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1864 CSA T-68 $10 NOTE FEATURING HORSE-DRAWN ARTILLERY PIECE

1864 CSA T-68 $10 NOTE FEATURING HORSE-DRAWN ARTILLERY PIECE

An original piece of Confederate money, being the $10 CSA T-68 bill featuring the horse-drawn artillery piece in the center of the bill. Engraved and printed by Keatinge & Ball of Columbia, SC.… (984-31). Learn More »

CSA T-64 $500 NOTE

CSA T-64 $500 NOTE

(See Criswell, CONFEDERATE STATES PAPER MONEY, Type 64, p. 208). By “Keatinge & Ball. Columbia, S.C.”--168,400 issued. This type is one of the most attractive notes of the 1862-64 period. It… (990-31). Learn More »

$375.00
ON HOLD

CSA T-41 $100 NOTE

CSA T-41 $100 NOTE

(See Grover Criswell, Confederate States of America Paper Money,  Scroll 1, Type 41, p. 144.) By Keating & Ball, Columbia, South Carolina:  678,600 notes issued. This 3 x 7.5” bill features a… (990-30). Learn More »

THE CITY OF PORTSMOUTH, VA $1 NOTE FROM THE COLLECTION OF LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM, GETTYSBURG

THE CITY OF PORTSMOUTH, VA $1 NOTE FROM THE COLLECTION OF LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM, GETTYSBURG

Dated October 7, 1861. Number 11459. Shows wear and light soiling throughout; chipping along edges.  Printed on paper that has a portion of another note on the reverse. This item was once part of… (173-4091). Learn More »

$125.00
Originally $150.00

THE CITY OF PETERSBURG, VA $1 NOTE FROM THE COLLECTION OF LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM, GETTYSBURG

THE CITY OF PETERSBURG, VA $1 NOTE FROM THE COLLECTION OF LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM, GETTYSBURG

Date and number have faded with time and are no longer legible. Shows soiling and wear throughout. This item was once part of Lee’s Headquarters Museum of Gettysburg collection; it was… (173-4090). Learn More »

$125.00
Originally $150.00

CITY OF MOBILE, AL SAVINGS BANK $2 NOTE FROM THE COLLECTION OF LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM, GETTYSBURG

CITY OF MOBILE, AL SAVINGS BANK $2 NOTE FROM THE COLLECTION OF LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM, GETTYSBURG

Dated May 1862. Not numbered. Shows wear and light soiling throughout; minor edge tears also present. This item was once part of Lee’s Headquarters Museum of Gettysburg collection; it was… (173-4089). Learn More »

$125.00
Originally $150.00

PLANTERS BANK OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA 50 CENT NOTE FROM THE COLLECTION OF LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM, GETTYSBURG

PLANTERS BANK OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA 50 CENT NOTE FROM THE COLLECTION OF LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM, GETTYSBURG

Dated December 1, 1861[?] . Number 165. Shows wear and light soiling throughout; chipping along edges.  Printed on paper that has portions of other notes on the reverse. This item was once part of… (173-4088). Learn More »

$85.00
Originally $100.00

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY, VA $1 NOTE FROM THE COLLECTION OF LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM, GETTYSBURG

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY, VA $1 NOTE FROM THE COLLECTION OF LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM, GETTYSBURG

Dated Harrisonburg, September 1, 1861. The number if ever present, has faded with time and is no longer legible. Shows soiling and wear throughout. This item was once part of Lee’s Headquarters… (173-4086). Learn More »

$125.00
Originally $150.00

FREDERICK TOWN BRANCH BANK $10 NOTE, DATED 1837

FREDERICK TOWN BRANCH BANK $10 NOTE, DATED 1837

Ten dollar note is No. 395. Reads, “PAY B. AMOS CUNNINGHAM OR BEARER TEN DOLLARS / GREENFIELD MILLS, MD, JULY 4, 1837”. Signed by Thomas I. Davis. “Scrip” is defined as paper notes issued by… (173-3989). Learn More »

$80.00
Originally $95.00
ON HOLD

CIVIL WAR SUTLER TOKEN, 3RD MICHIGAN CAVALRY

CIVIL WAR SUTLER TOKEN, 3RD MICHIGAN CAVALRY

Token is about the size of a penny. Face of token has wording that reads, “CHECK 5 CENTS SUTLER GOODS”.  Reverse has an image of a number 5 and reads, “J.A. LEGGAT SUTLER 3RD MICH.… (998-831). Learn More »

WOOD’S MINSTRELS SILVER TOKEN

WOOD’S MINSTRELS SILVER TOKEN

Due to a shortage of official U.S. coinage at the time, businesses like Wood’s Minstrels had their own private coinage struck to meet public demand and make transactions. Coin is the size of a… (998-834). Learn More »

1938 BLUE GREY REUNION COMMEMORATIVE HALF DOLLAR

1938 BLUE GREY REUNION COMMEMORATIVE HALF DOLLAR

Very nice condition coin, with just a slight amount of tarnish visible.  Obverse features a pair of busts, one of a Union soldier and one of a Confederate soldier. The inscription around the edges… (842-01). Learn More »

PHILADELPHIA MINTED 1904 BARBER DIME

PHILADELPHIA MINTED 1904 BARBER DIME

This 90% silver / 10% copper dime has a clean but slightly worn face. The lack of a mint mark below the wreath on the reverse shows it was minted in Philadelphia. Coin comes in a protective plastic… (516-243). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ERA BRASS TOKEN – BINGHAMTON, NY

CIVIL WAR ERA BRASS TOKEN - BINGHAMTON, NY

Face of token has a laurel wreath bordering the words, “BUSINESS CARD”. Reverse reads, ‘EVANS & ALLEN WATCHES & JEWELRY / BINGHAMTON N.Y.” Token is slightly larger than the size of a… (778-21). Learn More »

THE AGRICULTURAL BANK OF TENNESSEE $5 NOTE

THE AGRICULTURAL BANK OF TENNESSEE $5 NOTE

The Agricultural Bank of Tennessee, Brownsville, Tennessee.  $5 note, serial number 2158.  Dated 8/1/1855. F/VF condition. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS… (173-988). Learn More »

$155.00
Originally $180.00
ON HOLD

FARMERS & EXCHANGE BANK, CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA $5 NOTE

FARMERS & EXCHANGE BANK, CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA $5 NOTE

Farmers & Exchange Bank, Charleston, South Carolina. $5 note, serial number 239, featuring a wagon. Dated 4/13/1861. XF condition. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER… (173-980). Learn More »

$205.00
Originally $240.00
ON HOLD

BANK OF YANCEYVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA $10 NOTE

BANK OF YANCEYVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA $10 NOTE

Bank of Yanceyville, North Carolina. $10 note, serial number 6419, featuring a train. Dated 1/19/1855. VF condition. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON… (173-967). Learn More »

$100.00
Originally $120.00

BANK OF LEXINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA $10 NOTE

BANK OF LEXINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA $10 NOTE

Bank of Lexington, North Carolina. $10 note, serial number 8166, featuring farmers. Dated 8/20/1861. VF condition. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON… (173-966). Learn More »

$155.00
Originally $180.00
ON HOLD

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, NORTH CAROLINA $5 NOTE

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, NORTH CAROLINA $5 NOTE

State of North Carolina, North Carolina. $5 note, serial number 3199, featuring steamships. Dated 1/1/1863. UNC condition. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS… (173-963). Learn More »

$97.50
Originally $115.00

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, NORTH CAROLINA $50 NOTE

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, NORTH CAROLINA $50 NOTE

State of North Carolina, North Carolina. $50 note, serial number 114, featuring watermarked “J. Whatman”. Dated 1/1/1865. XF condition. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL… (173-962). Learn More »

$127.50
Originally $150.00
ON HOLD


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WONDERFUL POST-WAR DRUM WITH CASE PRESENTED TO DRUMMER ROBERT H. HENDERSHOT, KNOWN TO HISTORY AS “THE DRUMMER BOY OF THE RAPPAHANNOCK”

This drum and case was presented to Robert Hendershot who as a young drummer boy achieved notoriety and fame for his exploits during the Fredericksburg Campaign in December of 1862. The drum has a beautiful light colored maple wood body in excellent… (410-170). Learn More »

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