T-52 Confederate Money Ten Dollars RMT Hunter 1862 Very Fine



A type 52 example of Confederate Money that was issued from Richmond Virginia on December 02, 1862. The grade is very fine, the paper has a nice pink tint, with an overall nice appearance, there are some small pinholes throughout the note. The center vignette portrays the state capitol building that was proposed for the state of South Carolina, the portrait at the lower right side is of R. M. T. Hunter, who served the Confederacy as the secreatary of state for a short period during the Civil War and also served as a Senator in the CSA Senate. The picture shows the actual Type 52 Confederate Money that is for sale, in addition the back of this obsolete Civil War Currency can be viewed in the photograph gallery.

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