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    Attractive and Blemish-free T3 1861 $100

    T3 $100 1861 PF-2 Cr. 3 PMG Choice Extremely Fine 45.
    A boldly detailed $100 from the second printing which barely escaped seizure by federal agents at the harbor in New York City before being shipped to the Confederacy. This note shared a sheet with a $50 note. It is an attractive piece with ideal color, not a trace of soiling, and its new owner will enjoy the fact that it is free of any problems whatsoever. It was issued July 2, 1861 by Mark Jackson Capt. CSA per the inscription on the back.
    From the Brigadier General Donald D. McClanahan Collection of Confederate & Confederate States Notes


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    September, 2019
    4th-9th Wednesday-Monday
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