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Virginia Confederate Money Bank of Rockbridge 1.00 Bill Fine

Your Price: $125.00
Item Number: Bank of Rockbridge 1 dol
Manufacturer: VA - Mother of Presidents, Old Dominion, Capital - Richmond

Virginia Confederate Money on the Bank of Rockbridge, this One dollar note was issued from Lexington on June 10, 1861 and will grade fine. Confederate Money from the Bank of Rockbridge is fairly scarce, this example is rated R4 which means 25 to 49 are estimated to exsist today. The Lexington area of Rockbridge County Virginia is rich with Civil War History. Both General Robert E. Lee and General Stonewall Jackson both taught in colleges here and both are also buried in Lexington. Other notable events of Rockbridge County are Cyrus McCormick invented the mechanical reaper at his farm north of Lexington, Sam Houston, father of Texas Independence was born here as was Pat Robertson. George C. Marshall, America's highest ranking soldier in WWII was educated at VMI, among others. The picture shows the actual Virginia confederate money that is for sale, a great piece of Virginia Civil War History.

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