Civil War
Currency-Obsolete Notes-Stocks-Bonds
Scarce Certificate-Confederate States of America-1864
Item #: NEW-0015139

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This certificate was issued in Atlanta  in March of 1864.  N L Davis was paid one thousand dollars, interest on a bond he had purchased.  I think his payment may have been reduced by the "Act to reduce the Currency and to authorize a new issue of Notes and Bonds," approved February 17, 1864, upon the surrender of this certificate at this office. This was done when the Confederacy was running out of funds.  The certificate is signed by John N Duncan.  

The certificate appears to have been cancelled on the left hand side.  Stain on the bottom

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $68.50 USD
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Bank of Macon Note-Two Dollars-1831
Item #: NEW-0015135

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Nice obsolete note from the Bank of Macon in Macon Georgia.  Please view the scans to see the condition. No pin holes.

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Price: $105.50 USD
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1861 Confederate Note-Bank of Tennessee-Fifty Cents
Item #: NEW-0011421

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This bank note has some wear to it primarily along the edges.  I also count around eight pin holes when held up to the light.  Small tear in the right border and some in the bottom edge just past the 50.  Part of that area has flaked off.  General roughness on the bottom edge under the 50 on the right hand side.  Light stains in spots.  The bill is not crumpled however and it actually presents pretty well.  

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $97.50 USD
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1774 Colonial Note-Two Thirds of a Dollar-Annapolis Maryland
Item #: NEW-0010711

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Worn note with heavy folds and irregularly cut.  See scan.  Back reads "Death to Counterfeiters."  Sounds like a good idea to me.

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Price: $55.50 USD
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1778 Colonial Note-Seven Dollars-Philadelphia Printing
Item #: NEW-0010710

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"This bill entitles the bearer to receive seven Spanish milled Dollars or the value thereof in Gold and Silver". Hall and Seller printers.  Continental Currency.  This is a very worn note and some visible holes that have been filled with something shiny and the dark spot looks like a filled hole.  Please view the scan.

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Price: $75.50 USD
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The State of Georgia Five Dollar Note
Item #: NEW-0010474

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Light crumpling, two corners turned in and some pin holes.

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Price: $27.50 USD
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Confederate Alabama One Dollar Note-1863
Item #: NEW-0010033

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some pinholes visible when held to the light and a couple of stains.  See scans to view the condition

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Price: $28.50 USD
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Bank of America-Clarksville Tn- Five Dollar Note
Item #: NEW-008289

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Folds, nip out of the border under Andrew Jackson and separations at the mid vertical fold. This is not noticable when in the holder, in fact I did not know they were there when I purchased it. Lesson learned.

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Price: $77.50 USD
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State of Louisiana-Fifty Dollar Note-Leonidis Polk
Item #: NEW-008281

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Neat obsolete Shreveport confederate note from 1863, showing General Leonidis Polk of the Army of Tennessee. Please view the scans to see the condition which includes folds, the deepest being the visable line going through the right hand edge to the middle. Stains on the back but no pin holes

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Price: $165.50 USD
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Partial Sheet-1864-State of Georgia-Fifty Cents
Item #: NEW-008141

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Unsigned notes without a seal. Many of the notes were unused and quite a number were destroyed as the war drew near its closure. Large light water stain on the upper to middle right hand edge and a rather large stain on the second note. General foxing throughout the notes. See the scan.

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Price: $275.50 USD
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Trade Card Featuring an Obsolete Note
Item #: NEW-008075

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Unusual Civil War era trade card for Chickering's Commercial College and Business School in Pittsfield Massachusettes. This may be of interest to the collector of obsolete notes as it shows a note from the Bank of England, dated 1879. Information on the back about this business. Excellent condition. Measures roughly two and a half inches by three and a half inches.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $17.50 USD
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Trade Card Featuring an Obsolete Note
Item #: NEW-008074

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Unusual Civil War era trade card for Chickering's Commercial College and Business School in Pittsfield Massachusettes. This may be of interest to the collector of obsolete notes as it shows a note from the Mechanics Bank in Montreal Canada, dated 1872. Information on the back about this business. Excellent condition. Measures roughly two and a half inches by three and a half inches.

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Price: $17.50 USD
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Bank of Nashville Five Dollar Bank Note
Item #: NEW-007981

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This is Garland 808 with a rarity of 6. 18 is all of the date shown. Worn, limp note as can be seen in the scan. Chunk out of upper right hand corner and wear along the edges. Area of top right hand corner is turned under not torn. All of the borders are visable. Smeared signatures and folds.

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Price: $115.50 USD
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Three Dollar Note-State of North Carolina-1863
Item #: NEW-007665

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Crisp note with scattered pin holes, visible when held up to the light. There is also a scuffed area not visible to the eye but light can be seen through it when held up to light. It is just under the Three on the left edge. On the back scan it appears as a dark area on the right hand side. Number 86 on this Confederate note. The acid in the ink on the treasurer's signature has caused are fairly large hole. No folds and presents very well to the eye.

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Price: $37.50 USD
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Five Dollar Note-Merchants Bank of South Carolina
Item #: NEW-007663

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Several pin holes visable when held up to light. Folds and light crumpling visable on the back only. Dated 1857.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $105.50 USD
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Central of Georgia Railway Company Bond-1895
Item #: NEW-007629

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Large Mortgage Gold Bond which has been canceled. Measures 14 and a half by ten and a half inches. Bound to the certificate is two rows of coupons which actually are on top of the certificate. The only condition problem is a small strip of thin tape covering front and back in the middle of two coupons. Tape appears to be old archival tape, not scotch tape. This railroad started as the Central Rail Road and Canal Company in 1833. The railroad changed its name to Central Rail Road and Banking Company of Georgia. This railroad was constructed to join the Macon and Western Railroad at Macon, Georgia and run to Savannah, Georgia. This created a rail link from Chattanooga on the Tennessee River to seaports on the Atlantic Ocean. It took from 1837 to 1843 to finish this railroad all the way to Macon and until 1851 to get a bridge built across the Ocmulgee River.[1] Over the years, this railroad steadily acquired other railroads by either lease or purchase. The company experienced financial troubles in 1888 when the Richmond Terminal Company gained control of the railroad. The financial problems of the parent company forced this railroad into bankruptcy and it was sold at foreclosure three years later. It was reorganized as Central of Georgia Railway on November 1, 1895. This bond originated at this time.

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Price: $155.50 USD
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1862 State of Georgia Five Dollar Note
Item #: NEW-007248

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This Confederate note is from Milledgeville Georgia. No folds, tears or pin holes. There is a light orangish stain which can be seen in the two scans, possibly from being wet and the red print running.

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Price: $40.50 USD
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Confederate Virginia Treasury Note-1862
Item #: NEW-007211

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No folds but a few pin holes visable under a light and a long brown stain which can be seen in the scan. It may be an ink stain are there are a couple of holes in the stain visable under a light which may be caused by the acidity of ink.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $45.50 USD
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Ten Dollar Note-The Union Bank-Augusta Georgia
Item #: NEW-007163

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Scattered pin holes and tear between the letter N and I in the word Union. Stain around the number 10. See Scans

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $60.50 USD
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1862 State of Georgia Confederate Bond-500 Dollars
Item #: NEW-007147

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This nice bond with six rows of coupons intact was signed by the Governor, Joseph E Brown. The acidity of the ink has cut through through the little curl at the end of his signature. Some folds. I chopped the edges a little in the photo but they are intact. Someone has written in pencil on the back "worthless" but someone had sense enough to preserve this scarce bond.

Shipping Weight: 2 lbs
Price: $325.50 USD
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State of North Carolina One Dollar Note-1863
Item #: NEW-007143

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nice confderate note. Stain on woman's dress, visable in the scans.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $40.50 USD
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Ten Dollar Note-State Bank-South Carolina-1860
Item #: NEW-007098

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Attractive, pre-war note from Charleston South Carolina. Two pinholes in the written date caused by the acidity of the ink, some light foxing and creasing on the left hand top corner and a couple of vertical creases. Overall nice appearance.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $95.50 USD
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Obsolete Sheet-Canal Bank-Ten Notes-New Orleans
Item #: NEW-006831

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Nice sheet with some light staining. Scan of the back was cut off at the bottom since the sheet is larger than the scanner.

Shipping Weight: 2.5 lbs
Price: $185.50 USD
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Uncut Sheet-Canal Bank-Twenty Dollars-New Orleans
Item #: NEW-006688

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Another variety of four twenty dollar obsolete notes. Light crease, otherwise in nice condition. Louisiana

Shipping Weight: 2.5 lbs
Price: $205.50 USD
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Uncut Sheet-Canal Bank-Twenty Dollars-New Orleans
Item #: NEW-006646

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Four notes of obsolete currency in nice condition. Small chunk out of the left hand border. Louisiana

Shipping Weight: 2.5 lbs
Price: $180.50 USD
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1872-Revenue Bond Scrip-State of South Carolina
Item #: NEW-006611

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Beautiful fifty dollar note issued March 2nd 1872. Crisp and clean. The only problem is a rough left hand edge. Please note this area on the scan.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $100.50 USD
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1850 Three Dollar Note-Columbus Georgia
Item #: NEW-006607

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Obsolete note issued by the Manufacturers and Mechanics Bank in Columbus. Stains, crumpled appearance and borders cut closely. One pin hole when held up to the light. Small nip out of upper right hand edge.

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Price: $127.50 USD
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1862-One Dollar-Augusta Insurance & Banking Note
Item #: NEW-006604

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Somewhat crumpled appearance on this attractive note. One rather large stain, more visible on the back than on the front. One pin hole visible when held up to light. Border cut too close on the left hand side and bottom left corner edge.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $35.50 USD
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North Carolina 1863 Civil War Notes-CR132
Item #: NEW-006502

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Here are three notes with consecutive serial numbers. Very nice condition with no pin holes, tears, etc. Only problem are some small isolated foxing spots.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $175.50 USD
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Indiana Iron Works Scrip-Five Dollars
Item #: NEW-006403

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Obsolete note from "The Store at Indiana Iron Works, Dry Goods & Groceries". Dated January 1st, 1856. Nice clean crisp note

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $35.50 USD
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Bank of Augusta Obsolete Notes-Uncut Sheet
Item #: NEW-006402

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Three one dollar notes and one two dollar note on an uncut sheet. Some rough edge wear. Georgia

Shipping Weight: 2.5 lbs
Price: $205.50 USD
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Obsolete Note-Farmer's Merchants Bank-Memphis
Item #: NEW-006397

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Ten dollar note G 653. Crisp and clean note. No pinholes stains or tears. Only problem at all is loss of part of the bottom border as a result of an uneven cut. This note has a rarity 13 in Garland's book.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $200.50 USD
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Catalog Updated
6/7/2017 9:05:00 AM
Andrew Jackson Signature-1826 Check-Bank of Tennessee

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