EARLY COPY OF CONFEDERATE $100 NOTE WITH AD ON REVERSE

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Item Code: 765-47

Following the Civil War it became common to use copies of Confederate bills with advertisements on the reverse. This piece of reprinted Confederate money, with Lucy Pickens, “Queen of the Confederacy” at the center of the bill. Published in New York.  Dated February 17th 1864. Plate letters, A. Serial numbered 4398. Series 11. Reverse features an ad for Triem & Murphy of Salem, Ohio.

The printing is clear and the contrast good. Some small pin holes, chips and fold creases are present.    [SL]

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