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    Confederate Chemicograph Fourth Printing Reverse 2 Back $50 circa 1957-58 Bertram C466b PCGS Superb Gem New 67PPQ.
    A faint circular "SDC" (for Smithsonian/Dartmouth College) rubber stamping is found on the back right half of this fourth printing reverse 2 Chemicograph $50. These were printed by Philip Chase in 1957-58. In 1958, Chase donated six different denominations ($5, $10, $20, $50, $100, and $500) of Chemicograph plates to the Smithsonian Institution and all remaining "notes" were donated to Dartmouth College. Chase rubber stamped "SDC" in green ink on the back before the "notes" were delivered and packaged into "SDC Packets" with each of the denominations. For more information on Chemicograph Backs see Confederate Numismatica 2018 Supplement One by Peter Bertram.


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