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$ 58.
CONFEDERATE 1864 $ 10. NOTE - T68/547 - February
17, 1864 - Horses pulling cannon on center - R.M. T.
Hunter on lower right. Good color but trimmed close.
Very good condition.
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STATE OF MISSISSIPPI 1864 $ 3. NOTE - MP42 - May 1,
1864 - Sentinel on duty in center and Indian on lower
left. Red 'Three' overprint. Several pin holes - Vrey good
condition.
CIVIL WAR RELICS
CIVIL WAR AND HISTORICAL MEMORABILIA
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STATE OF MISSISSIPPI 1862  $ 20. NOTE - MP11A -
Indians on left and maiden on right. Overprint of
"Cotton Pledged" and "XX" in drab. Note has some
rough areas on edges and numerous pin holes. Reverse
of note shows folds and a reddish coloring foriegn to the
note. Good condition.
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$ 58.
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CONFEDERATE 1864 $500. NOTE - T-64 Seems tough to
find these at under $600 anymore in this condition much
less $500. Good color and sound paper (only several very
small pin holes). Has been folded as can see on reverse
side photo. Treasury stamp visible on lower left corner.
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STATE OF GEORGIA 1863 25 CENT NOTE - GA15B  
January 1, 1863 - Milledgeville, Georgia  Howell
Engraver. This is the rarest of these notes. They would
normally have a red or green stamp on the obverse, this
note is obviously without nor has it been signed &
issued. The note has been folded and has several small
holes but in good condition.
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$ 325.
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 $4000. and made out to the
Eufaula Home Insurance Company. There are several
'chips' missing on the right edge, has had multiple folds
but no separation on any of them.
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$ 44.
STATE OF ALABAMA - $1. NOTE - AL1 - 1st series
note for the January 1, 1863 issue. Very good condition
- has a very small hole just to the left of the capitol
dome.
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$ 575.
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
small 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.
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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.
$ 115.
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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 in paper.
$ 48.
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$ 295.
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.