1864 CSA T-71 $1 NOTE FEATURING CLEMENT C. CLAY, SENATOR FROM ALABAMA

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An original piece of Confederate money, being the $1 CSA featuring Clement C. Clay of Alabama in the center. Engraved and printed by Keatinge & Ball of Columbia, SC.  Edward Keatinge ran an engraving company in New York, but would later be recruited by the Confederacy to produce money.  He partnered with Thomas Ball, of Virginia, and held shop in Richmond, eventually re-locating to Columbia, SC.

Dated February 17th 1864.  Plate letter, B.  Hand serial numbered, 81489. This note has faint pink shade remaining on the front. The printing is clear and the contrast good.

This $1 note is an interesting part of a turbulent history of southern currency, and a great addition to anyone interested in Confederate bank notes.  [mk] [ph:L]

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