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    T48 $10 1862. This rare "Essay" note is now accepted as bogus by the CSA collecting community but is still avidly sought after and an integral part of most Confederate type sets. This specimen is one of only two examples of the T48 that we have had to offer in the past five years. It comes from the Stuart holdings, and, like all of this material, has been away from the numismatic market for upwards of fifty years. Very Good-Fine, with a small interior split and a tiny nick out of the top margin.
    From the Gilbert I. Stuart Collection


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    Auction Dates
    September, 2005
    21st-23rd Wednesday-Friday
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