DescriptionT39 PF-2 $100 1862.
A bogus drab green "One Hundred Dollars" ray and bar back is found on this Crisp Uncirculated $100. Bogus backs are also known as printed backs. These were printed likely in the early 1880's during a boom period of interest in Confederate paper money where new varieties were created to sell to unsuspecting collectors. The Interest Paid stamps are real with the bogus back printed over them.
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