DescriptionConfederate States of America - T39 $100 1862 PF-6, Cr. 290. PCGS Very Choice New 64PPQ.
Confederate T39 and T40 $100 Trains are a specialty with the most varieties and ephemeral associations. J.T. Paterson & Co., Columbia, S.C. printed these types. This is the standard design, showing a train heading west with steam rising straight up from the locomotive at top center. A milkmaid balancing a pail on her head is at lower left. Two Jackson, a Mobile Savings Bank, and an interest stamp are on the back. Well framed, with only one sliver where the margin is tight. A splendid representative of this famous type.
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