1862 C.S.A. Currency - Fourth Issue

[1862 $100 Note]

$100 - (T201) - Railroad train (with straight white steam) in the center and a milkmaid on the left. There is also another variety with diffused steam (T202). These notes have written dates from May, 1862 to January, 1863. They also usually have interest paid stamps on the back.

[1862 $100 Note]

$100 - (T203) - Slave hoeing cotton in the center with John C. Calhoun on the left and Columbia on the right. These notes have written dates from August, 1862 to January, 1863. These also usually have interest stamps on the back.

[1862 $2 Note]

$2 - (T205) - Representation of the Confederacy striking down the Union in center with Judah Benjamin, a Confederate Cabinet Member, on the left. This note is smaller that most other notes and comes in two types, with (T205) and without (T204) the green "2" & "TWO" overprint. Dated June 2, 1862

[1862 $1 Note]

$1 - (T207) - Ship in center with Lucy Pickens (Wife of the Governor of S.C) on right and a woman on the left. This note is smaller that most other notes and comes in two types, with (T207) and without (T206) the green "1" & "ONE" overprint. Dated June 2, 1862.

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