DescriptionConfederate States of America - T49 $100 1862 PF-5, Cr. 349. PCGS Very Fine 25.
The fifth series of Confederate notes were well made at Keatinge & Ball, Columbia, S.C. and were a significant improvement over the work done by Duncan. Lucy Pickens appears at the top center. Two Confederate soldiers are at the lower left. George W. Randolph's portrait is at the lower right. It has an ornate green security back, the first use on a Confederate $100, with the obligation at center and large dies at each side. Printed on watermarked CSA paper. This is the second series, plate C, with serial number 10658. These are very scarce in high grade. A problem-free type note with full margins.
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