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    T39 $100 1862 PF-13 Cr. 296.
    This beautiful Train note was issued August 7, 1862 by Captain and Assistant Quartermaster Nathaniel O. Tilton. Tilton was a First Lieutenant in the 1st Regiment, Georgia Infantry (Olmstead's) and then a Captain and Assistant Quartermaster of the 25th Regiment, Georgia Infantry serving later as a Major in the Quartermaster's Department, Provisional Confederate Army (to rank from May 2, 1863). When this note was issued, the 25th Regiment, Georgia Infantry was serving on the coast in the Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. His hand inscription is seen on back along with a couple of interest paid stamps. A bold and attractive About Uncirculated note with a clipped corner at right.


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