Item: Confederate One Dollar Note - Lucy Pickens - 1862
Printer: B. Duncan, Columbia, SC.
Design: The front shows ships in the center with a portrait a portrait of Lucy Petway Holcombe Pickens, the wife of the Francis W. Pickens, governor of South Carolina 1860-1862. The note is lightly hand numbered in red and signed in black ink. Printed on the note is "THE CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA / Will pay ONE DOLLAR to Bearer. / Richmond. / June 2. 1862. / Six Months after the Ratification of a Treaty of Peace between the Confederate States and the United States / FUNDABLE IN EIGHT PER CENT STOCK OR BONDS OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES / RECEIVABLE IN PAYMENT OF ALL DUES EXCEPT EXPORT DUTIES." The rear is blank.
Condition: Good. The note has several pinholes, creases, with edge wear at one end and an incomplete border at the other. The paper is semi-soft with minor discoloration.
Approximate size: 2-13/16 x 6-1/16 inches.
Reference: Criswell T-45
Comments: This original Confederate one dollar note will come in a clear sleeve for preservation and display, and will be an excellent addition to any Civil War note or general relic collection.
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Call or Text: 804-873-5462