Virginia Currency, Corporation of Winchester, Winchester, VA., Fifty Cent Note

This fifty cent Corporation of Winchester note was issued by the local government of Winchester, Virginia, in 1861. Printed on the note is "STATE OF VIRGINIA. / Issued under the Act of the Corporation of December 15th, 1860. / DUE BY THE CORPORATION OF WINCHESTER. / FIFTY CENTS. / Payable in Virginia Bank Notes by the Treasurer to bearer on presentation of these due bills, in sums of FIVE DOLLARS." The note depicts symbolism of agriculture at left, a beehive, in center, a guard dog centered at bottom, yellow print, on plain paper, plain back. Date is printed, serial number of "1632" is hand inscribed, signature is hand signed. Printing: "LUCAS & SONS, PRS. BALT." This note is in fair condition with small pinholes, edge wear, staining, and now soft paper. This handsome note will come in a clear acid free envelope for preservation and display and will be an excellent addition to any Civil War note or general relic collection.



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