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  1. Quite rare, T50, Confederate $50 note dated December 2, 1862, with green over-print on the front and complete green motif on the reverse.  This is a circulated very scarce note but remains complete and solid and will display very nicely.--$150.

  2. Very pretty, excavated, "1863" date, "Army and Navy" patriotic token.  It has crisp detail, a smooth, chocolate patina overall, and an easily legible 1863 date.--$38.

  3. Excellent condition, non-excavated, 1863 date, "Army & Navy" patriotic token.--$38.

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

  5. Just yesterday brought in by a local family, a T-20 CSA Confederate note 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.

  6. Excellent condition, non-excavated, 1863 date, "Army & Navy" patriotic token.--$35.

  7. 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.

  8. Beautiful Civil War Date issue - (FEB. 1, 1863) SOUTH CAROLINA 75 cent fractional note issued by the "Bank of the State Of South Carolina".--$48.SOLD

  9. 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.

  10. Absolutely beautiful graphics on this quite rare "1862" Civil WAR DATE South Carolina $1. state note.  The note has the distinctive South Carolina Palmetto tree pictured in the lower left corner of the note.  This is one of the prettiest notes of the Civil War era.--$95.SOLD

  11. Quite rare, 25 cent, State of Georgia fractional note dated April 1, 1862, and printed on the reverse of a large railroad bond.  Due to paper scarcity during the war, Civil War date, Southern currency was sometimes printed on the reverse of other bonds and notes.  Southern notes printed in this manner are always very popular to find.--$48.SOLD

  12. 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.

  13. Very popular, Confederate $100 Central Government note picturing Negroes chopping cotton.  This note is dated October 29, 1862, and is serial number 34771.  The note remains in nice condition except for the unfortunate fact that a mouse dined on the upper left corner which I have restored for better presentation.  This note has quite a rarity in that the interest on the note was paid at Tallahassee, Florida, and the note has a Tallahassee stamping on the reverse.  If the mouse had not dined on the upper left corner of this note, it would easily be a $200 note, but since it has repair, it is very reasonably priced at --$75.

  14. Quite rare, very early war, Confederate $1,000 loan issued from Montgomery, Alabama, on the 1st day of May, 1861.  The note has green overprint and ten coupons remaining.  In 43 years, I have only had come through about a half dozen of this loan bond.--$195.SOLD

  15. Quite rare, February 20, 1863, Confederate States of America $1,000 loan bond.  This bond pictures President Jeff Davis, as well as an ornate scene of what looks to be Harpers Ferry, Virginia.  This loan bond was actually issued and is serial number 23051.  There are seven coupons remaining with the last one having been redeemed January 1, 1865.  The first one left present on the bond unredeemed is dated July 1, 1865.  Don't bother coming to the office for this one.--$195.SOLD

  16. Excellent condition, Confederate $500 Loan Bond dated February 20, 1863.  This is not a surplus bond, but is a bond that was actually issued, and the very last interest coupon redeemed was for January 1, 1865, and the first remaining coupon not redeemed is dated July 1, 1865, which means all further interest and the principal was lost after that point.  This $500 Confederate Bond will frame up beautifully and has the South Caroline Palmetto tree pictured at the top center.--$150.SOLD

  17. Two nice condition excavated Civil War coins recovered from Federal 1863 - 1865 long term camps located here at Murfreesboro, TN.  The coins include a large cent dated 1833 and a 3-cent piece dated 1865.--$48. for both coins in a glass case.SOLD

  18. Original, February 17, 1864, issue Confederate $50 note.  This note is serial # 83967 and pictures Confederate President, Jefferson Davis.  This is a good, honest, circulated Confederate $50 note.--$89.

  19. Nice condition, original February 17, 1864, Confederate "horses pulling the cannon" $10 note.  Many collectors feel this to be one of the most attractive notes of the Confederacy.  This particular note is serial number 35519.  The note is circulated but remains strong with good edges.--$55.SOLD

  20. Scarce 1862 date Lucy Pickens $100. Confederate note.  The note is complete, but has been folded for the past 150 years, and is a bit weak at the folds.  It displays very nicely though.--$95.

  21. 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.

  22. 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.

  23. One of the most popular and sought after of all Confederate notes - This is the "T-41" (Negros Chopping Cotton) $100. Confederate note with the orange-red overprint.  In nice condition these are bringing around $175. to $225. these days.  This is a beautiful example with the unfortunate fact that somewhere in the last 150 years a mouse decided to have the upper left corner for dinner.  I have restored the corner for very nice display.  Here is your chance to own one of the most popular and sought after Confederate $100. notes at a BARGAIN price.  The note is serial number "34771" and is dated Oct. 29, 1862.--$75.SOLD

  24. 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.

  25. Quite rare to find, 1863 date, Bank of Chattanooga, $2 note backed by CONFEDERATE FUNDS.--$150.

  26. 1864 date, Bank of Commerce - Savannah, GA, $20 note.  This note has beautiful river graphics and has been "cut-cancelled".--$89.

  27. Quite rare and sought after, Confederate, February 17, 1864, "Stonewall Jackson" $500 note.  This note is circulated but remains strong and complete.  The note does have one small repair just under the word "Richmond".  This is one of the most popular and sought after of all Confederate notes.  This note is serial number 8711.--$295.SOLD

  28. 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.

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

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

  31. Quite rare, December 1, 1861 date, 5 cent, Bank of Tennessee fractional note.  This note is circulated but remains complete and sound and is marked "Bank of Tennessee - Nashville - December 1, 1861."--$75.SOLD

  32. 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.

  33. Extremely rare to recover, "1861" date, silver, U.S. quarter dollar.  This quarter was recovered from a spring of 1863 Confederate Infantry camp located along Duck River near Shelbyville, Tennessee.  It is extremely unusual to recover any of the 1861 date U.S. silver coins.--$85.SOLD

  34. Quite rare to come by, WAR DATE, Bank of Chattanooga, Tennessee, $1 note.  The note is dated January 4, 1863, and pictures a locomotive scene.  The note is circulated but remains complete and sound.--$89.

  35. 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.

  36. 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.

  37. 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.

  38. Very scarce, Civil War Era $1 "script".  This $1 note was printed in Kansas City, Missouri, and could be redeemed at the "American Clothing House" located at the corner of 4th and Main in Kansas City, MO.  This note was at some time in the past affixed to a clear plastic backing for support.--$115.

  39. 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.

  40. October 17, 1861 issue of a one dollar State of North Carolina note.  The note is circulated but remains in complete, sound condition.--$48.

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

  42. Mint UNCIRCULATED State of North Carolina "Jan. 4, 1863" Wardate $2. note.  This note is in just flawless condition.--$85.

  43. Confederate issued, 5 dollar note, dated September 2, 1861.  This is a "T36" in Criswell and is commonly known as the"Ceres Seated on Bail of Cotton" note.  It is a very early numbered note - 851, and is in sound, complete, but circulated condition.--$85.SOLD

  44. 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.

  45. Extremely rare, "STATE OF FLORIDA" $5 note dated March 1, 1864, out of Tallahassee, FL.  The note remains in very nice condition showing just normal circulation and remaining complete with strong edges.  Civil War date currency from the State of Florida rarely comes along.--$325.SOLD

  46. Quite scarce, original CIVIL WAR DATE 1863 issue, bank of Chattanooga one dollar note.  The note remains in very sound circulated condition and is noted on the face of the note, "Pay to Bearer One Dollar in Confederate Treasury Notes when presented in sums of five dollars or its multiples."  This would be an excellent addition to a Chattanooga area Civil War collection.--$95.

  47. 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.

  48. 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.

  49. 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.

  50. 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.

  51. 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.--$75.

  52. Quite rare and sought after, Confederate $100, December, 1862 "Negroes Chopping Cotton" note (T-41).  This is a circulated note, but remains in complete, sound condition and has two interest paid stamps on the reverse.--$150.SOLD

  53. 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.

  54. 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.

  55. Extremely rare to find, 1862 date, $10 Texas Treasury Warrant.  The note is in very nice condition and dated May 19, 1862, and is serial number 55611.--$150. 

  56. Beautiful condition, excavated, 1859 Canadian one cent piece.  This was recovered from an 1863 Confederate camp on private property near Shelbyville, TN.--$45.

  57. 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.

  58. Beautiful condition, uncirculated "State of Alabama" 1863 issue 50 cents note.  The note is exchangeable for Confederate States Funds.--$65.SOLD

  59. Rather scarce September 2, 1862, "T46 Confederate 10-Dollar note" picturing Ceres reclining on a cotton bale and R. M. T. Hunter in the right corner.  This is a solid, attractive note, but is circulated with some water staining.--$75.

  60. 5dollarnote.JPG (64140 bytes)5dollarnoterev.JPG (61996 bytes)Nice condition January, 1864 issue Confederate $5. note.  This issue Confederate note has really pretty graphics on both front and back of the note.--$75.SOLD

  61. Excavated Confederate "I" {Infantry button} and two excavated silver coins - {a "1783" Spanish Reale - and a bust half dime with a hole through part of the date} For the Confederate "I" button and both silver coins.--$125.

  62. Mint uncirculated Jan., 1863 10-cent note from the State of Alabama payable in "Confederate States Treasury Notes".--$48.
  63. Very nice condition Confederate "Sep. 2, 1861" $20. note.  This one is known as the "Industry, Cupid, and Beehive" T20 note and is somewhat hard to find in nice condition.--$85.
  64. horses10.JPG (36288 bytes)horsesten.JPG (33137 bytes)Nice condition pink T-68 Feb. 17, 1864 Confederate $10. note.  This is the very popular "Horses Pulling Cannon" note.--$55.SOLD

  65. 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.
  66. 5richmond.JPG (123548 bytes)5richmondrev.JPG (30480 bytes)T-69 $5 Note. Nice circulated condition. The issue date is Feb. 17, 1864. This note has a reddish network overprint background. The state capitol at Richmond, VA and C.G. Memminger at the right. --$48.

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