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Fr.-16c (Mis labeled by PMG)1862 $1 Legal Tender Ser. 40606 in a PMG-63 EPQ



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This 1862 $1 Legal Tender note is NOT a Fr.-16 as PMG says but a scarcer Fr.-16c version. The series # 259 is to the right of the date and there is NO ABC monogram at the middle right. I will have it labeled correctly at the next show.

Here is a very nice 1862 $1 Legal Tender in a PMG-63EPQ holder. The serial number is 40606 and it is totally original. Check out the vibrant greens and the nice hand cut margins. So many of these early hand cut notes had uneven margins and sometimes the cuts went into the design. This is not one of those as the margins are very nice. You gotta love the ornate back design on these early Civil War era notes. This is actually the second obligation version which is much rarer than the first obligation.

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