25 October 2016, 10:30 EST
Fort Lee, NJ, USALive Auction
Lot 618: Jasper County, By Order of the Inferior Court, 1862 Obsolete Scrip Note.(32 views)
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Estimate: $60 - $100
Description: Monticello, Georgia, July 25th, 1862, 10 cents, Unlisted, Issued obsolete Banknote, Black on red under print on thin and translucent onion skin type of paper, Dog resting with key in front of safe on top middle, small locomotive on LR and railroad car on LL, Signed but no Serial Number, repaired ink burn hole on the LL, otherwise note appears nice Choice AU to Uncirculated. Scarce note in this high grade. H.P. Hill & Co., Griffin, Ga.
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