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Out of stockS/N M 21947723
United States Note
Fine Plus Condition Learn More
50 Cents C. (Charles) Dautremont, Angelica, New York
Pay to Bearer in Current Banknotes 50 Cents
Allegany County Agricultural Society
Signed J. Lockhart, Abe Lincoln left
Piece missing at top
CH AU Condition Learn More
$10.00State of Mississippi, First District, Jasper County
Dated February 10, 1912
Excellent Condition Learn More
Dated January 1, 1861
F-VF Condition Learn More
Dated August 12, 1858
About Good Condition, early paper tape repair on back Learn More
Dated February 8th, 1862
XF Condition, better grade than usual Learn More
Dated February 8th, 1862
XF Condition, better grade than usual, ink burn Learn More
$180.00S/N 454 Radar
Dated: April 15, 1862
VF Condition Learn More
$110.00S/N 1399 / 1339
Dated: May 20, 1864
Fine+ Condition Learn More
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