT PIECE - Large cent dated 1812, perfect for that War of
1812 display. Condition is respectable for an early American coin. Liberty
in head dress is strong and date is very clear. On reverse there tends to
be a bit more wear with "STATES OF" worn quite well.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 25 CENT NOTE - NC104B -
Dated Sept. 1, 1862 - Serial Letter to Right - considered
very rare. Solid condition but has some small pin size holes
UNCUT SHEET - ADRIAN INSURANCE COMPANY
(MICHIGAN) - C-1853 notes, signed in period ink but undated.
Judging by the signatures and titles of the signees the period
of the notes should be 1853. Entire sheet only has one visible
'pin point size hole - and only seen when held to a light.
Leading national obsolete currency have single notes for sale
but I've only seen this one uncut sheet. Judging by the prices
out there if these 4 notes were separated they would fall in the
range of $700. for all four. I have these at a very reasonable
price for an uncut signed sheet.
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI - RARITY 8 - Rather hard to
find $20. note - unissued (dated 186_) and has the "TEN"
watermark in the paper. Red '20' overprint on the
obverse. Trimmed right on the left border and has several
folds of which on the top center there is about 1/2" of
separation on the fold. This was a pleasant surprise in a
family grouping of C-1840-60 North Carolina papers.
CONFEDERATE 1861 $10. NOTE MARKED COUNTERFEIT
- T-25 note of Sept. 2, 1861 with period ink across the front
of the note 'COUNTERFEIT'. Note has been folded, shows
wear and has several very small pin sized holes.
ADRIAN, MICHIGAN - ERIE AND KALAMAZOO
RAILROAD BANK $5. NOTE - August 1, 1853 note is in
fairly good condition though has folds. Signatures are still
CONFEDERATE 1864 50 CENT NOTE - T72/578 - Dated
February 17, 1864 - typical small note on pink paper.
Very good condition.
CONFEDERATE 1862 $100. NOTE - T39/240 - Dated July
7, 1862 - good clean interest bearing note with two
interest paid stamps on the reverse from Augusta,
Georgia for the years 1863 and 1864. Very good condition.
CONFEDERATE 1864 $2. NOTE - T70/569 - Dated
February 17, 1864 - extremely clean note with great red
color on front. Very good condition with two very tiny pin
holes only visibly when held up to a light.
CONFEDERATE 1864 $5. NOTE - T69/564 - Dated
February 17, 1864 - clean note with good color front and
back. Very good condition with two very tiny pin holes
only visibly when held up to a light.
CONFEDERATE 1861 $10. NOTE - T28 - Dated September
2, 1861 - Clean early note but has some minor light stains
as can be seen in photos. Good condition with only several
very tiny pin holes only visibly when held up to a light.
CONFEDERATE 1864 $50. NOTE - T66/502 - Dated
February 17, 1864 - Faded color and some minor staining
as can be seen in photos. Good condition.
STATE OF GEORGIA 1862 $5. NOTE - Dated January 15,
1862 Extremely clean note with good red tint on front
and 1862 Georgia stamp on reverse. Very good condition.
BANK OF WASHTENAW - ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN -
One dollar note dated March 9, 1836 extremely clean note
with great graphics of an Indian and a very early train
scene on the right side. Very good condition.
SUSQUEHANNA BRIDGE AND BANK COMPANY $5.
NOTE - Dated July 1 2, 1832 - Baltimore, Md. - Used and
worn but not abused note, endorsed on reverse. Fair
condition with several very small pin holes only visible
when held to a light.
CONFEDERATE BOND - VERY RARE - CR10 - Lithographed by J.T.
Paterson & Co. Columbia, SC. Hand written amount of $1000. and
dated Richmond, February 17, 1863. Has folds and a 1/8" tear in one
fold at edge - extremely hard to find. Not pristine but in good
CONFEDERATE BOND - $500. 1862 - CR111 - Lithographed by B.
Duncan, Columbia, SC. Dated Richmond, May 17, 1862. Has folds
and retains 15 interest coupons. Was never signed by the Register of
CONFEDERATE BOND - $100. 1862 - CR120 - Lithographed by Archer
& Daly Dated Richmond, March 2, 1863. Printed on pink paper, now
faded, has folds and retains 4 interest coupons. Red Treasury Stamp in
upper right corner.
CONFEDERATE BOND - $500. 1862 - CR121 - Lithographed by Archer
& Daly - Richmond, Va. Dated Richmond, March 2, 1863. Printed on
pink paper, has folds and retains 7 interest coupons. Water stain in
upper left corner.
TEXAS TREASURY WARRANT FOR MILITARY
SERVICE - 1862 - TX11 - Dated January 4, 1862 good
green color on obverse, some minor stains. Reverse
shows wrinkles and folds, some separation on middle
fold at top of note. Good condition.
CIVIL WAR SUTLER SCRIPT - Unused script for William S.
Wilder, Sutler to the 1st District Cavalry. Predated 1864 and
approx. 2 7/16" x 7 3/16". Excellent condition.
THE LEGENDARY U.S. GREENBACK - 1862 $1. NOTE- Well
used, with an abrasion on the middle of the reverse. Received
the nickname from the heavily green reverse side. These notes
near 4 figures when in great condition.
CONTINENTAL CURRENCY - 1776 CC-45 - Approx. 2 3/4"
x 3 5/8" $8.00 Note issue date of July 22, 1776, only 18 days
after the Declaration of Independence. Signed by Sellers
and Watkins (Watkins signature is very light). Printed by
Hall and Sellers 1776. Good Condition.
UNITED STATES CURRENCY - 1779 CC-88 - Approx. 2
13/16" x 3 5/8" $2.00 Note issue date of January 14, 1779,
only 2 1/2 years after the Declaration of Independence. Has
red overprint on graphic and 'UNITED STATES' on left
border. Printed by Hall and Sellers 1779. Fair Condition.
MARYLAND COLONIAL CURRENCY - 1774 MD-62 -
Approx. 2 7/16" x 4 5/8" $2.00 Note issue date of April 10,
1774, only 2 years before the Declaration of Independence.
Signed by Eddis & Clapham. Printed by A.C. and F. Green.
SAGINAW (MI) CITY BANK - 1837 - $10.00 Note issue
date of December 26, 1837, shows a side wheeled steam
boat scene. Several small pin sized holes. Good Condition.
CITY OF PORTSMOUTH (VA) - 1861 - $1.00 Note issue
date of October 7, 1861, shows Virginia State Seal scene.
Printed on the reverse of City of Portsmouth Stock paper.
Some staining and foxing. Fair Condition.
STATE OF LOUISIANA - SHREVEPORT 1863 - $50.00
Note issue date of March 10, 1863, has likeness of
Confederate General L. Polk. Light blue reverse. Good