DescriptionT41 $100 1862 PF-12 Cr. 317A.
A $100 that displays on the back a "San Antonio, Tex Apr 17 (1862) Paid" issue postmark rubber stamping. At the start of the Civil War, San Antonio could boast of a population of 15,000. As the war progressed, it became a commercial and financial center for the Confederacy due to its proximity to Mexico. Notes issued in Texas have added prestige that make them highly sought after among collectors. We are offering a PCGS Choice About New 58PPQ example that is well margined all the way around and boldly embossed. An attractive San Antonio note that cannot help but please its next owner.
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