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$10 1861 CONFEDERATE==CIVIL WAR====T-21=PCGS EXTREMELY FINE 40
 
$10 1861 CONFEDERATE==CIVIL WAR====T-21=PCGS EXTREMELY FINE 40
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Description:

an   IMPORTANT  FISCAL  RELIC--dating back 150 years

from a tragic time in the history of the

United States

the outcome of which shaped the nation forever

unfortunately, no matter which side “won”,

both sides lost;

the bloodiest war in US history,

with the loss of more American lives than any conflict prior or since

 

from  a  "fresh"  collection

which came from a Southern Gentleman

who quit acquiring notes

in the mid-1970s and

the holdings remained intact until acquired recently by our firm;

 

 as the collector recognized that he would never be able to afford the ultra-rare Montgomery issues, he still took pride in buying pieces of pleasing appearance

and it gave him great pleasure to show these to friends and family

 

particular care taken to select notes with strong pen signatures

and typically better than average margins, most free of the design frame

 

this was a modest collection, assembled with limited means/funds,

although with an eye towards affordable quality

 

MOST  of  the  SPECIMENS  are ENTIRELY  PROBLEM-FREE

therefore

any "REPAIRS" or PATCHES put on

in antiquity—will be described

 

PLEASE  REVIEW the  SCANNED  IMAGES  CAREFULLY

 

as some notes have faults, such as edge splits, tiny holes, discoloration, etc which should be evident in the scans

major faults will be described

 

the  NOTE  ILLUSTRATED   is  the EXACT  ONE  YOU  will RECEIVE;

all are nice representative examples from this historic era involving the

 

CIVIL  WAR

or the

WAR  BETWEEN  the  STATES

 

this specimen is a

$10    from  1861

known as a

T-21

it grades:

  PCGS EXTREMELY FINE 40

apparent

 stain masked near top left of center

 
         
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