1862 PARISH OF POINTE COUPEE LOUSIANA $2 NOTE

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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 has the word "TWO" over-print in red lettering across the front. This was added at the printer help aid in the prevention of counterfeiting. The note is correctly hand signed and numbered (#642) in ink.

The note is in moderately circulated condition. The overall size of the note measures approximately 6 1/8” by 2 ¾”. The bill retains very strong detail.  [jet]

Pointe Coupee Parish is located along the Mississippi River in central Louisiana. It was organized in 1805 as part of the Territory of Orleans (statehood followed in 1812). It was originally called Pointe Coupee County, and was one of the original 12 counties of the Territory of Orleans. It was renamed as Pointe Coupee Parish in 1816.     [jet] [ph:L]

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