DescriptionT41 $100 1862.
This C-note was issued on May 1, 1863 at Knoxville by Civil Agent J.G.M. Ramsey. This is the first T41 issued by Ramsey that we have ever offered. An 1864 interest paid to stamp for Charleston is also seen on the back. According to research presented in Confederate Issuers of Train and Hoer Notes by Michael McNeil, "Ramsey was in charge of agents who sought out counterfeiters, spies, and infiltrators." After Knoxville was captured, Ramsey would go on to work for the Bank of Fulton in Atlanta. The apparent grade is for being severed and tape repaired at bottom right. We see an approximate two by one inch corner that has been reattached on the back with contemporary materials. PCGS Apparent Fine 15.
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