Confederate Twenty Dollar Note


Item: Confederate Twenty Dollar Note
Date: September 2, 1861.
Printer: B. Duncan in Columbia, South Carolina ("Richmond" was put on some plates in anticipation of a return to the capital. This is one of those notes.)
 Industry is seated between Cupid and beehive, bust of A. H. Stephens to left. Blank rear.
Approximate size:
 3 x 6-7/8 inches.
 Very good, there is a very small hole in the top serif of the letter "E" of the vertical "TWENTY" to the right of the beehive. The paper is crisp with nearly complete borders, but does have minor discoloration, creases, and a few pinholes.
Reference:  Criswell T-20
  The note is hand numbered and signed and will be an excellent addition to any Civil War note or general relic collection.

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