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  1. Very nice condition and SUPER RARE, Civil War date (August 1, 1862) United States $1 "GREEN BACK".  This note is serial number 38529 and has strong edges all the way around, mildly circulated with three old fold lines..  I have seen this note in only slightly better condition sell for over $2,000.  Here is your chance to have an absolute rarity from the American Civil War, a nice condition, original, war date $1 United States green back.--$650.

  2. Quite rare July 4, 1862 date $1. note drawn on the Bullion Bank of Washington, DC.  Some collectors view this War Time note literally as a form of a "Greenback".  This is a nice complete note, but does show "average" circulation.  This is actually a note that most collections are missing.--$225.

  3. Quite scarce October 1, 1855 Rhode Island $5. note drawn on the "Central Bank of Rhode Island".  This very intricatenote pictures "President George Washington", and is mildly circulated, but complete with strong edges.--$95.

  4. Absolutely beautiful condition "1863" date 10 cent fractional note.  The note appears to be completely uncirculated, and the colors are bright and vivid.--$75.

  5. Beautiful condition, completely uncirculated, $5 Arkansas Treasury note dated April 4, 1862.  This is serial number 71147 and is as crisp and perfect today as the day it was issued.--$125.

  6. Excellent condition, near uncirculated, State of Mississippi, July 1, 1862, $10 note.  This note is serial number 34766 and pictures a steam locomotive on the front.  I don't think you could find a more perfect example.--$175.

  7. Beautiful condition, near uncirculated, State of Florida, March 1, 1863, $3 note.  This note is serial number 5438 and was printed in Tallahassee, Florida.  It couldn't be in nicer condition.--$225.

  8. Excellent, near uncirculated condition, quite rare, State of Missouri, Civil War date $3 note.  This note is dated January 1, 1862, and was printed in Jefferson City.  These notes were printed on the reverse of unused 1850's bonds.  This example is serial number 13601.--$175.

  9. Quite rare, State of Louisiana, March 10, 1863, $20 note.  This note has red overprint and was printed in Shreveport, Louisiana.  The note has a blue printed reverse.--$150.SOLD

  10. Quite rare, Civil War date note from the State of Kentucky.  This is a $1 note dated May 20, 1862, on the Northern Bank of Kentucky - Lexington.  The note has an intricate farming scene with red overprint and is serial number 483.  The note is circulated, but remains sound with strong edges all around.--$125.SOLD*

  11. Near uncirculated condition, State of Alabama $5, January 1, 1864, Confederate Treasury note.  This note is serial number 13179 and was printed in Montgomery, Alabama.--$125.

  12. Beautiful unissued, uncirculated Civil War era State Of Missouri $100. Missouri Defence Bond.  This is a Civil War era Missouri Note that is rare to come by.--$175.

  13. Very pretty condition, near uncirculated, $100 note from the State of Mississippi.  This note has pretty green graphics, dated 1862, and is "Cotton Pledged" and redeemable for the sum of $100 in Confederate currency.  This is a super nice note.--$175.

  14. Quite rare, and in very nice near uncirculated condition $50 State of Alabama Civil War date (January 1, 1864) note.  This note was printed in Montgomery, Alabama, and is redeemable in Confederate Treasury notes.  It is serial number 947.--$150.

  15. Beautiful condition (possibly uncirculated) State of Georgia $50 note dated April 6, 1864.  This note was printed at Milledgeville, Georgia, and has beautiful, intricate graphics.--$75.SOLD*

  16. Quite rare, April 6, 1864, State of Georgia $100 note.  This note is serial number 23293 and is in near uncirculated condition.--$125.SOLD*

  17. Extremely ornate $10 note from the Farmers Bank of Kentucky - Frankfort.  This note is dated October 3, 1860, and is serial number 964.  This note has beautiful graphics with red overprint.  Civil War Era Kentucky notes are not real common to come by.--$95.SOLD

  18. Beautiful condition, Civil War date, State of Alabama $100 note.  This note is dated January 1, 1864, and is serial number 1868.  It has the "Map on Tree" in the lower left and an Indian camp scene in the center.  This is a Montgomery, Alabama, note and is redeemable in Confederate Treasury notes.--$175.

  19. Quite rare $10 note from the Central Bank of Tennessee in Nashville.  This note is dated July 11, 1853, and appears to be uncirculated or very near to that.  It has incredible graphics.--$150.

  20. VERY RARE CIVIL WAR ERA "COUNTERFEIT" of the T-10 July 25, 1861 Civil War Confederate "T-10" note.  This COUNTERFEIT, although scarce, is an easy one to spot in that the genuine Confederate T-10 notes DID NOT HAVE THE LARGE GREEN "CSA" overprint.  In 50 years I have only had about 5 of these !!!  This is a beauty in near uncirculated condition.--$175.

  21. Nicely framed group of three 1862 date, "The Western and Atlantic Railroad" notes.  The notes include a June 1862, 25 cent note, and April 1862 50 cent note, and a January 1862 $1 note.  All three notes remain in nice condition with complete, strong edges.  It is ready to hang.--$125.

  22. Excavated "large cent" with crisp detail dated 1847 and with full "Liberty" visible.  This coin was recovered from a Confederate camp site located on private property near Tullahoma, Tennessee.--$38.SOLD

  23. Excavated silver quarter dated 1858 and has a small hole where it was worn around a soldier's neck.  This was a common practice so that a soldier always had enough money to buy a meal.--$75.SOLD

  24. Very pretty condition, 1859 date, $10 Lexington, Bank of North Carolina note.  Note has red over print, and is extremely ornate with a farming scene, and two Southern Belles.--$95.

  25. "March 3, 1863"  3-cent United States Postal Fractional Note redeemable in "Postage Stamps".--$75.

  26. Quite rare to find, and very pretty condition Civil War era "Five Cent" July 17, 1862  "United States Postal" fractional note that was Redeemable for "Postege Stamps".--$75.

  27. Excavated, 1854 half-dime.  The coin shows circulation and was recovered from an 1863 Confederate camp near Shelbyville, Tennessee.--$45.

  28. Non-excavated, "1842" date large cent.  This was found among items in a Confederate estate in Tennessee.--$38.

  29. Excavated 1854 Half Dime.  This was recovered from the 1863 winter camp of the 16th AL. INF.  The soldier had started work putting a hole through it so it could be worn as a necklace, but, for some reason, didn't get all the way through.  I once read that soldiers did this so that they always had at least "one meal" with them at all times.  This soldier lost his "meal ticket" !!--$48.

  30. Nice little excavated 1855 date "half dime".  This was recovered from an 1863 date Confederate infantry camp located along Duck River near Shelbyville, TN.  This coin has a little hole where it was being worn on a string around a soldier's neck.  I once had a soldier's letter saying that they wore either a dime or half dime around their neck so that they could always buy at least one meal.  This soldier lost his "meal ticket" !!--$45.

  31. Really pretty non-excavated 1863 date mid-War Indian Head cent.  This is a coin that we quite often recover from Civil War camp sites.  Perfect for display in a Civil War camp scene display.--$38.

  32. Non-excavated 1852 date large cent.  This is a coin and date that we frequently recover around Civil War camp sites, so we know that soldiers extensively carried these.--$38.

  33. Very nice condition, original, September 2, 1861, $20 "sailing ship" note.  This note is lightly circulated but retains good edges all the way around, is serial number 25802, and has a green revenue tax stamp on the reverse.--$125.

  34. Very nice condition, original, September 2, 1861, $20 "sailing ship" note.  This note is lightly circulated but retains good edges all the way around and is serial number 64380.--$100.

  35. 1863 date, State of Alabama, $1 note.  This note is fragile and does have some chipping around the edge.--$25.SOLD

  36. Seldom seen 50 cent fractional note from the Augusta, GA. Savings Bank, and dated DEC. 2, 1861.  The lettering is in RED.--$48.

  37. 1863 date "State of Alabama" 50 cent fractional note.--$48.

  38. Excellent condition "Ten Cent" 1863 date fractional note from the state of North Carolina.  Issued from Raleigh on Jan. 1, 1863.--$48.

  39. Framed "Stonewall Jackson" commemorative $500 Confederate note.  The note is dated February 17, 1864, and was framed in 1907 by the Daughters of the Confederacy along with the famous poem, "Lines on the Back of a Confederate Note".--$295.SOLD

  40. Very nice condition Jan., 1863 Bank Of Alabama $1. note.  This note was printed in Montgomery, and is serial number "37819".--$78.

  41. Excellent condition, State of North Carolina, January 1, 1863, five cent note.  This note is serial number 78 and remains in uncirculated condition.  It has the State Seal of North Carolina in the center.--$48.

  42. Very pretty condition lightly circulated July 21, 1862 Virginia $1. Treasury Note.  This note has red overprint, and intricate graphics.--$79.

  43. Beautiful condition with bright vivid colors Confederate Feb. 17, 1864 "Horses Pulling The Cannons" $10. note.  This is an uncirculated note that couldn't be any prettier !!--$95.

  44. Very nice condition, 1861 dated, State of Alabama $2 note.  This note has intricate graphics of slaves harvesting sugar cane.  The note was issued by The Central Bank of Alabama, Montgomery.--$85.

  45. VERY Circulated, State of South Carolina, 75 cent fractional note.  This note appears to have exchanged hands many a time.--$45.

  46. Excellent condition, State of North Carolina $1 note dated January 1, 1863.  This note is serial number 2796.  The note appears to be totally uncirculated and has never been folded.--$65.

  47. Very nice condition, circulated, 25 cent fractional note dated September 22, 1862, and marked Naples but does not give the state.  I think that Naples, FL. was founded later, so am unsure which state.--$45.

  48. Very nice condition, uncirculated or close to uncirculated, Confederate $5 note of the February 17, 1864, series.  The note still has good color and does not appear to have ever been folded.--$89.

  49. Good solid circulated State of North Carolina 50 cent fractional note.  Note was issued Sept. 1, 1863--$45.

  50. Very pretty, excavated, 1850 date, silver seated Liberty dime.  The coin has a small hole in it where it was being worn as a necklace.  I once had a Civil War letter that said soldiers sometimes wore a coin around their neck so that they always had money enough for one meal.--$45.

  51. December 2, 1862, series - $5 Confederate States of America note.  This is a good, solid, circulated note, serial# 6179, and remains a good, complete example.--$79.

  52. Very nice colorful July 21, 1862, $1 Virginia Treasury note.  This is a circulated note but remains very sound and is serial# 42595.--$85.

  53. Very ornate in design, May 1861 date, Bank of Augusta, Georgia, $1 note.  The note has "interest paid" stamps on it as well.  It is in circulated condition but remains very stable.--$79.

  54. Group of three, Civil War Era, United States fractional notes.  All three notes are circulated and show wear, and a couple of them have a few small holes.  Two of the notes are dated March, 1863.  The 50 cent note is July 24, 1860 or 1866, I just can't tell for sure.  All three notes for $75.SOLD

  55. Nice, complete, sound, T-20, September 2, 1861, Confederate $20 note.  This note is lightly circulated but has a good edge all the way around.  I have recently seen this note priced at over $400 at a recent show.--$175.

  56. Very attractive, lightly circulated, T-51, December 2, 1862, Confederate $20 note picturing the State Capitol of Nashville, Tennessee.  The note still has good edges all the way around and is a good example of this rather rare note.--$175.

  57. Very pretty, excavated, 1836 bust half-dime.  This coin was recovered from the camp of the 8th Texas Cavalry CSA which was located near Unionville, Tennessee, in 1863.  The coin has a small hole in it, and according to a soldier's letter I once had, always insured that the soldier had enough money for one meal, and he wore the coin around his neck on a string.--$65.

  58. Very nice condition, February 17, 1864, issue, Confederate $5 note out of Richmond, Virginia.  This note is only lightly circulated and has a nice, pink color and crisp detail.  This is serial number 50537.--$95.

  59. Very unusual artifact to recover.  This is a COUNTERFEIT, 1857 date, Federal Quarter.  It was recovered from a Texas Cavalry camp (8th Texas Cavalry) located near Unionville, Tennessee.  It is made from a pewter alloy.--$45.

  60. Excavated, 1865 date, US copper 2 cent piece.  This was recovered from a Federal occupation camp on private property here at Murfreesboro, Tennessee, that was occupied until the end of the Civil War in 1865.--$38.

  61. Very pretty non-excavated 1865 US copper 2-cent piece.  This coin will grade EF, and was in an old Civil War era change purse.--$58.

  62. Extremely rare, 1863 date Civil War token for a War Claims Agent.  This token is marked, "C. G. Bruce, Authorized War Claim Agent, 1863, Cleveland O.", and on the reverse, "$100 Bounty, Pensions, Back pay, and Etc. Collected and Cashed".  A small hole is drilled for wear on a chain for a soldier to have for future reference.  In over 50 years in the business, I have had less than ten of these, and this is the only one I have ever had from the State of Ohio.--$175.

  63. Very nice condition Confederate $5 note dated February 17, 1864, and picturing the State House in Richmond, Virginia, as well as President Jefferson Davis on the lower right corner.  The note is serial number 88066 and has nice color and strong edges showing only light circulation.--$89.

  64. Nice condition, "hand-me-down", 1864 date copper 2 cent piece.  This was found while clearing a local estate and brought in.  It will be a very nice addition to someone's Civil War display.--$35.

  65. Three excellent condition coupons from Confederate Loan Bonds.  One is from an 1863 $100 bond, one is from an 1861 $500 loan bond, and one is from a February 17, 1864, $1,000 Confederate Loan Bond.  All three are in perfect condition and are presented in a glass display case.--$50.for all three.

  66. Excavated, "bust" dime dated 1834 and recovered from the camp of the 8th Texas Cavalry.  The coin has some wear, but you can still read "Liberty", and the 1834 date is very clear.--$89.

  67. Extremely rare to recover, 1860 - O (New Orleans) silver half dollar.  This half dollar was recovered about 30 years ago by my old relic-hunting buddy, Wayne Jenkins.  Wayne recovered this rare coin from the 1862 - 1863 winter camp of Wharton's 8th Texas Cavalry which was located just south of Unionville, Tennessee.  The coin does have wear and clearly shows use, but the 1860 date remains vivid and clear.--$125.SOLD

  68. Quite rare, July 1, 1862 date, State of Virginia, Fluvanna County $1 Civil War note.  The really cool thing about this note is that it was printed on the reverse of a sheet of already printed pre-war currency.  This was done due to the scarcity of paper in the South during the Civil War years.--$85.

  69. Quite rare, war date, March 10, 1863, 75 cent note issued by the Macon (GA) Savings Bank in Macon, Georgia.  The note is redeemable in Confederate Central Government currency.--$65.

  70. Excavated, silver seated Liberty dime.  This dime was recovered from the camp of the 8th Texas Cavalry and is dated 1838.  The camp where this coin was recovered was occupied in 1863 which means that the coin had already been in circulation 25 years and explains why the coin shows wear.  In just a few years, this coin will be 200 years old--$48.

  71. Very pretty, uncirculated condition, Confederate $10 note dated February 17, 1864, and picturing the horses pulling the cannon.  It is serial number 60124 and actually does not appear to have ever been bent or folded.--$89.

  72. Very rare, 1862 date, State of Florida $10 note.  This note pictures three maidens in the center and two blacks working in cotton on the left.  The note is serial number 985 and was issued January 1, 1862, from Tallahassee, Florida.  The note remains complete and shows mild circulation.--$225.

  73. Excellent uncirculated condition State of Alabama, January 1, 1863, 25 cent State note.  This note is serial number 821 and has the State Seal of Alabama in the upper corner and slaves hauling cotton in the center.--$48.

  74. Now here is a cool artifact from 60 years ago.  It is a nice condition, 1862 date, original Confederate $2 note.  The note was being offered (and purchased) in 1962, 100 years later, for a whopping $1.95.  After 100 years, the Confederate note was finally worth basically $2 again.  But, my how the last 60 years have changed things.  We are leaving it on the old 1962 card, but the price is now--$85.

  75. This is one of the more popular of all Civil War Confederate notes.  It is the 1862 date, "Negros Chopping Cotton" $100 Confederate note with the orange over-print.  The note has "Interest Paid" stamps on the back where it was reissued for three consecutive years.  The note is circulated and shows use, but remains completely intact.--$125.

  76. Very pretty condition, virtually uncirculated, State of North Carolina $1 note.  This note was issued on January 1, 1863, from Raleigh, North Carolina.  This would be a very nice addition to any Civil War collection.--$75.

  77. State of North Carolina 50 Cent note issued January 1, 1864, out of Raleigh, North Carolina.  This is a circulated note and is serial number 599.--$65.

  78. Extremely rare to recover, "1861" date, seated Liberty half dollar.  This was recovered from a Confederate camp here and does show some circulation but remains in nice condition.--$175.SOLD

  79. Nice, solid, original circulated, Confederate $20 note dated February 17, 1864, and pictures the State Capitol of Nashville, Tennessee.  This note is serial number 89635.  A small corner of the red Confederate Treasury stamp can be seen in the lower left corner of the note.--$89.

  80. Extremely rare Civil War date, State of Florida, $20 note.  This note was issued October 10, 1861, out of Tallahassee, Florida.  It is serial number 4161.--$225.

  81. Civil War date, August 9, 1861, receipt from Providence Tool Company for 3 bundles of iron weighing 353 pounds.  It is very likely that this wrought iron during the Civil War was on its way to becoming muskets, sabers, or bayonets.  Providence Tool Company itself produced both muskets and sabers during the Civil War.--$45.

  82. Excavated, 1850 - O date, silver quarter.  This coin was recovered from a Confederate camp at the base of the Cumberland Plateau.  It has considerable wear but you can still read the 1850 date and the "O" for New Orleans mint mark.  This will be a very nice addition to someone's display of excavated Civil War artifacts.--$69.

  83. Very nice condition bank note dated October 5, 1854, from Remington Arms Company signed by Samuel Remington.  This would be an excellent compliment to display with your Civil War Remington revolver.--$95.

  84. Very nice condition, original, September 2, 1861, $20 "sailing ship" note.  This note is lightly circulated but retains good edges all the way around and is serial number 7965.--$125.

  85. Very rare, 1861 date, State of Florida $3 note.  This note pictures George Washington and was issued December 6, 1861, from Tallahassee, Florida.  The note remains complete and shows mild circulation.--$225.

  86. Anciently old, 1835 bust dime recovered from General N. B. Forrest's Cavalry camp near Columbia, Tennessee.  The coin does show circulation, but you can still read "Liberty" and the full 1835 date.--$115.

  87. Very pretty condition, excavated, 1839 (O) New Orleans, seated Liberty Dime.  This coin was recovered from one of General Polk's Army of Tennessee 1863 camps along Duck River near Shelbyville, Tennessee.  This coin will be a very nice addition to any Civil War display-$95.

  88. Very attractive, 1841-New Orleans, seated Liberty dime.  This dime was recovered from a Confederate Cavalry camp occupied in 1863 and located here in Middle Tennessee.  The dime does show some actual circulation, but the date and the "O" for New Orleans remain clearly legible.--$75.

  89. Absolutely drop-dead beautiful, excavated, 1852 - O (New Orleans Mint), silver half dime.  This dime was recovered about 40 years ago from the camp of the 8th Texas Cavalry and literally looks like it just left the mint.  You can literally still read "Liberty" as clearly as the day it was made.--$195.

  90. Excavated, "1858 - 0" silver HALF DOLLAR.  This coin was recovered from the camp of the 16th Alabama Infantry and is one of only a handful of larger denominations of silver coins recovered from the 1863 Army of Tennessee winter camps along Duck River near Shelbyville, Tennessee.  This coin shows quite a bit of actual wear and circulation.--$125.

  91. Very circulated "State of Alabama" 10 cent fractional note.  This note is serial number 13937 and is dated January 1, 1863.  The note shows lots of wear and has been folded many times.--$45.

  92. Quite rare, State of Louisiana 50 cent note #3475 and dated March 1, 1864, out of Shreveport, Louisiana.--$75.

  93. Excellent condition, uncirculated, State of South Carolina 25 cent fractional note.  This note is dated February 1, 1863.--$65.SOLD

  94. Very ornate and uncirculated, March 13, 1862, Virginia Treasury Note.  This note remains as crisp as the day it was made and appears to have never even been folded.  It has the Virginia State Seal on the extreme right hand side.--$95.

  95. Excellent condition, original bank check from Samuel Remington of Remington Arms Company.  The check is dated September 26, 1853, and remains in perfect condition.  This would be an excellent compliment to display with your Remington revolver.--$95.

  96. Very nice condition, original February 17, 1864, printing of the Confederate $10 note picturing the horses pulling the cannon motif in the center.  This note remains in very nice condition but does show a small amount of circulation.  This has always been one of the most popular Confederate notes because of the horses and cannon scene in the center.--$89.

  97. Quite scarce, State of Mississippi, 25 cent fractional note issued May 1, 1864.  This is a really pretty note.--$55.

  98. Beautiful, near uncirculated condition, Confederate February 17, 1864, issue $20 note.  This note pictures the State Capitol of Nashville, Tennessee and is serial number 38890.  On the reverse side, there is a small part of the red treasury stamp in the upper right corner.  You couldn't ask for a nicer note.--$95.

  99. Beautiful condition, UNCIRCULATED, Confederate Horses Pulling the Cannon $10 note.  This is a first class example and has never even been folded.--$95.

  100. Very nice condition, State of Alabama, January 1, 1863, war date Confederate $1 note.  This note has been circulated lightly but remains crisp and complete.--$78.

  101. Very attractive, circulated, State of Alabama 50 cent note.  This note is dated January 1, 1863.  The note shows evidence of having been circulated but remains complete with crisp color and detail.--$65.SOLD

  102. Rare pair of South Carolina 25 cent fractional notes dated 1861, and extra cool in that they are printed on the reverse of earlier South Carolina bonds.  Each of these 25 cent South Carolina fractional notes have the South Carolina "Game Cock" front and center on each note.--$150. for both notes.

  103. Excellent condition Civil War date (Oct. 9, 1863) Murfreesboro, TN. bank note written by R. D. Reed here in Murfreesboro, TN. while the dust was still settling a few miles down the road at the Battle of Chickamauga, GA.  The 1863 Revenue Stamp remains intact and in nice condition.--$45.SOLD*

  104. Very attractive excavated 1853 Federal silver quarter.  This coin was recovered from 1863 Army of Tennessee Confederate winter camps located along Duck River near Shelbyville, TN.  The date remains crisp enough to see across the room, and you can still see most of "Liberty".  I'm sure that the soldier who lost this coin was VERY unhappy at the time !!!  A silver quarter would buy THREE GOOD MEALS during the Civil War Era !!!--$95.

  105. Quite rare and very attractive, Confederate T9, July 25, 1861, $20 note with the sailing ship.  This note remains in nice condition, but is unfortunately glued on each corner to a clear plastic backing.  It remains very sound and displays nicely and is a note that does not often become available.--$150.

  106. Beautiful condition, June 12, 1854, check from the Ilion Bank in New York, signed by "Samuel Remington" of Remington Firearms.  The Remingtons were very involved in providing both revolvers and longarms used by both sides during the American Civil War.--$95.

  107. Very nice, circulated condition, State of North Carolina, September 1, 1862, 25 cent fractional note.  The note has clearly been used but remains in good, complete condition.--$25.

  108. Excellent condition, uncirculated, Confederate $5 note.  This note is serial number 280 and remains in near perfect condition.--$95.

  109. Very pretty condition, excavated, 1846 - O, half dollar.  This coin was recovered from Confederate General John Hunt Morgan's CS Cavalry camp occupied during the spring of 1863 and located near Liberty, Tennessee.  This beautiful coin was recovered by one of my early relic hunting buddies who recently passed away.  I was hunting with him the day he found this coin.  It has crisp detail, and you can still read full "Liberty".--$350.SOLD

  110. Very cool, excavated "1863" dated Patriotic token from Cincinnati, Ohio.  This token was recovered from an 1863 Ohio Infantry camp here at Murfreesboro and is marked, "E. Townley - Hives & Bees - Mt. Auburn - Cincinnati", and on the reverse, the Indian Head and 1863 date.  I can't remember seeing another one of these ever recovered here at Murfreesboro.--$75.

  111. Very ornate, 1864 date, State of Georgia $20 note out of Milledgeville, Georgia.  This note is number 38079 and is in near uncirculated condition.--$89.

  112. Beautifully ornate, 1854 date, Farmers and Exchange Bank, Charleston, SC, $5 note.  This is a beautiful note with Yoke and Oxen graphics.  It is serial number 889 and is only lightly circulated with strong edges.--$89.

  113. Quite rare, Corporation of Winchester, CIVIL WAR DATE, red print, 15 cent note.  This note is dated June 24, 1861, and is serial number 2708.  The note remains in nice condition but does have two small chips around the edge.--$75.

  114. Beautiful condition, original $500 Confederate bill dated February 17, 1864.  This bill is serial number 17604 and has crisp signatures and pretty pink color.  It would be a nice addition to any Confederate display.--$425.SOLD*

  115. Seldom seen, 1858 date, $1 note from the Mechanics Bank of Augusta, Georgia.  This note is serial number 3680 and has a portrait of George Washington on the extreme left and an Eagle in the center of the note.  Bank notes, like this one, saw usage throughout the Civil War.--$95.

  116. Beautiful condition, uncirculated, State of North Carolina 25 cent note.  This note is serial number 14460 and is dated January 1, 1863.--$85.

  117. Very attractive, circulated, February 7, 1862 date, Bank of the State of South Carolina $2 note.  This note has a beautiful spread-wing eagle in the graphics in the center.  Although the note is circulated, it remains sound and complete.--$85.

  118. Very nice condition Confederate $20 bill picturing the Tennessee State Capitol in Nashville in the Center and Confederate Vice President Alexander Stephens on the lower right.  This note is serial number 13764 and is only lightly circulated with strong, crisp edges and nice detail and color.--$89.

  119. Very nice condition Confederate $5 note dated February 17, 1864, and picturing the State House in Richmond, Virginia, as well as President Jefferson Davis on the lower right corner.  The note is serial number 88066 and has nice color and strong edges showing only light circulation.--$89.

  120. Beautiful, uncirculated condition, $10 State of Texas warranty note.  This note was authorized on December 15, 1863, and was issued on February 10, 1865.  You couldn't ask for a more perfect condition Texas note.--$89.

  121. Very nice condition, lightly circulated, September 2, 1861 issue, T28, Confederate $10 note.  This note pictures Ceres and Commerce with an urn on the upper left and a locomotive on the right.  This note is serial number 134549 and is a note that you do not often see.--$125.

  122. 1849 date, United States large Cent that appears to be on the way to becoming a spur rowel.  The hole in the center is complete, but the points were not fashioned yet.  Also, an 1863 Indian Head Cent with a small hole for wearing it as a necklace or watch fob.  There is also an excavated, coat size, Confederate used Sportsman button with a buck deer on it.  A very attractive display for the money.--$49.

  123. Beautiful condition, September 1, 1862, State of North Carolina $1 note.  This note is number 32 and was printed out of Raleigh, North Carolina.  The note remains in excellent, uncirculated condition.--$75.

  124. Beautiful condition, uncirculated, January 15, 1862 issue, State of Georgia $5 note.  This is an excellent note with crisp edges and has orange over-print.  The note is out of Milledgeville, Georgia.--$85.

  125. Check signed "S. Remington".  7 1/4 x 2 1/2, March 17, 1860, Check is for $5, made out to himself for expenses and drawn on Remington's account at the Ilion Bank in Ilion, New York.  Samuel Remington (1819 - 1892) was the son of Eliphalet Remington II, the founder of Remington Arms.  Samuel joined his father's company in 1845 when it was named E. Remington & Sons and became a partner in the company.  This is an excellent Civil War Era document from a family of very important people during the American Civil War.--$95.

  126. Very nice historic grouping containing three $50 Confederate notes that have been handed down and are original to the historic Cedar Grove plantation house that is located in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina.  The notes remain in solid condition but have clearly been circulated and come with a signed family affidavit verifying that these notes are original to the Cedar Grove plantation.  It isn't often that we have Confederate currency come in that has an iron-clad, single family history back to the Civil War.--$275.for all three notes along with their documenting history.

  127. Beautiful condition, Civil War date, $5 Texas Treasury Warrant.  This note was issued February 10, 1865, out of Austin, Texas, and remains in excellent, uncirculated condition.--$89.

  128. Very nice condition, State of Louisiana, $1 note issued from Shreveport, Louisiana, on March 1, 1864.  The note retains nice detail and sharp edges.--$75.

  129. Indian Head token, G.C. Porter & Co. Clothing and Dry Goods, Meadville, PA.  Although undated, these tokens are believed to have been issued in 1863.  The token has a hole in the top where it appears to have been worn as a necklace at some point in time.  This is a neat Civil War Era Pennsylvania store token.--$38.

  130. Extremely ornate, 1860, Bank of the State of South Carolina note with beautiful graphics typical of life in Charleston around 1860.  The note is circulated but remains complete and sound.  This note would make a fine addition to any Civil War display.--$65.

  131. Very attractive, circulated February 17, 1864, Confederate $10 horses pulling the cannon note.  This note clearly shows circulation but remains complete and very sound.  The lady who was cutting the note apparently had a rough previous night and got portions of three adjoining notes with this note.  It is a very early serial number of 900.--$65.

  132. Very attractive, February 17, 1864, issue of the Lucy Pickens $100 Confederate note.  This note is serial number 72062.  Apparently the ladies that sat and signed and cut Confederate notes all day long every day had grown weary, because this one has a quite uneven angular cut.  If I had to sit, sign, and cut Confederate notes all day long every day, I'm certain mine would be more uneven than this one is.--$110.

  133. Excellent condition, State of South Carolina 75 cent fractional note dated February 1, 1863.  This note remains in near uncirculated condition and is hard to find mid-Civil War dated.--$45.SOLD

  134. Beautiful uncirculated condition State of North Carolina 1863 date $5. note.  This note was printed in Raleigh, and is serial number 4328.  Bright and vivid note that could hardly be any nicer.--$95.

  135. Excellent condition, uncirculated, Confederate 50 cent note dated February 17, 1864.  This note is serial number 6217.--$48.SOLD

  136. Very nice condition, near uncirculated, "T-69" Confederate $5 note dated February 17, 1864, and is serial number 94875.  This note literally appears to have never been folded.--$75.

  137. 1864 date, State of Alabama, $50 note.  This note pictures an Indian Warrior on the lower left and the Alabama "Map on Oak Tree" in the lower right.  It was printed in Montgomery and shows clear evidence of actual circulation.  A "Montgomery" $50 Alabama note is a rarity to find.--$150.

  138. Excellent condition, WAR DATE (March 1, 1864), State of Florida $5 note printed out of Tallahassee, FL.  This is an absolutely beautiful note with a standing Indian (probably a Seminole).  This note is serial number 5175 and appears to be uncirculated or very close to it.--$295.

  139. Very nice condition, February 17, 1864, "T66" Confederate $50 note picturing President Jefferson Davis in the center.  This note has nice pink color and is serial number 65762.  The note appears to be uncirculated or very near to it.  In addition, this note has the red "Department of Treasury" stamp in the lower left.--$125.SOLD*

  140. Very ornate, October 10, 1862, State of Louisiana $5 note.  This note was printed in Baton Rouge and has a very ornate, symbolic scene in the center and a mother Pelican feeding her young on the left-hand side (just like on the Louisiana buttons and Louisiana waist belt buckle).  The note remains in solid, crisp condition but does have a little chipping on the upper left corner.--$75.SOLD

  141. Beautiful condition (near uncirculated), Confederate, February 17, 1864, (horses pulling the cannon) $10 note.  The most interesting thing about this note is that it appears to have two different serial numbers on the same note (20951 at one location and 30951 at another location.--$75.

  142. Very nice condition, $5 Arkansas Treasury Warrant.  This note is dated January 21, 1863, and is especially rare in that the note is printed on "Bank of the State of Arkansas - Little Rock" notes on the reverse.  It is serial number 4089 and remains in very near uncirculated condition.--$150.

  143. Very attractive condition, T39, Confederate $100 note with "straight steam" coming out of the locomotive.  This note is serial number 31885 and is dated August 12, 1862.  The note is only lightly circulated with good, strong edges.--$125.

  144. Very pretty, T64, Confederate States of America $500 note picturing Stonewall Jackson and dated February 17, 1864.  This note has good color and remains crisp and strong but does show mild evidence of circulation.  It is serial number 25739.  I have recently seen this note priced at well over $1,000.  This is a very nice example and reasonably priced.--$595.

  145. Very nice, lightly circulated condition, Confederate Feb. 17, 1864 $20. Dollar note picturing the State Capitol in Nashville, TN.  This note has crisp detail and just enough wear to show that it was actually circulated.--$89.

  146. Quite rare, $50 Treasury Warrant from the State of Texas.  This $50 note was authorized December 15, 1863, but wasn't actually produced until January 26, 1865.  Every Texas collection should have at least one "Texas Treasury Warrant" note.--$89.

  147. Very nice condition, $3 Texas Treasury Warrant note that was authorized December 15, 1863, but was not printed and issued until February 10, 1865.  The note remains in excellent, near uncirculated condition.--$89.

  148. Very rare, Confederate Central Government, T-26, Confederate $10 note with the solid red "XX" overprint.  This note remains in excellent, near uncirculated condition.--$195.

  149. Just brought in by a local family, a T-20 CSA Confederate note, dated September 2, 1861, serial number 545, with Alexander Stephens pictured in the lower left, and, in the center, Industry, Cupid, and Beehive.  The note is lightly circulated but remains complete with good, strong edges.--$85.

  150. Excellent condition, March 3, 1863 issue, 3 cent United States fractional currency.  George Washington is pictured in the center.--$65.

  151. Very nice lightly circulated condition Confederate Central Gov't. issue $10. note dated "APRIL 6. 1863, and picturing the State Capitol in Columbia, South Carolina.  The reverse has pretty blue-green graphics.--$85.

  152. Very nice condition April 6, 1863 date Confederate $20. note which pictures the State Capitol in Nashville, TN. and has Alexander Stevens (the Confederate Vice-President) pictured on the front in the lower right hand corner.It has a pretty green-blue motif on the reverse.--$85.

  153. Quite rare, March 1860 check from "E. Remington & Sons" Arms Company, Ilion Bank, New York, signed by none other than Eliphalet Remington himself.  This will make a beautiful compliment to display with your Remington revolver or rifle.--$75.

  154. Quite nice, circulated condition, July 21, 1862, One Dollar Virginia Treasury Note.  The note is marked, "Virginia Treasury Note - Richmond - The Commonwealth of Virginia" and has red over-print.--$75.

  155. Beautiful graphics and very nice condition on this Nov. 1861 WAR DATE Bank Note from the "ILION BANK OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK".  The Bank Note is dated Nov. 8, 1861 and is for Eighty Dollars.  A REALLY PRETTY NEW YORK NOTE.--$75.

  156. Original T18, September 2, 1861 issue, $20 Confederate note with the sailing ship in the center.  The note is circulated and cut cancelled, but remains very sound and attractive.--$89.

  157. Quite rare to find, 1863 date, Bank of Chattanooga, $2 note backed by CONFEDERATE FUNDS.--$95.

  158. 1864 date, Bank of Commerce - Savannah, GA, $20 note.  This note has beautiful river graphics and has been "cut-cancelled".--$89.

  159. Quite nice, circulated condition, July 21, 1862, One Dollar Virginia Treasury Note.  The note is marked, "Virginia Treasury Note - Richmond - The Commonwealth of Virginia" and has red over-print.--$75.

  160. Very sound, but circulated condition, February 17th, 1864 date, Lucy Pickens, Confederate $100 note.  This is serial number (4076).--$95.

  161. Circulated, February 17, 1864 date, Confederate $50 note with Jeff Davis in the center.  This is serial number (58600).--$89.

  162. Original T18, September 2, 1861 issue, $20 Confederate note with the sailing ship in the center.  The note is circulated and cut cancelled, but remains very sound and attractive.--$89.

  163. Good, solid, complete, lightly circulated, February 17, 1864, Confederate $20 bill picturing the current State Capitol in Nashville, Tennessee.  The note pictures the Tennessee State Capitol in the center and Confederate Vice President, Alexander Stephens, on the lower right.--$85.

  164. Pair of non-excavated, pre-Civil War Era coins that were handed down through a local family by a Confederate ancestor.  The coins are an 1828 large cent and an 1847 half dime.  Both coins are presented in a glass display case.--$79.38.

  165. Quite rare, 1862 date, State of Missouri $5 note.  This note was printed in Jefferson City, Missouri.  At some point in the past, someone has attached the note to a clear backing by a little drop of glue in each corner.  The note has a little fraying along the top left edge, and I'm sure the clear backing was done to help stabilize the note.  We don't get State of Missouri Civil War date currency very often.--$115.

  166. Very rare and in nice condition, October 10, 1861, Civil War date, State of Florida, $50 note issued from Tallassee.  Florida notes as a whole are rare to come by, but a Tallassee $50 is especially rare.--$225.

  167. Quite circulated, April 1861, Corporation of Richmond VA, fifty cent fractional note.  The note remains complete but is quite worn from circulation.--$45.

  168. Very ornate, 5 dollar note from the "Farmers & Exchange Bank of Charleston, SC".  The note has intricate graphics of oxen pulling a load of cotton.  The note is circulated, but sound.--$65.

  169. Original, February 17, 1864, issue Confederate $50 note.  This note is serial# 37003 and pictures Confederate President, Jefferson Davis.  This is a good, honest, circulated Confederate $50 note.--$89.

  170. Quite scarce, Confederate, September 2, 1861, $50 note.  This note pictures Moneta seated by a treasure chest with a sailor on the lower left.  It is serial number 1157.  This note was removed from circulation and cut-canceled.--$95.

  171. Excellent condition, uncirculated, or near uncirculated, February 17, 1864 issue, $50 Confederate note picturing President Jefferson Davis in the center.  This is an early serial number of "461".--$115.

  172. Very nice condition, Confederate, February 17, 1864, $100 note.  This note is generally referred to as the "Lucy Pickens" one hundred.  The note shows very little circulation with good edges and sharp detail.--$125.

  173. Very nice condition, Civil War date (January 21, 1862) ornate $100 note from the "State of New York - Ilion Bank - Herkimer County."  This note has beautiful graphics with an Indian warrior on the left side and a maiden pictured in the upper right.--$55.

  174. Very scarce "T-14" September 2, 1861, $50 note.  This note pictures Moneta seated by a treasure chest with a sailor on the lower left.  It has been removed from circulation by being "cut canceled."  The note remains in nice condition but is somewhat uneven cut above the "$50".  Apparently the ladies cutting notes that day were a bit hungover.--$95.

  175. Excellent condition, February 17, 1864, $20 Confederate note.  This is serial# 7890 and appears to be in uncirculated or near-uncirculated condition.  This note pictures the standing State Capitol at Nashville, TN.--$85.

  176. 50 cent United States fractional note printed per the Acts of March, 1863, and June, 1864, and is the series of 1875.  Fractional U.S. currency is rare to come by.--$48.

  177. 20nash.JPG (23774 bytes)20nashrev.JPG (22822 bytes)T-67 $20 note. Nice circulated condition. The issue date is Feb. 17, 1864.This note has a reddish network background overprint. Intricate blue back with "Twenty" In large letters. The state capitol at Nashville, TN with A.H. Stephens at the right. --$75.

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