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    T39 $100 1862 PF-5 Cr. 290.
    A very interesting note that starts off with a penned issued statement - 1st January 1863 - and signed by "T(haddeus) Sanford, DPY (Depositary)" on the back. Sanford would later use a rubber stamping for issuing notes. We have offered very few C-notes with Sanford's manuscript signature. We next see that the next stop for this note was the Trans-Mississippi outpost of Alexandria, Louisiana with the penned interest paid to comment of "Int pd July 1/64 Alexa, La." We do not recall another "Alexandria" note crossing our desk and in fact, Confederate Issuers of Train and Hoer Notes by Michael McNeil does not list Alexandria for interest paid to towns for T39 notes. This note would later cross back over the Mississippi River and receive an interest paid to stamping of "1st January 1865 at Jackson." Very Fine, evenly circulated and problem free.


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    July, 2012
    17th Tuesday
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