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T-52 Confederate Money R. M. T. Hunter 10.00 EF-AU

Your Price: $130.00
Item Number: T-52 CSA Obsolete Var EF-AU
Manufacturer: CSA - Confederacy Capital - Montgomery AL, Richmond VA
Type 52 Confederate Money 10.00 R.M. T. Hunter 1862
Type 52 Confederate Money 10.00 R.M. T. Hunter 1862

Type 52 Obsolete Civil War Currency


Nickname & Vignettes - The center vignette is of the proposed State Capitol for South Carolina which would be located in Columbia. The right portrait is R. M. T. Hunter, who served as Secretary of State for a short while for the Confederacy.
Date & Place of Issue - Richmond Virginia during the early part of the Civil War on December 2nd, 1862.
Serial & Plate Letters - Various
Condition - This group of confederate money will all grade from extra fine to almost uncirculated and about all will have a choice appearance.
Back - The T-52 examples of confederate money have ornate blue backs. Dollars is written in the center at the top and bottom, there are also 10 Xs all in blue circles. Some of these backs will have small pencil markings.
Criswell & Fricke Numbers - There will be various numbers and varieties in this group of obsolete Civil War Currency.
Number Issued and Printers - 3,060,000 by Keatinge and Ball of Columbia South Carolina.
Payable In - Fundable in Stocks or Bonds of the Confederate States, Six Months after the ratification of a treaty of peace betwen the CSA and the United States.
Notes - I have more than one of these type 52 confederate money bills so the one in the picture might not be the one you will recieve, but all will be in extra fine or almost uncirculated condition and most have the appearances of being choice. The back of one of this group of obsolete Civil War currency can also be seen in the photo gallery.