an IMPORTANT FISCAL RELIC--dating back 150
from a "fresh" hoard
which came out of a New Orleans
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX
in the 1960s and remained intact until acquired by our firm;
the contents also included silver and gold coinage of the era
this was a CASH HOARD, not a true collection
MANY of the SPECIMENS are ENTIRELY
SOME of these NOTES have "REPAIRS" or PATCHES put on
in antiquity--not intended to deceive, merely to
complete or circulate the note
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 briefly described
the NOTE ILLUSTRATED is the
EXACT ONE YOU will RECEIVE;
many are entirely problem-free!
none will qualify as the finest known, but almost all are nice
representative examples from this historic era involving the
WAR BETWEEN the STATES
this specimen is a
known as a
it grades approximately
A few very hard to see patch edge repairs on back and a couple internal splits, but note still looks great!
Stonewall Jackson at right
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