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T-6. 1861 $50 Confederate Currency. PMG Extremely Fine 40 EPQ.

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T-6.  1861 $50 Confederate Currency.  PMG Extremely Fine 40 EPQ.
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T-6. 1861 $50 Confederate Currency. PMG Extremely Fine 40 EPQ.

As mentioned previously, the T-5 and T-6 notes were printed together and have the same issue of 5,768 notes. Vignettes of Justice at left, with Agriculture and Industry seated on a bale of hay at center, and George Washington at right. Signed by Robert Tyler as Register and Edward Elmore as Treasurer. In August 1864, Elmore challenged the editor of the Richmond Examiner, John Daniels, to a duel due to accusations Daniels had made against Elmore gambling away government funds. The pair met on Belle Isle, located in the James River just south of downtown Richmond, where Elmore wounded Daniels with his first shot. Housed in a first-generation PMG holder, as the EPQ moniker wasn’t printed yet, just mentioned on the back. Embossing is easily noticed on this original beauty.

Grading Company: PMG EF40

Serial#: S/N 3508 pp BPedigree/Collection: