This North Carolina five cent bill dated 1863 is very good condition. On the front center are the female figures of "Liberty" and "Plenty" with Liberty on the left holding a liberty pole in her left hand with a scroll inscribed "CONSTITUTION" resting in her lap. "Plenty" is resting upon a cornucopia under her right arm with a stalk of wheat in her left hand. Stated on the bill is "RALEIGH. JANy 1.. 1863. / THE STATE of NORTH CAROLINA / Will pay to Bearer at the Treasury on or before January 1.st 1866 / FIVE CENTS." It is signed and hand numbered "900". The bill was issued out of Raleigh, North Carolina and was printed by “J.T. Paterson & Co. Augusta, Ga.”. The back of the bill is plain. The bill itself measures 2-1/4 x 4-1/4 inches and has some creasing and light staining. It will come in a clear acid free envelope for preservation and display, and will be an excellent addition to any Civil War currency or general relic collection.
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