Georgia Obsolete Currency CR-06B One Hundred Dollars Treasury Note
SKU: GA Treasury 100.00 Serial 1432
Obsolete Currency from the Georgia Treasury issued from Milledgeville, during the Civil War on February 1st, 1863. This note grades very fine. This confederate money note is a rarer error type, it was designated by Grover Criswell as type Cr-06B, which means that it has no black treasury seal on the back. The rarity scale is R6, which means that there are 76 to 100 still in existence today. This type of confederate money from the 1863 Georgia issue featured the Georgia State Arms in the center surrounded by a coiled rattlesnake and at the left end is a portrait of Governor Joseph E. Brown. T. J. Bloodworth signed this note as Comptroller General and Jno Jones signed as treasurer. The picture shows the actual obsolete GA treasury note that is for sale at Brandywine General Store.