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  1. $1 Berks County Rail Road Co, Reading, Pennsylvania, October 20, 1873 $1 Berks County Rail Road Co, Reading, Pennsylvania, October 20, 1873

    $95.00

    S/N 5396
    Condition: VF
    $1 Berks County Rail Road Co
    Reading, Pennsylvania
    October 20, 1873 Learn More
  2. 5 Pesos El Estado De Durango, 1914, Mexico | Obverse 5 Pesos El Estado De Durango Dec. 12, 1914, Mexico

    $120.00

    S/N 24602
    Series A
    Dated December 12, 1914
    Red Revalidado on reverse
    XF+ Condition Learn More
  3. $5 Town of Newark, Delaware, October 15, 1862 $5 Town of Newark, Delaware, October 15, 1862

    $115.00

    Dated: October 15, 1862
    Condition: VF Learn More
  4. $2 The State of North Carolina 1861 $2 The State of North Carolina 1861

    $35.00

    S/N 2416
    $2 The State of North Carolina 1861
    Imprint: F.W. Borneman, Charleston, N.C.
    XF Condition Learn More
  5. 25 Cents The City of Portsmouth, VA 1862 25 Cents The City of Portsmouth, VA 1862

    $30.00

    S/N 1500 (error - 5/4)
    Dated October 29, 1862
    VG Condition, with a few splits Learn More
  6. 50 Cents The Western & Atlantic R. R., Atlanta, Georgia, October 15, 1862 50 Cents The Western & Atlantic R. R., Atlanta, Georgia, October 15, 1862

    $40.00

    S/N 652
    Condition: CU. Holes cancel
    Date: October 15, 1862
    50 Cents The Western & Atlantic R. R
    Atlanta, Georgia Learn More
  7.  $1 Virginia Treasury Note October 21, 1862 $1 Virginia Treasury Note October 21, 1862

    $60.00

    S/N 53749
    Dated October 21, 1862
    CU Condition, several small pinholes Learn More
  8. $1 The Central Bank of Alabama, Montgomery, October 1, 1861 $1 The Central Bank of Alabama, Montgomery, October 1, 1861

    $125.00

    S/N 8972
    Dated: October 1, 1861
    Condition: VF+ Learn More
  9. $50 State of Florida, Tallahassee 1861 $50 State of Florida, Tallahassee 1861

    $280.00

    S/N 5170
    $50 State of Florida, Tallahassee, 1861
    Signed by Civil War Governor John Milton
    Very Fine Condition Learn More

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