DescriptionT41 $100 1862 PF-5 Cr. 315.
A desirable Trans-Mississippi $100 that first had its interest paid to January 1, 1863 and then it was reissued at Houston on March 18, 1863. This month saw General Kirby Smith appointed to command the cash strapped Trans-Mississippi Department. Kirby had stored or cancelled notes reissued to combat the shortage. The final notation on the back is a penned interest paid to inscription for January 1, 1864. This note is as nice as any reissued note that we have been able to offer. PMG Choice Uncirculated 63 EPQ.
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