This original Confederate one hundred dollar note is in excellent condition. Printed by "Keatinge & Ball. Columbia. S.C", as shown on the front at the bottom left, it is dated "Dec 15 1862" and hand numbered in red. The note shows slaves weeding cotton in the center with an image of John C. Calhoun to the left with "Confederacy" personified at right. John C. Calhoun was Vice-President of the United States from 1825-1832. Learn more about John C. Calhoun by clicking the preceding link. The rear is blank and stamped in black ink "INTEREST PAID / TO 1 JANUARY 1864". There are no pin holes or creases in the note, the color is good, and the paper is crisp. This note will be an excellent addition to any Civil War currency or general relic collection. It will come in a clear acid free envelope for preservation and display. Ref. Criswell T-41.
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