VIRGINIA TREASURY $1 NOTE FROM THE COLLECTION OF LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM, GETTYSBURG

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Item Code: 173-4087

Dated July 21, 1862. Number 48479. Shows some soiling and wear; tears on both left and right edges. This item was once part of Lee’s Headquarters Museum of Gettysburg collection; it was de-accessioned in the late 1990’s along with many other items in order to raise funds to help defray costs of an extensive renovation undertaken to concentrate the museum’s focus on the interpretation of the First Day’s battle. Previously sold by The Horse Soldier in 2001.  [ld]

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