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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
$110.00S/N 1399 / 1339
Dated: May 20, 1864
Fine+ Condition Learn More
$1 Paterson Iron Works, New Orleans
Green One left & right, Tools (green) center.
One Dollar Due by Jackson and Company to Bearer
Redeemable in Confederate Notes in Sums of Ten Dollars
Very Fine but with Small Hole Patched, Pin Holes
VF Condition Learn More
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