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    T30 $10 1861 PF-6 Cr. 242 PMG Very Fine 25.
    This note was pressed into service in the Trans-Mississippi Department of the Confederacy when supplies of new notes were not available in sufficient quantity to meet the department's urgent needs. Commanding General E. Kirby Smith had various stamps applied to notes that had been cancelled or in storage essentially revalidating them for use once again in circulation. A must-have item for every Confederate collection. The stamp impression, itself, is located where the text is clear and easily readable.
    From the Brigadier General Donald D. McClanahan Collection of Confederate & Confederate States Notes


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