Very Rare Trans-Mississippi StampT52 $10 1862 PF-9 Cr. 373.
This type, while very common, bears an extremely rare Trans-Mississippi re-issue stamp on the front of the note. The black stamp is one of the rarest types as it is in a straight line format, versus the commonly seen round format. The stamp reads "February 1864 Accepted as a Note issued under Act of Congress of March 23, 1863." The note has also been endorsed on the back stating "Received of W.A. Davis." Davis served in the 1st Regiment Texas Cavalry, Confederate States of America during this time. This is a nice historical example with ties to both the Confederacy and Texas. A grade of Good-Very Good has been assigned, accounting for the missing corner, stains, and nicks along top.
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