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    T31 $5 1861 PF-1 Cr. 244 PMG Very Fine 30.
    Printed by Southern Bank Note Co. in New Orleans (actually the New Orleans office of the ABNCo.), this note was part of a four subject plate which had two $10s (Type 22) and two $5s (Type 31). 58, 860 $5s were issued between November 13, 1861 and May 15, 1862. Production was halted when New Orleans fell to a federal naval task force at the end of April, 1862. To expedite production only existing pre-war vignettes were used. SBNCo produced notes are popular with collectors and are becoming harder to acquire in better condition levels. This attractive example is housed in a comment free PMG holder and retains wonderful unoxidized orange protectors and bright paper.
    From the Brigadier General Donald D. McClanahan Collection of Confederate & Confederate States Notes

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