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1857 DATED FLYING EAGLE PENNY

1857 DATED FLYING EAGLE PENNY

Produced for the public only in 1857 and 1858, with a few pattern pieces minted in 1856, the Flying Eagle Cent used a copper and nickel alloy and portrayed an eagle in flight that was admired for its… (286-1024). Learn More »

$75.00
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1858 DATED FLYING EAGLE PENNY

1858 DATED FLYING EAGLE PENNY

Produced for the public only in 1857 and 1858, with a few pattern pieces minted in 1856, the Flying Eagle Cent used a copper and nickel alloy and portrayed an eagle in flight that was admired for its… (286-1023). Learn More »

$75.00
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1858 DATED FLYING EAGLE PENNY

1858 DATED FLYING EAGLE PENNY

Produced for the public only in 1857 and 1858, with a few pattern pieces minted in 1856, the Flying Eagle Cent used a copper and nickel alloy and portrayed an eagle in flight that was admired for its… (286-1022). Learn More »

$75.00
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SILVER LADY LIBERTY DIME RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAY’S BATTLEFIELD AT GETTYSBURG

SILVER LADY LIBERTY DIME RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAY’S BATTLEFIELD AT GETTYSBURG

Silver Lady Liberty dime dated 1845 found by local resident and relic hunter Ed Miller. Edward or “Ed” Miller of Gettysburg was a very avid relic hunter in and around Gettysburg, amassing a… (286-1030). Learn More »

$65.00
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1861 AUGUSTA GEORGIA $3 CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT

1861 AUGUSTA GEORGIA $3 CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT

This is an original 1861 dated $3.00 note from the Augusta Savings Bank. The central image on this note is a collection of fire-fighting equipment. The left side features an Indian woman. At the… (L14053). Learn More »

1862 PARISH OF POINTE COUPEE LOUSIANA $2 NOTE

1862 PARISH OF POINTE COUPEE LOUSIANA $2 NOTE

An original piece of Louisiana currency, being the $2 bill featuring central artwork of a plow with agriculture. Left edge has image of Lady Justice with scales and sword. Dated March 24th, 1862. It… (L14119). Learn More »

1862 PETERSBURG VIRGINIA 10 CENT NOTE

1862 PETERSBURG VIRGINIA 10 CENT NOTE

An original piece of Virginia currency, being a small 10 cent note issued from the city of Petersburg. Dated May 6th, 1862. No artwork, only text. The note is correctly hand signed and numbered… (L14238). Learn More »

1861 PETERSBURG VIRGINIA $1 NOTE

1861 PETERSBURG VIRGINIA $1 NOTE

An original piece of Virginia currency, being a $1 note issued from the city of Petersburg. Authorized on April 23, 1861 and issued May 13, 1861. Interesting note with majority of text printed in… (L14246). Learn More »

50-CENT BANK NOTE FROM SCOTT COUNTY, VIRGINIA, AUGUST 1862

50-CENT BANK NOTE FROM SCOTT COUNTY, VIRGINIA, AUGUST 1862

An original piece of Southern county issued money, being a beautiful 50-cent note. Authorized to be issued on August 15, 1862.  Blank ink printing overall with a large eye-catching “50” in green… (2020-401). Learn More »

$50.00
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$1 BANK NOTE FROM SCOTT COUNTY, VIRGINIA, AUGUST 1862

$1 BANK NOTE FROM SCOTT COUNTY, VIRGINIA, AUGUST 1862

An original piece of Southern county issued money, being a beautiful $1 note. Authorized to be issued on August 15, 1862.  Blank ink printing overall with a large eye-catching “ONE” in blue ink… (L15536). Learn More »

$50.00
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MEDAL OR TOKEN HONORING GENERAL WARRREN, THE HERO OF LITTLE ROUND TOP, LATER COMMANDER OF THE 5th CORPS

MEDAL OR TOKEN HONORING GENERAL WARRREN, THE HERO OF LITTLE ROUND TOP, LATER COMMANDER OF THE 5th CORPS

No student of Gettysburg will be unfamiliar with the important actions of Gouverneur K. Warren on July 2. As Chief Engineer of the Army of the Potomac, he realized at once the tactical importance of… (286-855). Learn More »

$95.00
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CS T-70 $2 NOTE

CS T-70 $2 NOTE

Dated Feby 17th 1864. Serial number illegible. Series G. Note depicts Judah P. Benjamin, Confederate Attorney General and Secretary of War, black with reddish overprint, plain back. Date is printed,… (282-350). Learn More »

CS T-69 $5 NOTE

CS T-69 $5 NOTE

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… (282-349). Learn More »

CONTINENTAL $30 NOTE

CONTINENTAL $30 NOTE

This is a $30 note pasted to an old scrap book page. The note measures approximately 3.5” x 2.75”. Serial numbered in red ink. Signed by Lewis Farmer and Joseph Walter. Numbering and first… (215-240). Learn More »

CITIZENS BANK OF LOUISIANA $5.00 NOTE

CITIZENS BANK OF LOUISIANA $5.00 NOTE

This Note was printed by “American Bank Note.” The Note is unissued and in crisp condition. It was issued by the New Orleans Bank. This is a bilingual Note in English and French. The Note features… (286-905). Learn More »

CANAL BANK NEW ORLEANS $20.00 NOTE

CANAL BANK NEW ORLEANS $20.00 NOTE

This Note was printed by “Rawdon, Wright, Hatch and Edson, New Orleans & N.Y.” The Note is unissued and in crisp condition. It was issued by the New Orleans branch Bank. The Goddess of… (286-904). Learn More »

THE CITIZENS BANK OF LOUISIANA $100.00 NOTE

THE CITIZENS BANK OF LOUISIANA $100.00 NOTE

This Note was printed by “American Bank Note.” The Note is unissued and in crisp condition. There is a portrait of Andrew Jackson (from the bank of New Orleans) on the right, a vignette of women… (286-903). Learn More »

STATE OF ARKANSAS $10.00 BOND

STATE OF ARKANSAS $10.00 BOND

This Bond was issued on the 16th September 1861. It has a vignette of the Arkansas State Seal with red over print. The serial number on this Bond is 30,232 and there are seven coupons intact. There… (998-2154). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA $1,000.00 BOND

CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA $1,000.00 BOND

This Bond was authorized by the Act of Congress CSA on the 20th of February 1863. The total number of Bonds issued were 34,891 printed on dark pink paper. This Bond was issued on 20th February 1863.… (998-2152). Learn More »

STATE OF VIRGINIA, THE BANK OF RICHMOND $1.00 NOTE JULY 1ST 1861

STATE OF VIRGINIA, THE BANK OF RICHMOND $1.00 NOTE JULY 1ST 1861

This Note was printed by “Hoyer & Ludwig Richmond, VA.” There is a vignette of President George Washington and a woman on the left.    [ws] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS… (286-901). Learn More »


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EARLY WAR U.S. CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER, 1840 STYLE, BY SMITH, CRANE AND COMPANY, NEW YORK, 1858 TO 1862

Smith, Crane and Company pieces are scarce. They were only in business from 1858 through 1862, retailing military goods in New York City. Their swords were imported, of German make and likely by Schnitzler and Kirschbaum, though not maker marked.… (870-263). Learn More »

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