CONFEDERATE CURRENCY

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Confederate money has become so much sought after that it is now becoming quite difficult to obtain in decent condition. All grades of CSA currency are now rapidly disappearing into collections. The "T" numbers and the Subtype numbers refer to the Criswell Catalog numbers of the CSA and Southern State Currency. I will continue to offer a selection of CSA Currency to complement the Postal History as it becomes available. All the notes listed are in grades which are very collectible. Due to the extreme difficulty in obtaining CSA currency, I cannot offer discounts on these items to anyone. The CSA Member and Dealer Discounts do not apply to the currency section as I am offering these items at the lowest possible prices already. I believe the notes are fairly graded using the standard grading system.

Many of the Confederate period notes have small pinholes. A small number of pinholes not readily apparent, particlarly on the lower grade notes, are expected and may not be mentioned in the description. Many are actual pinholes caused by early dealers (late 19th and early 20th century) who had the habit of displaying the notes for sale in their shops by pinning them to cork bulletin boards. Other small holes are due to the simple wearing away caused by normal handling and circulation of what was at the time of printing very thin and very low grade paper to begin with. The period acidic ink can can also cause paper erosions particularly when very thin paper was used to print the bank notes.

Most notes have a scan of only the front side as many of the notes have a blank reverse. Other notes have only a simple design on the reverse. When a more complex reverse design is present, then both sides are scanned. If a scan of the reverse of any note is required, just send me an E-mail and I would be happy to supply a scan of the reverse by return E-mail.

Grading Abbreviations --
Unc = Uncirculated, AU = Almost Uncirculated, XF = Extra Fine, VF = Very Fine, F = Fine, VG = Very Good, G = Good, P = Poor.
CC = Cut Cancel.
Ch = Choice refers to a note that has four full Margins. Usually only used with notes that grade AU or Unc.

Table of Contents
CSA 1861 CSA 1862 CSA 1863 CSA 1864
ALABAMA ARKANSAS FLORIDA GEORGIA
LOUISIANA MISSISSIPPI NORTH
CAROLINA
SOUTH
CAROLINA
TENNESSEE TEXAS VIRGINIA CSA BONDS
Miscellaneous
SOUTHERN
MISSOURI Miscellaneous
NORTHERN

First National Flag-- CSA Notes 1861-- First National Flag

T8
CC2879
1/1/2024
CSA $50.00 Note (George Washington and Tellus Goddess of the Earth). Subtype Cr-19 Serial Letter "C'", Printed "For" before "Treasr", Bond Paper XF. $425.00
T9
CC2880
1/1/2024
CSA $20.00 Note (Sailing Ship). Subtype Cr-33 Serial Letter "D", Large "XX", Printed "For Treas", Bond Paper F-VF. $185.00
T13
CC2881
1/1/2024
CSA $100.00 Note (Slaves Loading Cotton, Sailor). Subtype Cr-53 Serial Letter D XF. $125.00
CT14
CC2669

Contemporary Counterfeit CSA $50.00 Note (Moneta with Chests and Sailors) Cr-CT14/64. Serial Letter AD and written signatures and a written serial number. This counterfeit is identified by the sailor at the left without a hat as his hair is blowing wildly. In the genuine, his hair is plastered to his head. This period counterfeit note undoubtedly crculated as a genuine note Fine. $150.00

T20

CC2446

CSA $20.00 Note (Industry with Cupid and Beehive, Female with Anchor, Alexander H. Stephens). Period Counterfeit CT20/142 Serial Letter 6 and 2 Series. Note circulated as genuine. Counterfeiter not identified. VF-XF. $95.00

T24

CC1446

CSA $10.00 Note (R. M. T. Hunter and Child) Subtype Cr-163 Block CSA Wtmk XF Punch Cancel with a tiny sealed tear at the edge of the punch.
$350.00

T24

CC1447

CSA $10.00 Note (R. M. T. Hunter and Child) Subtype Cr-159 “TEN” Wtmk F-VF Punch Cancel XF.
$350.00

T30

CC2136

CSA $10.00 Note (Sweet Potato Dinner, R. M. T. Hunter, Minerva) Subtype Cr-242 Fourth Series XF. $155.00

T30

CC2882
CSA $10.00 Note (Sweet Potato Dinner, R. M. T. Hunter, Minerva) Subtype Cr-239 Second Series VF CC (Cut Cancels sealed expertly from the back). $60.00

T35

CC2343

CSA $5.00 Note (Slaves loading Cotton on Mississippi Steamboat, Indian Princess). Subtype Cr-271. The "Indian Princess" is one of the rarest and most iconic of the Confederate type notes. This note, Serial No Ab 4239, was not previously listed on the recorded census and is newly discovered. It has now been added to the census. Fricke in his book listed 115 examples with the highest grade recorded being AU (only one) and only a very small number of notes that grade VF and none that grade XF. Most of the known examples are lower grade and have defects as the note was originally printed on very poor quality paper. This note was recently graded by the PMG as "25 Very Fine" which makes it a very high grade for this note. There are no defects, but there is a small period ink stain at the lower right. The note has no repairs and no restorations. This note is a consignment item and remains in the possession of the owner, but it is for sale. Please serious inquiries only. Price
on
Request
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SOLD

T36

CC2288

CSA $5.00 Note (Commerce Seated on Cotton Bale, Sailor) Subtype Cr-272 Hoyer & Ludwig F-VF. $100.00
CT36
CC2649

Contemporary Counterfeit CSA $5.00 Note (Commerce Seated on Cotton Bale, Sailor) Subtype Cr-CT36/274. Peterson Imprint, Plate 9A, Plain Paper. Written serial numbers and written signatures. Identified as counterfeit by the absence of a ship's rigging line that should go behind the sailor's head at the left. Excellent counterfeit that most certainly circulated as genuine VF. $125.00


First National Flag -- CSA Notes 1862 -- First National Flag

T39

CC2134

CSA $100.00 Note (Train Straight Steam and Milkmaid) Subtype Cr-291 Paterson Interest Paid at Augusta backstamps XF. $135.00

T39

CC2536

CSA $100.00 Note (Train Straight Steam and Milkmaid) Subtype Cr-296, Paterson, Large Letter below "A" with a period after the second serial letter, name printed in the left margin "Emiel Thiemer" which is presumed to be an engraver's or a printer's name. Issuing backstamp and Interest PAID backstamps from Richmond and Raleigh VF. $125.00

T39

CC2567

CSA $100.00 Note (Train Straight Steam and Milkmaid) Subtype Cr-291, Paterson, Large Letter below "A." Interest PAID to Jan 1, 1863 backstamp and Interest Paid manuscripts 1864 and 1865 VF-XF . $125.00

T39

CC2720

CSA $100.00 Note (Train Straight Steam and Milkmaid) Subtype Cr-294, Paterson, Small Letter below "A." Interest PAID backstamps from Augusta and Montgomery VF. $125.00

T39

CC2721

CSA $100.00 Note (Train Straight Steam and Milkmaid) Subtype Cr-292, Paterson, Small Letter far below "A." Interest PAID to January 1865 backstamp and mauscript. Minor ink erosion from the reverse at the lower left which does not detract VF-XF. $135.00

T39

CC2743

CSA $100.00 Note (Train Straight Steam and Milkmaid) Subtype Cr-291, Paterson, Large Letter below "A." Interest PAID backstamps from Richmond. VF-XF. $145.00

T40

CC2291

CSA $100.00 Note (Train with Diffuse Steam and Milkmaid) Subtype Cr-298 Paterson September 23, 1862 date. No Watermark. Issued and Interest PAID at Savannah backstamps VF (usual small pinholes). $125.00

T40

CC2292

CSA $100.00 Note (Train with Diffuse Steam and Milkmaid) Subtype Cr-298 Paterson August 19, 1862 date. No Watermark. Issued at Charleston with the small double circle Charleston SC postmark 8 SEP 1862 and Interest PAID at Charleston backstamps VF (usual small pinholes). $150.00

T40

CC2537

CSA $100.00 Note (Train with Diffuse Steam and Milkmaid) Subtype Cr-298, Paterson, September 23, 1862 date. No Watermark. Issued at Montgomery backstamp 20 NOV 1862, and Interest PAID at Jackson, Montgomery, Augusta backstamps VF-XF. $135.00

T40

CC2664

CSA $100.00 Note (Train with Diffuse Steam and Milkmaid) Subtype Cr-302, Paterson Ac Large letter below A, August 20, 1862 date. No Watermark. Interest PAID at Richmond back stamps. Printed name "McDonald" in the right margin who was most likely a printer who put his name on the plate. F-VF with pinhole at top center. Printed names in the margin at not commonly seen. $150.00

T40

CC2666

CSA $100.00 Note (Train with Diffuse Steam and Milkmaid) Subtype Cr-298, Paterson Ac, Small Letter below A, August 23, 1862 date. Block CSA Watermark. Issued at Montgomery 1 NOV 1863 back stamp. Interest PAID at Jackson and Interest PAID at Columbus back stamps VF.  $125.00

T40

CC2776

CSA $100.00 Note (Train with Diffuse Steam and Milkmaid) Subtype Cr-298, Paterson Ad, Small letter below A, No Watermark. Interest PAID at Augusta back stamps XF. $140.00

T40

CC2855

CSA $100.00 Note (Train with Diffuse Steam and Milkmaid) Subtype Cr-298, Paterson Ag, Small letter below A, No Watermark. Jackson, Miss postmark on the back NOV 6 1862 to show where and when issued. No interest PAID back stamps VF. Small ink erosions in the ink line at the upper right caused by the period acidic ink on the thin paper reinforced from the back with nearly invisible archival tape for protection which do not detract from the overall appearance. $150.00

T41

CC2770

CSA $100 Note (Slaves Hoeing Cotton, John C. Calhoun, Confederacy Personified) Subtype Cr-316A Plain Paper, Scroll 2, Frame stops at "Except." Interest PAID at August back stamp. Choice AU with an erosion hole at the lower right corner. $100.00

T41

CC2771

CSA $100 Note (Slaves Hoeing Cotton, John C. Calhoun, Confederacy Personified) Subtype Cr-316A Plain Paper, Scroll 2, Frame stops at "Except." Manuscritpt "Issued Jackson Jany 8, 1863" on the reverse and an Interest PAID at Columbus, Miss back stamp VF+. $160.00

T42

CC1928

CSA $2.00 Note (South Striking Down the Union and Judah P. Benjamin) Subtype Cr-334 First Series with single flourish Fine. $70.00

T42

CC2139

CSA $2.00 Note (South Striking Down the Union and Judah P. Benjamin) Subtype Cr-336 Second Series with double Flourish Fine+. $95.00

T42

CC2569

CSA $2.00 Note (South Striking Down the Union and Judah P. Benjamin) Subtype Cr-335 First Series with double flourish XF. $150.00

T44

CC2571

CSA $1.00 Note (Steamship, Liberty, Lucy Pickens) Subtype Cr-341 Third Series Fine. $80.00

T46

CC2298

CSA $10.00 Note (Ceres Seated on Cotton Bales, R. M. T. Hunter) Subtype Cr-343 "after" Fine+ CC (Cut Cancel sealed from the back).  $95.00

T51

CC1497

CSA $20.00 Note (Capitol at Nashville and Alexander H. Stephens) Subtype Cr-365 1st Series, shading, VF-XF.
$200.00

T51

CC2299

CSA $20.00 Note (Capitol at Nashville and Alexander H. Stephens) Subtype Cr-365 1st Series, shading, no printer's name Fine+ with some light toned spots. $125.00

T51

CC2724

CSA $20.00 Note (Capitol at Nashville and Alexander H. Stephens) Subtype Cr-366 1st Series, no shading, no printer's name. Period manuscript signature on the back of unknown significance F-VF. $145.00

T51

CC2850

CSA $20.00 Note (Capitol at Nashville and Alexander H. Stephens) Subtype Cr-366 1st Series, no shading, no printer's name. Small stain upper left and right center edge. Small erosion hole right center F-VF. $75.00

T52

CC2300

CSA $10.00 Note (Capitol at Columbia, R. M. T. Hunter) Subtype Cr-369 "Printed by B. Duncan" No Series XF. $125.00

T52

CC2726

CSA $10.00 Note (Capitol at Columbia, R. M. T. Hunter) Subtype Cr-369 "Printed by B. Duncan" No Series F-VF. $85.00

T52

CC2727

CSA $10.00 Note (Capitol at Columbia, R. M. T. Hunter) Subtype Cr-377 "Ptd by Evans & Cogswell" 3rd Series (small letters on left end) Fine+. $75.00

T54

CC2301

CSA $2.00 Note (Judah P. Benjamin) Subtype Cr-391 1st Series No Periods Fine. $110.00

T55

CC2302

CSA $1.00 Note (Clement C. Clay) Subtype Cr-397 1st Series No Periods Fine+. $125.00

T55

CC2729

CSA $1.00 Note (Clement C. Clay) Subtype Cr-398 1st Series, Period after both Letters, small pinholes Fine. $80.00


First National Flag -- CSA Notes 1863 -- First National Flag

T58

CC2448

CSA $20.00 Note (Capitol at Nashville and Alexander H. Stephens) Subtype Cr-427/6 Plain Paper, 3rd Series, SEPTEMBER 1863 Cut Cancel XF-AU. $70.00

T59

CC1862

CSA $10.00 Note (Capitol at Columbia and R. M. T. Hunter) Subtype Cr-444 CSA Wtmk 2nd Series July 1863 XF Cut Cancel. $80.00

T59

CC2025

CSA $10.00 Note (Capitol at Columbia and R. M. T. Hunter) Subtype Cr-442/5 Plain Paper 2nd Series, August 1863 VF-XF. $75.00

T59

CC2450

CSA $10.00 Note (Capitol at Columbia and R. M. T. Hunter) Subtype Cr-442/8 Plain Paper, 2nd Series (Large Letters), NOVEMBER 1863 VF-XF. $75.00
T59 CC2730

CSA $10.00 Note (Capitol at Columbia and R. M. T. Hunter) Subtype Cr-436/2 Plain Paper, 1st SERIES (Large Letters), Serial Letters far from Top of Note, MAY 1863 F-VF. $60.00
T59 CC2731

CSA $10.00 Note (Capitol at Columbia and R. M. T. Hunter) Subtype Cr-442/6 Plain Paper, 2nd SERIES (Large Letters), SEPT'R 1863 VF. $70.00

T62

CC2774

CSA $1.00 Note (Clement C. Clay) Subtype Cr-474 1st Series, Periods after both serial letters XF-AU. $160.00
T63 CC2734

CSA 50c Fractional Note (Jefferson Davis) Subtype Cr-487 2nd Series, Flourish above the Plate Letter VF-XF. $75.00
T63 CC2742

CSA 50c Fractional Note (Jefferson Davis) Subtype Cr-486 1st Series, No Flourishes above the Plate Letter VG-F. This variety with no flourishes above the plate letter is described by Fricke as a scarce variety with a rarity factor of 8 / 10. $75.00
T63
CC2775

CSA 50c Fractional Note (Jefferson Davis) Subtype Cr-487 2nd Series, Flourish above the Plate Letter XF. $80.00


First National Flag -- CSA Notes 1864 -- First National Flag

T65

CC2777

CSA $100.00 Note (Lucy Pickens, Two Soldiers, and George W. Randolph) Subtype Cr-490 No Series. Good Bold Color VF. $125.00

T65

CC2856

CSA $100.00 Note (Lucy Pickens, Two Soldiers, and George W. Randolph) Subtype Cr-494 Series II AU. $150.00

T66

CC2737

CSA $50.00 Note (Jefferson Davis) Subtype Cr-496 1st Series, No Flourish over "CON" VF-XF. $95.00

T66

CC2738

CSA $50.00 Note (Jefferson Davis) Subtype Cr-498 3. Series (variety with a period after "3"), No Flourish over "CON" VF-XF. $120.00
T66
CC2849

CSA $50.00 Note (Jefferson Davis) Subtype Cr-499 4 Series, No Flourish over "CON" VF. $85.00
T67
CC2820

1/1/2024
CSA $20.00 Note (Capitol at Nashville, Alexander H. Stevens) Subtype Cr-516  No Series, One Flourish VF-XF. $50.00

T67

CC2823

CSA $20.00 Note (Capitol at Nashville, Alexander H. Stevens) Subtype Cr-505 Series I, Two Flourishes VF-XF. $45.00
T67 CC2828

CSA $20.00 Note (Capitol at Nashville, Alexander H. Stevens) Subtype Cr-510 VI Series, Two Flourishes VF-XF. $45.00
T67 CC2829

CSA $20.00 Note (Capitol at Nashville, Alexander H. Stevens) Subtype Cr-514 X Series, Two Flourishes AU. $55.00

T68

CC2676

CSA $10.00 Note (Horses Pulling Cannon, R.M.T. Hunter) Subtype Cr-542 1st Series (Italics Slanted). The slanted "1st Series italics" is a previously unrecognized variety until Fricke's books were recently published in which he lists this as a "Rare Variety" with a high Rarity Factor of 9. A rare variety note for collectors who like rare varieties Fine. $125.00
T68 CC2680

CSA $10.00 Note (Horses Pulling Cannon, R.M.T. Hunter) Subtype Cr-552 10 Series VF-XF. $40.00
T68 CC2682

CSA $10.00 Note (Horses Pulling Cannon, R.M.T. Hunter) Subtype Cr-552 10 Series (miscut low) VF. $35.00
T68 CC2798

CSA $10.00 Note (Horses Pulling Cannon, R.M.T. Hunter) Subtype Cr-541 1st Series (Roman Letters) Unc. $50.00
T68 CC2799

CSA $10.00 Note (Horses Pulling Cannon, R.M.T. Hunter) Subtype Cr-541 1st Series (Roman Letters) AU. $45.00
T68 CC2857

CSA $10.00 Note (Horses Pulling Cannon, R.M.T. Hunter) Subtype Cr-542 1st Series (Italics Slanted). The slanted "1st Series italics" is a previously unrecognized variety until Fricke's books were recently published in which he lists this as a "Rare Variety" with a high Rarity Factor of 9. A rare variety note for collectors who like rare varieties F-VF. $150.00
T69 CC2739

CSA $5.00 Note (Capitol at Richmond, Christopher G. Memminger) Subtype Cr-562 Series 4 "Engraved by Keatinge & Ball, Columbia, S.C." and "Lithogd by Evans & Cogswell"  XF. $50.00
T69 CC2741

CSA $5.00 Note (Capitol at Richmond, Christopher G. Memminger) Subtype Cr-562 Series 4 "Engraved by Keatinge & Ball, Columbia, S.C." and "Lithogd by Evans & Cogswell" VF-XF. $45.00
T69
CC2778

CSA $5.00 Note (Capitol at Richmond, Christopher G. Memminger) Subtype Cr-562 Series 4 "Engraved by Keatinge & Ball, Columbia, S.C." and "Lithogd by Evans & Cogswell" XF. $60.00
T69
CC2779

CSA $5.00 Note (Capitol at Richmond, Christopher G. Memminger) Subtype Cr-560 Series 2 "Engraved by Keatinge & Ball, Columbia, S.C." and "Lithogd by Evans & Cogswell" XF-AU. $65.00
T69
CC2793

CSA $5.00 Note (Capitol at Richmond, Christopher G. Memminger) Subtype Cr-562 Series 4 "Engraved by Keatinge & Ball, Columbia, S.C." and "Lithogd by Evans & Cogswell." Small edge stain at top left AU. $45.00
T69
CC2795

CSA $5.00 Note (Capitol at Richmond, Christopher G. Memminger) Subtype Cr-564 Series 6 "Engraved by Keatinge & Ball, Columbia, S.C." and "Lithogd by Evans & Cogswell" VF. $40.00

T72

CC2170

CSA 50c Fractional Note (Jefferson Davis) Subtype Cr-578 1st SERIES Uncirculated. $50.00

T72

CC2428

CSA 50c Fractional Note (Jefferson Davis) Subtype Cr-579 2nd SERIES AU. $70.00

T72

CC2429

CSA 50c Fractional Note (Jefferson Davis) Subtype Cr-579 2nd SERIES CU (Choice Uncirculated). $95.00


Alabama State Flag-- ALABAMA -- Alabama State Flag

CC2366

10c Fractional Note The State of Alabama (Cr-8) 1863. Alabama State Seal (center). 1st Series with smaller Plate Letter AU. $80.00
CC2371

$100.00 Note The State of Alabama (Cr-12) 1864. Group of Four Indians with Camp Fire (center), Alabama State Seal (lower left), Seated Indian Maiden (lower right) VF. $275.00
CC2372

$100.00 Note The State of Alabama (Cr-12) 1864. Group of Four Indians with Camp Fire (center), Alabama State Seal (lower left), Seated Indian Maiden (lower right) F-VF. $200.00
CC2373

$100.00 Note The State of Alabama (Cr-12) 1864. Group of Four Indians with Camp Fire (center), Alabama State Seal (lower left), Seated Indian Maiden (lower right) F-VF. $200.00
CC2375

$10.00 Note The State of Alabama (Cr-14) 1864. Governor Thomas H. Watts flanked by Cotton Bolls (center), Alabama State Seal (lower right) Fine. $85.00
CC2376

$10.00 Note The State of Alabama (Cr-14) 1864. Governor Thomas H. Watts flanked by Cotton Bolls (center), Alabama State Seal (lower right) VF-XF. $160.00
CC2377

$10.00 Note The State of Alabama (Cr-14) 1864. Governor Thomas H. Watts flanked by Cotton Bolls (center), Alabama State Seal (lower right) Fine. $85.00
CC2378

$10.00 Note The State of Alabama (Cr-14) 1864. Governor Thomas H. Watts flanked by Cotton Bolls (center), Alabama State Seal (lower right) Fine. $85.00
CC2381

$5.00 Note The State of Alabama (Cr-15) 1864. Overseer on Horseback with Slaves in the Wheatfield (center), Standing liberty with Shield and Liberty Cap (lower left), Alabama State Seal (lower right) Fine. $65.00
CC2457

5c Fractional Note The State of Alabama (Cr-11) 1863. Cotton Bolls (center). 1st Series with larger Plate Letter. Light edge stain bottom center Uncirculated. $45.00
CC2789

10c Fractional Note The State of Alabama (Cr-9) 1863. Alabama State Seal (center). 1st Series with larger Plate Letter XF-AU. Small stains bottom corners. $25.00
CC2836

25c Fractional Note The State of Alabama (Cr-6) 1863. 2nd Series. Freight Wagon with Cotton (center), Alabama State Seal (upper left), Portrait Juliet Opie Hopkins (lower right) AU. $35.00
CC2837

10c Fractional Note The State of Alabama (Cr-9) 1863. Alabama State Seal (center). 1st Series with larger Plate Letter XF. $45.00
CC2842

10c Fractional Note The State of Alabama (Cr-9) 1863. Alabama State Seal (center). 1st Series with larger Plate Letter VF-XF. $40.00

CC2863
12/28/2023
50c Fractional Note Bell & McMahon Gainesville, Alabama (Private Company Script) June 15th 1865. Slaves Working the Field with Overseer (appears to be Sugar Cane with Palm Trees in the background) (Top Center) Fine+. $150.00

CC2884
1/8/2024
$1.00 Note The Real Estate Banking Company of South Alabama (Selma) 18--. Dock Scene with Steamboats and Train (top center), Train (left), George Washington (right). Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated. The Real Estate Banking Company of South Alabama in Selma was a completely fraudulent banking concern about 1860. Their notes circulated until the company collapsed when the owners apparently got caught in their fraudeulent scheme and fled the scene. $180.00

CC2885
1/8/2024
$3.00 Note  The Central Bank of Alabama (Montgomery) 1853. Indian Brave Hunting Deer with a Flintlock (top right), Andrew Jackson (top left). F-VF. $150.00

CC2886
1/8/2024
$50.00 Note The Central Bank of Alabama (Montgomery) 1850. Seated Liberty with Staff and Liberty Cap and Shield with Alabama State Seal (central), Slave with Cotton (bottom left), Seated Female Figure (lower right) F-VF. $235.00

CC2887
1/8/2024
$20.00 Note The Central Bank of Alabama (Montgomery) 1859. Eagle with Flag (central), Benjamin Franklin (lower left), Indian Maiden with Teepee (right). Blue Oval handstamp "N. W. Allen & Co Mobile" (upper right) F-VF. $135.00
 

Florida State Flag-- ARKANSAS -- Florida State Flag

CC2711

$10.00 Arkanasa Treasury Warrant (Little Rock) (CR-58A) 1862. Arkansas Governor Samuel Adams Portrait (center), Slave with Cotton (left), Dog (bottom center). "ON AUDITOR"S WARRANT" removed from around portrait. Printed on the back of unused Bills of Exchange with a reclining bare breasted female with cotton on the back and green "ARKANSAS TREASURY WARRANT" VF-XF. $185.00
CC2712

$10.00 Arkanasa Treasury Warrant (Little Rock) (CR-58) 1862. Arkansas Governor Samuel Adams Portrait (center), Slave with Cotton (left), Dog (bottom center). Printed on the back of unused Bills of Exchange with running deer on the back and green "ARKANSAS TREASURY WARRANT" VF-XF. $150.00


Florida State Flag-- FLORIDA -- Florida State Flag

CC2187

State of Florida 10c Fractional Note (Cr-28) 1863 Uncirculated. $60.00
CC2214

State of Florida 10c Fractional Note (Cr-28) 1863 CU (Choice Uncirculated). $70.00
CC2217

$100.00 Note State of Florida (Cr-2) 1861. Seated Ceres (center) F-VF. $225.00
CC2218

State of Florida 25c Fractional Note (Cr-24) 1863 CU (Choice Uncirculated). $75.00
CC2383

$2.00 Note State of Florida (Cr-18) 1863. Train (central), Seal with Justice and Ceres (upper left), Bare-Breasted Ceres (lower left), Indian Maiden (lower right) VF-XF. $400.00
CC2385

$5.00 Note State of Florida (Cr-35) 1864. Moneta Seated on Bales with Bags of Coins (central), Standing Indian Warrior with Bow and Arrow (left), Seal with Justice and Ceres (right). Watermarked "W.T. & Co." Minor period ink staining XF+. $375.00
CC2650

$5.00 Note Bank of St. Johns (Jacksonville) 1859. Cotton Bolls (center), Train (lower left), Commerce with Right Angle, Cornucopia, Anchor, and Shield of Liberty (lower right) F-VF. $200.00


Georgia State Flag-- GEORGIA -- Georgia State Flag

CC1579

$100.00 Note The State of Georgia 1863. State Coat of Arms within a Coiled Rattlesnake (center) and Governor Joseph E. Brown with Cotton (left) with Black Treasury Seal on reverse Uncirculated.
$100.00
CC1587

$10.00 Note The State of Georgia 1865. State Coat of Arms (central) and train (left) with Black Treasury Seal on reverse Choice Uncirculated.
$90.00
CC1743

$10.00 Note The State of Georgia 1865.  State Coat of Arms (central), train (left),  Black Treasury Seal on reverse.  Uncirculated. $80.00
CC1800

$100.00 Note The State of Georgia 1863. State Coat of Arms within a Coiled Rattlesnake (center) and Governor Joseph E. Brown with Cotton (left) with Black Treasury Seal on reverse XF-AU. $95.00
CC1868

$1.00 Note The Central Rail Road & Bank’g Co. of Georgia 1861. Steamship (center), Signed but not numbered, Printed on the back of a sheet of other obsolete Central Rail Road $1.00 bank notes, Redeemable in CSATreasury Notes in sums of $5.00 or more F-VF. $80.00
CC2054

State of Georgia Northwestern Bank of Georgia $5.00 Note Ringgold 1861. Soldiers at Bunker Hill (upper left), George Washington (lower right) Fine. $110.00
CC2055

$10.00 Note The State of Georgia 1865.  State Coat of Arms (central), train (left),  Black Treasury Seal on reverse AU. $75.00
CC2127

$10.00 Note State of Georgia (Cr-4) 1862. Ceres (center) XF. $60.00
CC2192

$100.00 Note The State of Georgia (Cr-1) 1862. Sailor Standing on Dock with Flag and Sailing Ship (left and right), Standing Ceres (center), two Black Treasury Seals on the front VF-XF. $100.00
CC2219

$100.00 Note The State of Georgia (Cr-1) 1862. Sailor Standing on Dock with Flag and Sailing Ship (left and right), Standing Ceres (center), two Black Treasury Seals on the front Uncirculated. $125.00
CC2223

Bank of Augusta (Georgia) 50c Fractional Note 1863. Printed on the back of Bank of Augusta obsolete notes Uncirculated. $45.00
CC2224

$3.00 Note Bank of Augusta (Georgia) 18--. Seated Liberty with Eagle (center), Benjamin Franklin (left), George Washington (right). Unsigned, Unissued, CU (Choice Uncirculated). $85.00
CC2226

$10.00 Note The Union Bank (Augusta, Georgia) 1854. Two Seated Females (possibly Agriculture and Liberty) on either side of a Cotton Shield and a Horse Head (center), Female Portrait (lower right) F-VF. $60.00
CC2227

$4.00 Note The State of Georgia (Cr-27) 1864. Seated Moneta with Chest (center), Slave Carrying Cotton and Second Slave Picking Cotton (left), Slave with Horse (right), State Seal (bottom center) Uncirculated. $250.00
CC2229

$5.00 Note Bank of Morgan (Georgia) 1857. Wild Horses (top left), Two Seated Females (possibly Agriculture and Liberty) on either side of a Cotton Shield and a Horse Head (top right), Young Female Portrait (lower right), Dog (bottom center). The note is uncirculated but there is a very small edge tear at the upper left which has been sealed from the back and does not detract from the appearance. Quite a scarce note in high grade. $200.00
CC2407



$10.00 Note State of Georgia (Cr-8) 1863. State Seal (center), Standing Female (left), Female (right), Red Treasury Seal. Two notes with consecutive serial numbers A13247 and A13248 VF-XF. $100.00
Two Notes
CC2444

$2.00 Note (Certificate of Deposit at 4% interest) Mechanics Savings & Loan Association (Savannah, Ga) August 6th, 1862. Printed on the back of obsolete currency of the Mechanics and Planters Bank Fine. $70.00
CC2445

$2.00 Note (Certificate of Deposit at 4% interest) Mechanics Savings & Loan Association (Savannah, Ga) April 1, 1864. Printed on the back of Mechanics Savings & Loan Association obsolete 25c fractional notes Fine. $45.00
CC2468

$5.00 Note Merchants and Planters Bank of Savannah, Geo 1860. Large Scene Justice and Libery with Eagle and the Georgia State Seal flanked by a Steamboat and a Train  F-VF. $70.00
CC2518

$5.00 Note Merchants and Planters Bank of Savannah, Geo 1860. Large Scene Justice and Libery with Eagle and the Georgia State Seal flanked by a Steamboat and a Train VF. $80.00
CC2519

$1.00 Note The Bank of Macon (Georgia) 1831. Seated Female with Sailing Ship in the background (top center), Justice and George Washington (bottom left and bottom right) F-VF. $100.00
CC2520

$2.00 Note The Bank of Macon (Georgia) 1831. Ancient Greek Warrior on Horseback with Classical Greek Structures in the background (center), George Washington (left center). Pre-Printing Paper Fold (top left) F-VF. $100.00
CC2581

$1.00 Note Merchants and Planters Bank of Savannah, Geo 1859. Large Wagon Scene with Slaves and Overseer (central), Benjamin Franlin (left), Train (right), State Seal (bottom center) VF. $125.00
CC2635

$50.00 Note State of Georgia (Cr-7) 1863. Georgia State Seal with Cotton and Grain at left. Large "L" (Roman Numeral for "50") at top center. Black treasury seal on the reverse XF-AU. $75.00
CC2651

$5.00 Note The Farmers and Mechanics Bank (Savannah) 1860.  Liberty (center), Female Child Portrait (left), Male Child Portrait (right) Fine. $125.00
CC2767

75c Fractional Note Bank of Augusta (1863). Printed on the back of Bank of Augusta obsolete notes. Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated. $55.00
CC2858

The Western & Atlantic R. R. (Atlanta) 50c Fractional Note 1862. Train (top center) F-VF. $30.00
CC2859

$5.00 Note State of Georgia (Cr-5) 1862. James Oglethorpe (center) and Georgia Coat of arms (State Seal) (bottom center). Black Treasury Seal on the back. Printed name in the left margin "Deall" which is most likely the name of one of the engravers or printers. Uncirculated. $50.00
CC2860

Bank of Augusta (Georgia) 10c Fractional Note 1863. Printed on the back of Bank of Augusta obsolete notes. Unsigned, Unissued XF. $45.00
CC2864

$50.00 Note The Bank of Augusta (Georgia) 18--. Riverboat and Horses Pulling Wagon Loaded with Cotton Bales (top center), James Oglethorpe (top right), Dog's Head (bottom center). Printed on the back of an unused sheet of Bank of Augusta fractional notes. Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated remainder. $150.00
CC2865

$10.00 Note The Augusta Insurance & Banking Co (Georgia) 1860. Cheubs (upper left and right corners), Slave with Horses (top right center), Georgia State Seal (bottom right), Male Portrait (bottom left), Eagle (bottom center) Fine. $100.00
CC2866

$1.00 Note Brunswick & Albany Rail Road Company (Georgia) 1871. Locomotive (center), Maid with Produce (upper left) VF. $150.00
CC2867

$1.00 Note The Farmers and Mechanics Bank (Savannah) 1860. Two Maids with Anvil and Hammer (top left), Liberty with Sword and Shield (right), Female Bust (bottom center) Fine+. $115.00
CC2868

$10.00 Note Georgia Savings Bank (Macon) (1863). Cattle (left), Man Plowing with Horses (right) VF. $140.00
CC2869

$1.00 Note Manufacturers Bank (Macon) 1862. Slaves Working the Cotton Fields with Overseer on Horseback (left), Riverboat (top right), Slaves Working wth Cotton Bales with Standing Overseer (bottom right) Fine. $130.00
CC2870

The Western & Atlantic R. R. 25c Fractional Note (Atlanta) 1862. Train (top center) AU. $65.00
CC2891

$50.00 Note The Augusta Insurance and Banking Co. (Augusta) 1860. Two seated Female Figures flanking a Shield with Eagle (bottom right), Female portrait (bottom center) F-VF. $100.00
CC2892

$5.00 Note North Western Bank of Georgia (Ringgold) 1858. Battle of Bunker Hill (top left), George Washington (bottom right), Swimming female (bottom center) Fine. $150.00
CC2893

$10.00 Note The Bank of Columbus 1859. Mother with Children and a Dog in a Farm Scene (center), Seated Female (lower left), Georgia State Seal (lower right) Fine. $100.00
CC2894

$5.00 Note Timber Cutter's Bank (Savannah) 1858. Bare Breasted Female (left), River Raft Scene with Steamboat (lower right) Fine. $130.00


Louisiana State Flag-- LOUISIANA -- Louisiana State Flag

CC1597

$100.00 Note The State of Louisiana (Shreveport) 1863. Proposed State Capitol which was never built (central), Governor Moore (left), and Liberty with Spear and Confederate Shield (right) F-VF.
$150.00
CC2060

The State of Louisiana 50c Fractional Note Shreveport 1864. Eagle (left), Sailing Ships (center) AU. $55.00
CC2110

$5.00 Note Citizens Bank of Louisiana (Shreveport) 1860. Agriculture and Industry Seated on Cotton Bale (center), Millard Fillmore (left), Female Portrait (right). Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated. $75.00
CC2191

$100.00 Note State of Louisiana (Shreveport) (Cr-11) 1863. Governor Thomas O. Moore portrait (left), Proposed Capitol Building that was never built (center), Seated Liberty with Spear and Confederate Shield (lower right) XF. $250.00
CC2232

$100.00 Note The Citizens' Bank of Louisiana (New Orleans) 18-. Three Females with Bust of George Washington (center), Female Portrait (left), Andrew Jackson (right). Unsigned, Unissued, Choice Uncirculated. $90.00
CC2234

$500.00 Note Canal Bank (New Orleans) 18-. Steamships and Sailing Ship (center), Female Portrait with Mermaid and Merman (left), Boy with Dolphiin (right), Steamboat (bottom center).Unsigned, Unissued, Choice Uncirculated. $325.00
CC2409

$50.00 Note Canal & Banking Co. (New Orleans) 18--. Female Figure with Eagle and Shield (center), Classical Bust (right), Anchor and Cornucopia and Chest (bottom center), Blue "50." Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated Remainder. $75.00
CC2470

$50.00 Note Canal & Banking Co. (New Orleans) 18--. Female Figure with Eagle and Shield (center), Classical Bust (right), Anchor and Cornucopia and Chest (bottom center), Blue "50." Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated Remainder. $75.00
CC2510

$3.00 Note The Police Jury of the Parish of Pointe Coupee (not dated but redeemable in Confederate notes). Farm Tools and Produce (top center), Small Steamboat (bottom center). Scarce note on extremely thin and fragile paper Fine. $150.00
CC2599

$50.00 Note The State of Louisiana (Cr-12) 1863. General Leonidas Polk (center), Seated Liberty with Spear and Shield lower right). Shreveport F-VF with a very light stain at the top on the back only. $125.00
CC2601

$1.00 Note Citizen's Bank of Louisiana (New Orleans) 18--. Sailboat (center), Sailor (lower left), President Millard Fillmore (lower right). Remainder Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated. $75.00
CC2602

$5.00 Note Citizen's Bank of Louisiana (Shreveport) 1860. Agriculture and Industry Seated on Cotton Bales (center), President Millard Fillmore (lower left), Female Portrait (lower right) Remainder Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated. $90.00
CC2603

$5.00 Note Bank of Lousiana (New Orleans) 1862. Large Eagle and Sailing Ships (center), Female Portrait (lower left), Standing Liberty (right), Barrels (bottom center) F-VF. $90.00
CC2605

$10.00 Note Canal Bank (New Orleans) 18--. Bank Building (center), Eagle with Shield (left), Standing Female Figure with Fasces and Shield (right), Steamship (bottom center) Remainder Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated. $75.00
CC2632

$100.00 Note The Citizens' Bank of Louisiana (New Orleans) 18-. Three Females with Bust of George Washington (center), Female Portrait (left), Andrew Jackson (right). Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated. $80.00
CC2646

$1.00 Note Citizen's Bank of Louisiana (New Orleans) 18--. Sailboat (center), Farmer (lower left), President Millard Fillmore (lower right). Remainder Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated. $75.00
CC2656

$5.00 Note Citizens' Bank of Louisiana (New Orleans) 1860. Two Sailors with Boy (center), Female Child Portrait (left), Millard Fillmore (right). Remainder, Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated but dated and given a serial number. $70.00
CC2657

$10.00 Note Citizens' Bank of Louisiana at Shreveport 1860. Benjamin Franklin with a Female Child and a Bust of Washington (center), Millard Fillmore (lower left), Minerva (lower right). Remainder, Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated but dated and given a serial number. $70.00
CC2658

$50.00 Note Citizens' Bank of Louisiana at Shreveport 18-. Maid Pouring Water from a well with Sheep (center), Female Coastwatcher (left), Male Portrait (lower right). Remainder, Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated. $80.00
CC2659

$1.00 Note Citizens' Bank of Louisiana (New Orleans) 18-. Sailboat (center), Sailor (lower left), Millard Fillmore (lower right). Remainder, Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated. $75.00
CC2660

$2.00 Note Citizens' Bank of Louisiana (New Orleans) 18-. Seated Female figure with Sailing Ships in the backgroung (center), Millard Fillmore (lower left), Sailor Coastwatchers (lower right). Remainder, Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated. $75.00
CC2661

$3.00 Note Citizens' Bank of Louisiana (New Orleans) 18-. Hunters with Horse and Dogs (center), Seated Female Figure with Steamship in background (lower left), Man with Ax (lower right). Remainder, Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated. $85.00
CC2690

$5.00 Note The State of Louisiana (Shreveport) 1863 (Cr-14). "South Striking Down the Union" (center), Pelican with Young (left), Bearded Man with Water Jug (lower right) VF. $65.00
CC2692

$5.00 Note The State of Louisiana (Shreveport) 1863 (Cr-14). "South Striking Down the Union" (center), Pelican with Young (left), Bearded Man with Water Jug (lower right) XF. $75.00
CC2693

$1.00 Note The State of  Louisiana (Shreveport) 1864 (Cr-18). Steamboat (center), Standing Female Figure with Column (left) VF. $40.00
CC2744

$3.00 Note The Parish of Concordia (Vidalia) 1862. Standing Female Figure (left) Fine+. $100.00
CC2745

$5.00 Note The Parish of Concordia (Vidalia) 1862. Standing Female Figure (left) Fine. $90.00
CC2746

$5.00 Note The Parish of Concordia (Vidalia) 1862. Standing Female Figure (left) VF. $150.00
CC2783

$5.00 Note The State of Louisiana (Shreveport) 1863 (Cr-14). "South Striking Down the Union" (center), Pelican with Young (left), Bearded Man with Water Jug (lower right) F-VF. $60.00
CC2784

$5.00 Note The State of Louisiana (Shreveport) 1863 (Cr-14). "South Striking Down the Union" (center), Pelican with Young (left), Bearded Man with Water Jug (lower right) L:ight staining on the back VF-XF.  $65.00
CC2871

$2.00 Note The New Orleans, Jackson & Great Northern Rail Road Company (New Orleans) 1861. Train in the foreground and Steamboat in the background (center), Cottom Bale (bottom center). Printed on the back of obsolete notes from Port Gibson, Miss VF-XF. $65.00
CC2888

$5.00 Note The State of Louisiana (Shreveport) 1863 (Cr-14). "South Striking Down the Union" (center), Pelican with Young (left), Bearded Man with Water Jug (lower right) VF-XF.  $75.00
CC2899

$2.00 Note The New Orleans, Jackson & Great Northern Rail Road Company (New Orleans) 1861. Train in the foreground and Steamboat in the background (center), Cottom Bale (bottom center). Printed on the back of obsolete notes from Port Gibson, Miss Fine.$40.00


Mississippi State Flag -- MISSISSIPPI -- Mississippi State Flag

CC1602

$50.00 Note State of Mississippi 1862. Train (center), Ceres with Indian (left), and Industry (right). “Faith of the State Pledged” with red “50” and green tint background XF-AU.
$250.00
CC2066

$2.50 Note The State of Mississippi Cotton Pledged (blue) 1862. Farmer (left), Indian (right) few pinholes Fine. $75.00
CC2067

$5.00 Note The State of Mississippi Cotton Pledged (green) 1st May 1862. Train (center), Indian (left), Sailing Ship (right) VF-XF. $125.00
CC2068

$3.00 Note The State of Mississippi 1864. Indian (left), Soldier on Guard with Eagle, Cannon, and State Symbols (central) XF+. $125.00
CC2108

$10.00 Note State of Mississippi (Cr-35) 1862. Train (center), Industry (left), Farmer (right) VF-XF. $95.00
CC2178

$1.00 Note The State of Mississippi 1864. Cr-44 Train (center), Standing Female Figure (Proserpina) (left) XF. $95.00
CC2236

Columbus (Mississippi) Life and General insurance Co 25c Fractional note 1864. Printed by Keatinge & Ball in Columbia SC on the reverse of a Southern Bank of Alabama obsolete note AU. $70.00
CC2239

$20.00 Note The State of Mississippi "Faith of the State Pledged" (Cr-34) Nov 1st, 1862. Train (center), Produce and Farm Tools (upper left), Ceres with Indian (lower right) F-VF. $95.00
CC2458

25c Fractional Note The State of Mississippi (Cr-46) May 1st 1864. Cotton Bolls (lower left) Uncirculated. $65.00
CC2459

50c Fractional Note The State of Mississippi (Cr-45) May 1st 1864. Slave Hoeing Field (lower left) Uncirculated. $65.00
CC2545

$1.00 Note The State of Mississippi (Cr-25B) "Cotton Pledged" May 1st 1862. Train (center), Seated Industry (top left), Farmer (bottom right), Underprint in Light Blue. Small acid ink erosion in the bottom right signature sealed from behind. Scarce note with the May 1st 1862 date XF. $200.00
CC2705

$3.00 Note The State of Mississippi (Cr-42) May 1st 1864. Soldier on Guard with State Symbols and Cannon with an Eagle in the Tree (center), Indian Brave with Bow and Arrows (lower left) AU. $110.00
CC2707

10c Fractional Note The Mississippi Central Rail Road Company (Holly Springs, Miss) 1862. Train (center) XF. $65.00
CC2748

$2.50 Note The State of Mississippi Cotton Pledged (blue) (Cr-27) Nov 1st 1862. Farmer (left), Indian (right) Unc. $295.00
CC2749

$10.00 Note The State of Mississippi Cotton Pledged (green) (Cr-17) May 1st 1862 with light pink undertint. Justice with Scales and Sword (left), Produce and Farm Implements (right) XF. $195.00
CC2750

$20.00 Note The State of Mississippi Cotton Pledged (green) (Cr-16) May 1st 1862 with light pink undertint. Two Indians (left), Small Train (center), Seated Industry (right) F-VF. $100.00
CC2768

75c Fractional Note (Merchant's Script) Columbus Life and General Insurance Co. Columbus, Miss 1864. Female Figure in Water (top center), Horse Head (bottom left). Printed on the back of what appears to be an unused printed bank draft from the Southern Bank of Alabama in Mobile to the Bank of Commerce in New York City Uncirculated. $85.00
CC2872

$3.00 Note The State of Mississippi (Macon) (Cr-42A) May 1st 1864. Lith & Printed by J. T. Paterson & Co. Augusta, Ga. Soldier on Guard with State Symbols (top center), Indian Brave with Bow and Arrows (bottom left) XF. $130.00
CC2873

$20.00 Note The Mississippi Rail Road Company (Natchez) 1839. Cotton Plant (left), Tree (right), Train Crossing Bridge (center), Sailing Ship (bottom center) VF. $115.00
CC2889

New Orleans, Jackson & Great Northern Rail Road Company (Canton, Miss) 10c Fractional Note. Commerce with Caduceus and Chest (center), Bale, Barrel, Crops (bottom center) F-VF. $115.00
CC2890

New Orleans, Jackson & Great Northern Rail Road Company (Canton, Miss) 50c Fractional Note. Commerce with Caduceus and Chest (center), Bale, Barrel, Crops (bottom center) Fine. $90.00


North Carolina State Flag -- NORTH CAROLINA -- North Carolina State Flag

CC2041

State of North Carolina 25c Fractional Note 1862.  Cr-110 Proserpina with Cornucopia (left), Printed on the back of a State of North Carolina Bond F-VF. $75.00
CC2087

State of North Carolina 25c Fractional Note (Cr-150) 1864. Proserpina with Cornucopia (left) Uncirculated. $45.00
CC2117A

$1.00 Note State of North Carolina (Cr-32G) 1861. Standing Female and Column (left), Raleigh, Oct 17th, 1861 Fine. $25.00
CC2124

$5.00 Note State of North Carolina (Cr-124) 1863. Steamship (center), Female (left) F-VF with light period staining. $50.00
CC2180

State of North Carolina 10c Fractional Note (Cr-47) 1861. Uncirculated with small edge toned spot at left center. $75.00
CC2196

$1.00 Note The State of North Carolina (Cr-88) 1862 VF-XF. $45.00
CC2197

$1.00 Note The State of North Carolina (Cr-88) 1862. Group of three notes with consecutive serial numbers (2282, 2283, 2284). The notes are most likely uncirculated but do show a little handling wear over the years and grade XF. $150.00
Three Notes
CC2198

$1.00 Note State of North Carolina (Cr-32A) 1861. Standing Female and Column (left), Raleigh, Oct 11th, 1861 VF. $45.00
CC2199

$1.00 Note State of North Carolina (Cr-32B) 1861. Standing Female and Column (left), Raleigh, Oct 12th, 1861 F-VF. $35.00
CC2202A

$1.00 Note State of North Carolina (Cr-32F) 1861. Standing Female and Column (left), Raleigh, Oct 16th, 1861 F-VF. $35.00
CC2204

$2.00 Note The State of North Carolina (Cr-13) Oct 2nd, 1861. Plain Paper, Plain Back VF. $50.00
CC2205

$2.00 Note The State of North Carolina (Cr-21) Oct 4th, 1861. Plain Paper, Plain Back, Light Staining F-VF. $35.00
CC2206

$1.00 Note The State of North Carolina (Cr-133) 1863. Prosperity and Commerce seated surrounded by goods and produce with factories and ships in the background (center). Group of four notes with same double plate letters (KB) and consecutive serial numbers (1482-1485) Uncirculated. $225.00 Four Notes
CC2247

$3.00 Note The State of North Carolina (Cr-125) 1863. Standing Liberty and Seated Proserpina with Cornucopia (center) AU. $65.00
CC2248

$5.00 Note Bank of Clarendon (North Carolina) 1859. Standing Liberty and Seated Proserpina with Cornucopia (center), Seated Female Figure (left) F-VF. $65.00
CC2250

$20.00 Note The State of North Carolina (Cr-78A) 1862. Floating Female Figure with Horn and Grain (Possibly Ceres) (center). "Fundable Only in Six Per Cent Bonds" Red Oval" XF. $185.00
CC2321

The State of North Carolina 5c Fractional Note (Cr-148) 1863. Seated Liberty and Standing Proserpina (center) Uncirculated. $40.00
CC2325

The State of North Carolina 75c Fractional Note (Cr-134) 1863. Standing Commerce with Anchor, Beehive, Barrels, Boxes, and Ship and Lighthouse in the background (center). 1863 XF. $60.00
CC2329

$5.00 Note The State of North Carolina (Cr-123) 1863. Wilmington Harbor Scene (center), Standing Liberty (left), Male Portrait (lower right) XF. $125.00
CC2330

$2.00 Note The State of North Carolina (Cr-13) 1861. Plain Paper and Plain Back F-VF. $35.00
CC2332

$20.00 Note State of North Carolina (Cr-120A) 1863. Governor Zebulon Vance with Battle Flags and Arms (center), Hornet's Nest (lower right), Watermark "J. Whatman 1862" (very scarce watermark) Uncirculated. $550.00
CC2333

$50.00 Note State of North Carolina (Cr-118) 1863. Governor Zebulon Vance with Battle Flags and Arms (center), Standing Justice with Scales (left), Watermark "J. Whatman 1861" (scarce watermark) XF. $300.00
CC2463

$5.00 Note The Bank of Washington, North Carolina 18--. Small Train (center), Three Females (left), Female (right). Very bright Red and Black note remainder Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated. Two small holes at lower right. $85.00
CC2464

$1.00 Note The State of North Carolina (Cr-32J2) 1861. Standing Female and Column (left), Raleigh, Oct 20th, 1861. Rare variety with a plain back Fine. $100.00
CC2465

$1.00 Note The State of North Carolina (Cr-132) 1863. Prosperity and Commerce seated surrounded by goods and produce with factories and ships in the background (center) VF-XF. $30.00
CC2481

$5.00 Note The Bank of Washington, North Carolina 18--. Small Train (center), Three Females (left), Female (right). Very bright Red and Black note remainder Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated. $125.00
CC2753

The County of Camden (North Carolina) 25c Fractional Note Sept 9th 1862. This note is a period Upham Facsimile. The note is identified as an Upham Facsimile by the date (Sept 9th 1862), the Serial Number (71), and the misspelling of Carolina (Carolna).The Upham imprint was accross the bottom, so Samuel Upham from Philadelphia did not disguise the fact that he printed these notes. However, the imprint has been cut off from the bottom, and the note certainly appears to have circulated as genuine. Fine with horizontal central fold reinforced in the back with archival tape. One of the lesser known Upham Facsimiles which appears to have circulated as genuine. $50.00


South Carolina State Flag -- SOUTH CAROLINA -- South Carolina State Flag

CC1984

The Bank of the State of South Carolina 5c Fractional Note 1863. Palmetto Tree (central). The note shows part of the note at the left and wide sheet margins at right and bottom. The note was cut from the sheet and not circulated but does have some light folds and Grades XF. $50.00
CC1985

The Bank of the State of South Carolina 10c Fractional Note 1863. Palmetto Tree (central). The note has sheet margins at top and right and was cut from the sheet and not circulated but does have light folds and Grades VF. $30.00
CC1989

The Bank of the State of South Carolina 25c and 75c Fractional Notes Set-Tenant showing that the different denominations were printed on the same sheet 1863. Palmetto Tree (central). The sheet at some point was misfolded and the notes separated along the folds. One of the fold separations went through the right “75” and the two pieces were rejoined from the back with archival tape. Manuscript notation in the left sheet margin appears to be a period accounting notation. The notes were not released for circulation. $50.00
CC1990

The Bank of the State of South Carolina 25c Fractional Note 1861. Fort Sumter at the top. VG-F Cut Cancel. $95.00
CC2194

The Bank of the State of South Carolina 25c Fractional Note 1863. Palmetto Tree (center) XF-AU. $35.00
CC2253

$5.00 Note The Merchants' Bank of South Carolina 1857.  Seated Liberty with Liberty Cap, Winged Angel with Grain and Horn, South Carolina State Seal, Revolutionary War Officer in Uniform (center), Standing Classical Statue of John C. Calhoun (left), Train (lower right) VF. $75.00
CC2254

$10.00 Note The Exchange Bank of Columbia (South Carolina) 1854. Seated Liberty with Liberty Cap, Fasces, Eagle, and Shield (center), John C. Calhoun (upper left), Female Portrait (lower right) F-VF. $75.00
CC2387

The Bank of the State of South Carolina 25c Fractional Note 1861. Fort Sumter at the top. Two notes side by side from the same sheet. The notes were printed on the blank back of an 1853 obsolete note from the State Stock Bank of Tallahassee, Florida. The State Stock Bank was apprently a fraudulent bank and the State Stock Bank notes were spurious. The 1853 $5.00 State Stock Bank note is scarce in its own right. The two Fort Sumpter fractional notes were separated but matched perfectly and have been rejoined with nearly invisible archival tape so that the complete Florida note on the reverse can be fully appreciated. Minor period ink stain on the left note. The 25c South Carolina notes were redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled Fine. Most unusual. $500.00
CC2388

The Bank of the State of South Carolina 25c Fractional Note 1861 Fort Sumter. The note was printed on the blank back of an 1853 obsolete note from the State Stock Bank of Tallahassee, Florida. The State Stock Bank was apprently a fraudulent bank and the State Stock Bank notes were spurious. The 1853 $5.00 State Stock Bank note is scarce in its own right. Minor period ink stain and light foxing. The 25c South Carolina note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled Fine+. Most unusual. $225.00
CC2390

The Bank of the State of South Carolina 50c Fractional Note 1862 Fort Moultrie. The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled. The cut cancel has been reinforced from the back with nearly invisible archival tape for preservation VF-XF. $150.00
CC2393

$1.00 Note The Bank of the State of South Carolina 1862.  Slaves Loading Wagon at the Dock (center), Calhoun Bust (right), Calhoun Statue (left), Palmetto Tree (lower right) The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled VF-XF. $150.00
CC2394

$4.00 Note The Bank of the State of South Carolina 1862. Fort Moutrie (center), Robert Hayne Portrait (lower left), Langdon Cheves Portrait (Lower Right), The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled F-VF. $200.00
CC2395

$4.00 Note The Bank of the State of South Carolina 1862. Fort Moutrie (center), Robert Hayne Portrait (lower left), Langdon Cheves Portrait (Lower Right), The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled VF. $250.00
CC2395A

$4.00 Note The Bank of the State of South Carolina 1855. Fort Moutrie (center), Robert Hayne Portrait (lower left), Langdon Cheves Portrait (Lower Right), The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled Fine. $150.00
CC2396

$10.00 Note The Bank of the State of South Carolina 1861. Sailing Ships (center), Sailing Ships (center), John C. Calhoun (top left), Thomas Jefferson (top right), Liberty (left), Justice (right). The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled. The cut cancels sealed from the back by nearly invisible archival tape for preservation VF. $100.00
CC2398

$5.00 Note The Bank of the State of South Carolina 1861. "Sweet Potato Dinner (center),  General Sumter (left), General Moutrie (right). The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled. The cut cancels sealed from the back by nearly invisible archival tape for preservation VF. $125.00
CC2400

$10.00 Note Bank of the State of South Carolina 1861. "Sgts Jasper and Newton The Rescue" (center), General Morgan (left), General Pickens (right). The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled . The cut cancels sealed from the back by nearly invisible archival tape for preservation VF. $110.00
CC2401

$10.00 Note Bank of the State of South Carolina 1861. "Sgts Jasper and Newton The Rescue" (center), General Morgan (left), General Pickens (right). The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled. The cut cancels sealed from the back by nearly invisible archival tape for preservation VF. $110.00
CC2402

$2.00 Note Bank of the State of South Carolina 1862.  South Carolina State House (center), Male Portrait (left), John C. Calhoun (right). The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled. The cancellation handstamp is on the face of the note VF.  $75.00
CC2508

$2.00 Note Bank of the State of South Carolina 1862.  South Carolina State House (center), Male Portrait (left), John C. Calhoun (right). The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled. Two cancellation handstamps on the face of the note F-VF.  $55.00
CC2500A

$1.00 Note  Bank of the State of South Carolina 1862. Old State House (center), female figures (left and right), State Seals (bottom center). The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled VF. $65.00
CC2500B

$1.00 Note  Bank of the State of South Carolina 1862. Old State House (center), female figures (left and right), State Seals (bottom center). Large red ONE on the reverse. The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled. The cancellation handstamp is on the face of the note XF.  $65.00
CC2500C

$1.00 Note  Bank of the State of South Carolina 1862. Old State House (center), female figures (left and right), State Seals (bottom center). Large red ONE on the front. The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled. The cancellation handstamp is on the face of the note VF.  $60.00
CC2501

The Bank of the State of South Carolina 25c Fractional Note 1861. Fort Sumter at the top. The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled. The cancellation handstamp is on the back of the note Fine.  $125.00
CC2502

The Bank of the State of South Carolina 50c Fractional Note 1862 Fort Moultrie. The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 but was not cut cancelled. Cancellation handstamps on the back of the note Fine. $100.00
CC2503

The Bank of the State of South Carolina 20c Fractional Note 1862. Steamship and Sailing Ships (top center). The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled. The cut cancels have been reinforced from the back with archival tape for preservation F-VF. $75.00
CC2504

$10.00 Note The Bank of the State of South Carolina 1861. Sailing Ships (center), John C. Calhoun (top left), Thomas Jefferson (top right), Liberty (left), Justice (right). The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled VF. $95.00
CC2509

1.00 Note The Bank of the State of South Carolina 1861. Liberty with Staff, Liberty Cap, shield, Cornucopia (top center), Maid with Cotton Plant (left), Navigation with Anchor (right), State Seals (bottom center). The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled  F-VF. Scarce note. $275.00
CC2547

The Bank of the State of South Carolina 10c Fractional Note 1862. Train at the top. The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled VF. $75.00
CC2549

The Bank of the State of South Carolina 25c Fractional Note 1861. Gamecock (center). Printed on the back of obsolete bonds for the Louisville, Cincinnati, and Charleston Railroad. The bond design on the back of the note is variable. The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled VF-XF. $100.00
CC2551

The Bank of the State of South Carolina 25c Fractional Note 1861. Gamecock (center). Printed on the back of obsolete bonds for the Louisville, Cincinnati, and Charleston Railroad. The bond design on the back of the note is variable. The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled VF-XF. $100.00
CC2553

$1.00 Note The Bank of the State of South Carolina 1861.  Slaves Loading Wagon at the Dock (center), Calhoun Bust (right), Calhoun Statue (left), Palmetto Tree (lower right) The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled VF. $100.00
CC2554

$1.00 Note The Bank of the State of South Carolina 1861. Liberty with Staff, Liberty Cap, shield, Cornucopia (top center), Maid with Cotton Plant (left), Navigation with Anchor (right), State Seals (bottom center). The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled  Fine+. $200.00
CC2555

$1.00 Note The Bank of the State of South Carolina 1857. Liberty with Staff, Liberty Cap, shield, Cornucopia (top center), Maid with Cotton Plant (left), Navigation with Anchor (right), State Seals (bottom center). The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled  Fine+. $200.00
CC2556

$2.00 Note Bank of the State of South Carolina 1862. South Carolina State House (center), Male Portrait (left), John C. Calhoun (right). The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled VF-XF.  $80.00
CC2557

$2.00 Note Bank of the State of South Carolina 1862. South Carolina State House (center), Male Portrait (left), John C. Calhoun (right). The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled VF-XF.  $80.00
CC2558

$2.00 Note Bank of the State of South Carolina 18--. Portrait of John C. Calhoun flanked by Agriculture and Commerce (center), classical female bust (top left), train (bottom left). Unsigned, Unissued.The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled Fine. $125.00
CC2559

$5.00 Note Bank of the State of South Carolina 1862. Maid with Cadeceus and Minerva Goddess of War (center), George Washington (left), Bejamin Franklin (right). The note was redeemed by the State in 1880 and cut cancelled VF. $95.00
CC2621

$5.00 Note The Exchange Bank (Columbia) 1854. Seated Female Figure with a Classical Style Bust of John C. Calhoun, Shields, and Produce (center), Male Portrait (upper left), Female Portrait (lower right) Fine. $40.00
CC2623

$1.00 Note Fare Ticket Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Rail Road Company 1873. Large Train (center) Fine. $45.00
CC2834

$20.00 Note Fare Ticket South Carolina Rail Road Company (Charleston) 1873. Man driving a team of horses pulling a loaded wagon (left), Street scene with horses and men loading a freight wagon (right). This note is Number 64 of only 100 issued. Cancelled with small punches VF-XF. $350.00


Tennessee State Flag -- TENNESSEE -- Tennessee State Flag

CC1751

$20.00 Note State of Tennessee The Farmers & Merchants Bank of Memphis 1854.  Female Figure flanked by Portraits of George Washington (central), Train (left), Steamboat (right) VG+. $85.00
CC2263

$5.00 Note Farmers' and Merchants' Bank (Memphis, Tennessee) 1854. Indian Maid and Frontiersman with Musket Flanking Three Cherubs and Five Large Coins (center), Female Portrait (right) VF-XF. $80.00
CC2473

$1.00 Note The Farmers and Merchants Bank (Memphis, Tennessee) 1854. Farmer with Produce (top center), Eagle and Shield (left), Seated Lady Liberty with Shield (right), Dog (bottom center) AU with two small punch cancels at the top center. $100.00
CC2478

$1.00 Note The Mechanics Bank (Memphis, Tennessee) 1854. Large Train (center), Seated Lady Liberty with Shield (left), Andrew Jackson (right). Fine with two small Punch Cancels. $75.00
CC2607

$20.00 Note The Bank of Tennessee (Nashville) 1861. Three Female Figures: Agriculture, Navigation, Justice (center), Male Portrait (left), Seated Justice with Sword and Scales (right), Blue Back, Fine Punch Canceled. Small edge nick lower right. $135.00
CC2608

$5.00 Note The Farmers' and Merchants' Bank (Memphis) 1854. Indian Maid and Frontiersman with Cupids and Five Coins (center), Female Portrait (right), Steam Boat (bottom center) F-VF. $145.00
CC2610

$20.00 Note The Bank of West Tennessee (Memphis) 1860. Steamboat (center), Industrial Workman (left), Seated Female Figure (right) F-VF Punch Canceled $145.00
CC2611

$100.00 Note The Bank of West Tennessee (Memphis) 1861. US Capitol (center), George Washington in Uniform (left), Seated Liberty with Liberty Cap and Shield (right) F-VF Punch Canceled. $250.00
CC2612

$5.00 Note Exchange Bank of Tennessee (Murfreesboro) 1864. Two Female Figures (left), Female Portrait (right). Fine+. $145.00
CC2701

$2.00 Note The Farmers and Merchants Bank of Memphis 1854. Train (top center), Benjamin Franklin (left), Seated Liberty (right) VF.   $175.00
CC2703

$1.00 Note The Bank of East Tennessee (Knoxville) 1855. Andrew Jackson (center), Two Standing Males and a Seated Female (lower right). Paper edge thin at right center and a small wear hole left center none of which detract from the overall appearance Fine. $125.00
CC2853

$10.00 Note The Bank of East Tennessee (Knoxville) 1855. John C. Calhoun (left), James Polk (right), Classical Medallion Heads (four corners). Light staining at the right Fine. $75.00
CC2874

Bank of Tennessee 5c Fractional Note (Nashville) 1861. Steamship (top center) Fine. $75.00
CC2895

$5.00 Note The Exchange Bank of Tennessee (Murfreesboro) 1856. Horses (top center), Cattle (bottom left) Fine.$150.00
CC2896

$1.00 Note The Farmers and Merchants Bank (Memphis) 1854. Seated Farmer in a Farm Scene with Produce (top center), Eagle with Shield (lower left), Liberty with Shield (lower right), Dog (bottom center) VF-XF.$135.00
CC2897

$50.00 Note The Farmers & Merchants Bank (Memphis) 1851. Seated Justice with Scales in River Mill Scene (top center), Standing Justice with Sword and Scales (left and right upper corners), Train (lower left), Steamboat (lower right), Dog Guarding Chest (bottom center) F-VF$150.00
CC2898

$1.00 Note The Ocoee Bank (Knoxville) 1859. Indian Family with Teepee and Train Scene (top center), Frontiersman with Rifle and Dog (lower left), Swimming Female (bottom center) Fine.$140.00


Texas State Flag-- TEXAS -- Texas State Flag

CC2625

$10.00 State of Texas (CSA) Treasury Warrant (Cr-20) for Civil Service NOV 23, 1864 AU. $100.00
CC2626

$1.00 State of Texas (CSA) Treasury Warrant (Cr-4A) for Civil Service Aug 12, 1864. Much scarcer variety where the bond interest rate was changed from eight to six per cent in red ink XF. $150.00
CC2627

State of Texas (CSA) Treasury Warrent  (Cr-43) for $68.00 for Milirary Service Febry 17, 1863. Standing Armed Indian Maid (left), Seated Ceres with Grain and Farm Tools and a Steamboat in the background (center) VF-XF Pen-Cancelled, $75.00
CC2765

$20.00 State of Texas (CSA) Treasury Warrant (Cr-26-2) for Civil Service Nov 17, 1864. Interest rate changed from eight to six percent in RED ink. The back is blank. F-VF. $150.00
CC2766

$20.00 State of Texas (CSA) Treasury Warrant (Cr-26-2) for Civil Service Dec 8, 1864. Interest rate changed from eight to six percent in RED ink. The back is blank. Fine+. $125.00


Virginia State Flag -- VIRGINIA -- Virginia State Flag

CC1918

The City of Lynchburg 75c Fractional Note 1862. Dog Guarding Chest (top center) Fine. $35.00
CC2128

$2.00 Note Bank of the Valley in Virginia (Winchester) 18--. Farmer and Sleeping Child with Dog (center), Classical Busts (left and right). Unsigned, Unissued, Very Fine. $75.00
CC2131

$100.00 Note Virginia Treasury Note (Cr-6) 1862. Governor Letcher (center), George Washington (left), Indian Maiden (right) XF-AU. $325.00
CC2132

$50.00 Note Virginia Treasury Note (Cr-7) 1862. Governor Mason (left), Prosperity, Commerce, Navigation  seated (right) AU. $225.00
CC2190

The City of Richmond 30c Fractional Note 1862. XF with three small pinholes. $40.00
CC2267

State of Virginia, City of Richmond 75c Fractional Note 1862. Choice Uncirculated. $65.00
CC2268

The County of Augusta (Staunton, Virginia) 50c Fractional Note 1862. Choice Uncirculated. $50.00
CC2269

$2.50 Note Bank of the Commonwealth (Richmond) 1862. Watermarked Paper Uncirculated. $85.00
CC2405

50c Fractional Note The County of Augusta (Staunton, Va) 1862. Virginia State Seal (center). VF-XF. $40.00
CC2406

$1.00 Note The County of Augusta (Staunton, Va) 1862. Beehive (center). VF-XF. $40.00
CC2410

The County of Augusta (Staunton, Virginia) 50c Fractional Note 1862.  AU Light Mounting marks on the back. $35.00
CC2460

State of Virginia, City of Richmond 75c Fractional Note 1862 XF. $50.00
CC2461

State of Virginia, City of Richmond 60c Fractional Note 1862. Dog Guarding Safe (center). XF-AU. $50.00
CC2614

$100.00 Note Virginia Treasury Note (Cr-6) 1862. Governor Letcher (center), George Washington (left), Indian Maiden (right) XF. $275.00
CC2615

$5.00 Note The Central Bank of Virginia (Staunton) (note signed and issued but not dated which is unusual). Men Driving Oxen (lower right), Female Portrait (top left), Seated Prosperity or Agriculture (top center), Cherub (top right corner), Train (lower right) Fine with two small edge tears sealed from the back. $125.00
CC2616

$20.00 Note The Bank of Virginia (Richmond) 1854. Warrior Vanquishing Foe (left), Liberty and another Female Figure "Free and Independent States" (top center), Three Classical Male Heads F-VF. $100.00
CC2617

$10.00 Note The Bank of Virginia (Richmond) 1853. Three Seated Female Figures: Navigation, Prosperity, Liberty (top center), Classical Male Busts (left and right) Fine. $100.00
CC2618

$50.00 Note The Exchange Bank of Virginia (Norfolk) 1862. Two Seated Female Figures with Sailing Ships (Navigation and Prosperity) flanked by George Washington and another Male Portrait (center), Men with Farm Animals (left), Warrior Vanquishing Foe (right) F-VF. $125.00
CC2619

$5.00 Note The Bank of Pittsylvania 1861. Farmer with Horses and Plow (center), Standing Female Figure: Agriculture (left), Female Portrait (right) VF. $200.00
CC2689

$10.00 Note Bank of the Commonwealth (Richmond) 1858. Two men flanking a bust portrait of George Washington, Dog, Sailing Ships (center), Male Portrait (lower left), Virginia State Seal (lower right). No design on the back. Three edges appear to be reinforced for some unknown reason with old style archival tape which does not detract from the overall appearance. Scarce Note Fine. $90.00
CC2696

$20.00 Note The Exchange Bank of Virginia (Norfolk) 1858. Indian Brave Scene flanked by George Washington portrait at left and another male portrait at right (top center), Virginia State Seal (lower left), Sailing Ship (right), Indian in Canoe (bottom center) F-VF. $85.00
CC2785

$20.00 Note The Exchange Bank of Virginia (Norfolk) 1858. Indian Brave Scene flanked by George Washington portrait at left and another male portrait at right (top center), Virginia State Seal (lower left), Sailing Ship (right), Indian in Canoe (bottom center) F-VF. $85.00
CC2841

$1.00 Note The Central Bank of Virginia (Staunton) 1862. Farm scene with plow and oxen. Printed on the back of $5.00 obsolete notes from The Central Bank of Virginia F-VF. $65.00
CC2875

$1.00 Note Virginia Treasury Note (Cr-17) July 21, 1862. Maid with Pail Seated on Log (center), Governor Letcher (lower left) Uncirculated. $90.00
CC2876

Corporation of Winchester (Winchester, Virginia) 15c Fractional Note (1861). Virginia State Seal (center), Female Figure (lower left) VF-XF. $80.00
CC2877

$50.00 Note The Exchange Bank of Virginia (Norfolk) 1855. Two Seated Female Figures with Sailing Ships (Navigation and Prosperity) flanked by George Washington and another Male Portrait (center), Men with Farm Animals (left), Warrior Vanquishing Foe (right) VF. $135.00
CC2878

The Farmers' Bank of Virginia (Winchester, Va) 50c Fractional Note 1839. Seated Prosperity with Cornucopia (top center), USA Half Dollar Coin (top right), Train (right) Uncirculated. $70.00


Miscellaneous - SOUTHERN Notes


NONE AVAILABLE


Missouri State Flag-- Missouri -- Missouri State Flag

CC2043

$3.00 Note State of Missouri 1862. Cr-7 Governor Claiborne Fox Jackson flanked by Confederate Flags (central), Female Warrior with Vanquished Foe (left), Frontiersman with rifle and dog (right). Plain Back. Condition is Poor to Good with pieces missing. PMG slabbed note graded 25 Net Very Fine. Very scarce note with a rarity factor 10.
$100.00
CC2114

State of Missouri Certificate for Military Service (Cr-UG52) 1874. State Seal (top center), Liberty with Shield and Spear (left) XF. $110.00
CC2244

$20.00 Note Missouri Defense Bonds State of Missouri (Cr-21A) 186--. Plain Paper, No Watermark. River Steamboat (center), Seated Liberty (upper left), Missouri State Seal (lower right). Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated. $225.00
CC2245

Pay Warrant State of Missouri (UG-51) 1874. Missouri State Seal (center), Standing Liberty Left. Issued  in payment for Civil War service. Uncirculated. $90.00


Missouri State Flag-- Kentucky -- Missouri State Flag


None Available



 Confederate Bonds


None Available

Miscellaneous - NORTHERN Notes

CC1684

$5.00 Note The Bank of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania 1860. Two females -- Agriculture and Commerce (center) and four Male Portraits one of which is George Washington (four corners) Fine.
$150.00
CC1685

$1.00 Note The Towanda Bank Towanda, Pennsylvania 1841. Two Horses with Eagle and Shield (center), Indian Princess (left), and Indian Smoking Peace Pipe (right) F-VF.
$50.00
CC1686

$2.00 Note The Towanda Bank Towanda, Pennsylvania 1841. Two Horses with Eagle and Shield (center), Boy and Girl with Dog (left), Boy on Horse (right), and Indian (bottom center) VF.
$110.00
CC1687

$20.00 Note The Towanda Bank Towanda, Pennsylvania 1835. Bare Breasted Female -- Agriculture -- flanked by two Male Portraits one of which is Benjamin Franklin (center) and Seated Liberty (left and right) F-VF.
$75.00
CC1907A

10c Fractional Note The Store at Indiana Iron Works (Pennsylvania) 1856. Farm Scene. Pre Civil War company store script used for buying Dry Goods & Groceries. Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated. $40.00
CC1908

10c Fractional Note The Store at Indiana Iron Works (Pennsylvania) 1856. Farm Scene. Pre Civil War company store script used for buying Dry Goods & Groceries. Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated. $40.00
CC1909

25c Fractional Note The Store at Indiana Iron Works (Pennsylvania) 1856. Farm Scene. Pre Civil War company store script used for buying Dry Goods & Groceries. Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated. $50.00
CC1911

$5.00 Note The Store at Indiana Iron Works (Pennsylvania) 1856. Farm Scene. Pre Civil War company store script used for buying Dry Goods & Groceries. Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated. $50.00
CC1960

$1.00 Note Bank of Windsor (Windsor, Vermont) Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated. $75.00

$50.00 Note New England Commercial Bank (Newport, Rhode Island) Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated. $50.00
CC2080

$1.00 Note The Bank of New England at Goodspeed’s Landing (Connecticut). Steamboat “City of Hartford” and Buildings (center), Male Portrait (left), Female Portrait (right). Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated. $50.00
CC2142

$2.00 Note The Bank of New England at Goodspeed’s Landing (Connecticut). Steamboat “City of Hartford” and Buildings (center), Male Portrait in a Military Uniform (left). Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated. $70.00
CC2144

$10.00 Note Bank of New England at Goodspeed's Landing (Connecticut) 18--. Steamboat (center), Male Portrait (top right), Industry with Shield (lower right). Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated. $75.00
CC2145

$1.00 Note Derby Fishing Company (Connecticut) 1808. Standing Female Figure with Anchor and Sailing Ship (center) Fine. $45.00
CC2146

$5.00 Note Derby Fishing Company (Connecticut) 1808. Seated Female Figure with Anchor and Sailing Ship (center) Fine. $50.00
CC2147

10.00 Note Derby Fishing Company (Connecticut) 1808. Seated Female Figure with Anchor and Sailing Ship (center) Fine. $60.00
CC2149

$5.00 Note The Farmers' and Merchants' Bank (Hartford, Connecticut) 185-. Indian Maiden and Frontiersman with Three Cherubs and Five Large Coins (center), Female Portrait (right), small Steamship (bottom center) Very Fine. $100.00
CC2150

$2.00 Note The Farmers Bank (Bridgeport, Connecticut) 1850. Bare-Breasted Female (center), Steamship (left), Bare-Breasted Female (right) VF-XF. $100.00
CC2482

$3.00 Note The Cincinnati & Whitewater Canal Co. (Ohio) 1860. Canal Scene (top center), Train (right), Wheat and Farm Tools (bottom center) Fine. $100.00
CC2546

5c, 10c, 25c Fractional Notes in 3 Pairs with the pairs upside down with respect to each other. Bank of Newbury (Wells River, Vermont) dated 186-. The three pairs have the same design (dog guarding chest and a separate larger dog's head) with the only difference being the denomination. Unsigned, Unissued, Uncirculated from the 1860's. $70.00
Three Pairs
CC2643

20c Fractional Note Mount Pleasant Apothecary Store Merchant Script Roxbury, Massachusetts 1863. The store is pictured on the note. Uncirculated. $40.00
CC2643A

5c Fractional Note Mount Pleasant Apothecary Store Merchant Script Roxbury, Massachusetts 1863. The store is pictured on the note. Uncirculated. $50.00
CC2644

Union Civil War Sutler's Script - 5c Fractional Note Scott's Nine Hundred United States Cavalry J. R. Bostwick, Sutler Uncirculated. $100.00
CC2645

Union Civil War Sutler's Script - 10c Fractional Note Scott's Nine Hundred United States Cavalry J. R. Bostwick, Sutler Uncirculated. $100.00
CC2662

Union Civil War Sutler's Script - 50c Fractional Note Scott's Nine Hundred United States Cavalry J. R. Bostwick, Sutler VF-XF with light foxing. $75.00
CC2714

Union Civil War Sutler's Script - Sutler's Office Dec 10th 1863 Payment note for $6.00 to Sutler F. B. Frisbie 82nd Invalid Corps on pink paper Uncirculated. $85.00
CC2715

Union Civil War Sutler's Script - Payment note to Samuel Hatch Sutler of the 7th Regiment O. V. M. (Ohio Volunteer Militia). Unissued and Uncirculated with small clip to the lower right corner. $50.00
CC2716

Union Civil War Sutler's Script - Payment note for $2.00 to W. Copes Sutler of the 89th Regiment Ohio Volunteers signed by Charles Pickerel ("his mark" as apparently he could not write) (Private in Co A) with confirmation signed on the reverse by S. A. Glenn (Samuel A. Glenn) 1st Lieut Com(manding) Co A Very Fine.

Samuel A. Glenn entered service as a 2nd Lieut 7/11/1862 and was promoted 1st Lieut 10/2/1862 and Capt 1/24/1863. He is listed as captured as a POW at Chickamuaga 9/20/1863 and confined at Macon, Ga and Columbia SC. No further record except he is recorded as mustering out with his regiment in 1865. No information on Private Pickerel.
$85.00
CC2717

Union Civil War Sutler's Script - Payment Note 1864 to Wm. S. Wilder Sutler of the 1st District Cavalry (Washington DC). Unissued and Uncirculated complete. $60.00
CC2718

Union Civil War Sutler's Script - Payment Note for $2.20 to Henry Buckingham Sutler of the 4th Reg. R. I. Vols, Camp near Portsmouth, Va Oct 25, 1863. Signed by Charles W. Teft of Co G and witnessed by C. T. Bowen Com'g Co. F-VF.

Charles Teft (1836-1900) enlisted as a Private 8/12/1862. He was discharged for disability 2/2/1864. No further information.

The witness, Caleb T. Bowen (1832-1906), was Capt of Co G at the time he signed this note. He is listed as wounded and captured as a POW at Antietam 9/17/1862 but quickly paroled and rejoined his unit a few months later. He was captured as a POW a second time at Petersburg (Va) 7/30/1864 (Battle of the Crater) and confined at Macon, Ga and Columbia SC until paroled in March 1865.
$95.00
CC2719

Union Civil War Sutler's Script - Payment Note 186- to J. B. Goodwin Sutler of the 59th Regiment O. V. U. S. A. (Ohio Volunteers). Unissued and AU complete. $50.00
CC2762

25c Fractional Note Indian Head Bank, Nashua NH Oct 1, 1862. Indian Warrior (right). Fine. $45.00
CC2838

USA 50c Fractional Currency Fourth Issue Type 2 1869-1875. Portrait of Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War under Lincoln. Old mounting marks on the back. VG-Fine. $20.00
CC2839

USA 50c Fractional Currency Fifth Issue 1874-1876. Portrait of  William H. Crawford (1772-1834), Secretary of the  Treasury 1816-1825 XF. $75.00
CC2840

USA 10c Postage Currency First Issue 1862-1863 (Scott PC6 Imperforate). One 10c Stamp Uncirculated. $75.00
CC2862

Two Fractional Notes (5c and 10c) issued by the Treasurer of Portage County in Ravenna, Ohio, 1862. The 5c note (brown) shows a train at the left and the 10c note (blue) shows a female figure with an anchor and tools and a cornucopia at the left.  Both notes have the same double ring blue handstamp "AUDITOR AUDITED LA.OLIN" dated JUN 26 1888 of unknown meaning and unknown significance. Could not find a reference to these notes or the handstamp and have never seen them before. Do not know if there are other denominations in the series. Both notes are intact but show circulation wear and grade Fine. Will only be sold as a pair. $150.00
Two
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