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    Ball 146a Cr. 109 $10,000 1861 Call Certificate Very Fine, CC.
    The denomination is handwritten in and this example is made payable to E.C. Elmore Treasurer CSA. Acting Register of the Treasury C.T. Jones signed this bond. The Ball rarity rating is R7+, four to ten extant. Penned on the back is the necessary wording for Ball 146a, "in notes of the issue of Dec 2nd 1862." Payments and receivables are also penned on the back. The second edition of Comprehensive Catalog and History of Confederate Bonds by Douglas B. Ball and Henry F. Simmons, Jr states on page 151, "Toward the end of the issue, a few certificates (B146a) were possibly issued illegally in exchange for notes dated December 2, 1862 (T49-T55)." Cut cancels have been made through the two penned digit denominations and also Jones' signature. A tiny fold hole is found at bottom center.

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