DescriptionT28 $10 1861 PF-1 Cr. 230;
T36 $5 1861 PF-4 Cr. 278.
The imprint on the $10 is still Hoyer & Ludwig, indicating that it was printed prior to May 1862, while the $5 imprint indicates J.T. Paterson & Co. meaning that it was printed after Hoyer & Ludwig was stripped of its contracts for refusing to move to Columbia, SC in May, 1862. PMG grades the $5 Very Good 8 Net due to hole cancels and assorted paper damage while the $10 grades Very Fine 25.
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