DescriptionT39 $100 1862 PF-2.
From the very short press run of five days printed by Hoyer & Ludwig, this example has a so-called "bogus back" (standard $100s were uniface). There is some debate in the collector community whether these were legitimately intended to be used in production or were given these backs after the war to create stage money or new collector varieties. This particular back is olive drab. PMG About Uncirculated 55.
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