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    1864 $100 Lucy Pickens in center; Two Soldiers on left; George W. Randolph on right, T-65, AU. This is an Havana counterfeit note, and a very dangerous counterfeit as it was widely accepted as a genuine note. These notes were known to have been introduced into the Confederacy from ships coming from Havana, hence the name. This is one of the very best counterfeit CSA notes made. Its downfall was that the back was not done nearly as well as the front. This note is not as wide or as tall as a real one and the printing on the back is quite fuzzy, lacking the detail of the original. Counterfeit CSA notes are very collectible and in some cases worth more than the genuine notes. This note has a broad corner fold at the right and a partial bend at the left.

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    March, 2000
    15th Wednesday
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