DescriptionT41 $100 1862 PF-7 Cr. 317.
Felix Senac Paymaster penned in red ink "Issued May 2, 1863" plus his name and title on the back of this note that also has two red interest paid to Macon stamps. Floridian Senac was in the Confederate Navy and in 1863 was stationed in Atlanta. He had been a paymaster in the United States Navy before the war. After Atlanta, Senac served abroad during the years 1863-65. Extremely Fine with deep embossing, fully framed, pinholes, and a small piece missing from the top edge.
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