1864 CSA T-69 $5 NOTE FEATURING STATE CAPITOL, RICHMOND

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An original piece of Confederate money, being the $5 CSA T-69 bill featuring the State Capitol building in Richmond in the center of the bill, and Confederate Secretary of the Treasury, C.G. Memminger in lower, right corner. Engraved and printed by Keatinge & Ball of Columbia, SC.  Dated February 17th 1864.  Plate letter, C.  Hand serial numbered, 48798. No series. This note has fair pink shade remaining on the front and fair blue on the back. The printing is clear and the contrast good. No pin holes, minor wrinkling. Not framed well, cropped on lower, right edge. A typical Confederate bill.    [jet]

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