Fine 1862 Confederate T-40 $100 Note w/Steam Train Vignette
Here is a Fine Confederate T-40 $100 Note ! This one was issued October 2nd, 1862, and has the center vignette of a steam locomotive pulling several passenger cars. In the lower left is a vignette of a lady carrying a basket on her head. The note is hand signed and numbered and the serial of this one is 58272. The clarity is still good for a circulated note. The reverse shows fold marks normal for a circulated note, and interest paid twice. One interest mark is handwritten in ink stating, “Interest paid to Jan. 1, 63” and the other is stamped, “Interest paid to 1 January 1864.” Just a Nice Displaying 1862 Confederate $100 Note !
VF/XF Confederate T-30 September 2, 1861 Ten Dollar Note
Here is a VF/XF September 2, 1861, Confederate $10 Note !
It’s really a very pretty example with excellent color and detail.
Four or five vertical folds evident from the reverse, but barely
show at all from the front. One corner fold visible from the
back and two tiny pinholes, but the margins are excellent. Hand
signed, with serials in red ink. Vignette at center depicts the
“Sweet potato dinner” Revolutionary War General Francis
Marion offered a British Officer. Vignette at lower left is R.M.T.
Hunter, Confederate Secretary of State. Much better in person
than my poor scans. Email and I can send you a bigger image.
A Super DisplayingT-30, 1861 Dated Confederate
Ten Dollar Note !
$140 plus shipping
Nice 1863 US Fractional Three Cent Note
Here is a Very Nice Civil War Period U.S. Fractional Three Cent Note ! Issued the Act of March 3rd, 1863, the little note is just 1.625 inches tall by 2.5 inches wide. The center vignette is a bust of George Washington, with the words “Three” & “Cents” at either side. The paper is a light tan/green color with black print on the front and green on the reverse. The center of the reverse shows a big number 3, inside a green circle of stars, and the roman numerals III in each corner. Though is has circulated quite a bit all the details still show very well. A Fine Displaying Civil War Period U.S. Fractional Note !
Very Fine Confederate T-40 1862 $100 Dollar Note - Hand Signed
Here is a Very Fine to Extra Fine Confederate T-40 $100 Dollar Note ! It was issued October 22nd, 1862, and also has the center vignette of the steam locomotive, and the lady carrying a basket on her head in the lower left. It is hand signed and the serial number is 64844. There is one noticeable fold at center, and a couple of others that are very light. The reverse shows where the interest was paid twice in 1863, and once in 1864, and 1865. Just a well above average Confederate T-40 $100 Note that Displays Great !
Nice Displaying 1863 South Carolina Ten Cent Note
Here is a Nice Bank of South Carolina Ten Cent Note !The front has blue and black print on pale white paper and has seen circulation, but still displays well. Dated Feb. 1, 1863, it is hand signed, with a Palmetto Tree at center and the number 10 on either side. The reverse shows red print that says, “TEN” and “Issued under Act Feb., 1863.” It measures 2.5 inches tall by 3.75 inches wide. Just a Neat Displaying Civil War Period South Carolina Note !
Very Uncommon 1862 Dated, "Fort Smith City, Arkansas," Fifty Cent Merchant Note - Also Redeemable in Fayetteville, Arkansas; Van Buren, Arkansas; Fort Gibson, Indian Territory; Sherman, Texas; Denton, Texas; and of course, Fort Smith, Arkansas.
Here is a Quite Uncommon January 9th, 1862, Fort Smith City, Arkansas, Fifty-Cent Scrip Note ! I say “Uncommon” because you frequently see Civil War Period notes from most of the other Southern States, or Towns, but Arkansas examples are rare. This one is a merchant note that was good at Stirman & Dickson’s in Fayetteville, Arkansas, White & Hanley’s in Van Buren, Arkansas, F.H. Nash’s at Fort Gibson, Indian Territory, Alexander & Allen in Sherman, Texas, J. M. Smoot in Denton, Texas, & Wm. Mayers, the issuer in Fort Smith. It would seem that all these men had business dealings together, for the note to be redeemable in any one of these places. It measures about six inches wide by 2.75 inches tall, and is in average worn condition. I see about half a dozen small pinholes, but nothing large, and it is quite limber. It is hand signed by Wm. Mayers, the man who issued it in Fort Smith, and also hand serial numbered. I have seen these notes in VG to F condition bring $250, but this one is priced for the condition. A Quite Uncommon Civil War Period Fort Smith, Arkansas, Fifty-Cent Scrip Note !