Virginia Obsolete Currency Bank of Rockingham One Dollar banknote
SKU: Bank of Rockingham 1 dollar 1921
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Obsolete money issued by the Bank of Rockingham in the amount of one dollar from Harrisonburg Virginia in 1861, notes from this bank are scarce. It is estimated between 25 to 49 of this dollar bill still exist, but all the other denominations issued by this institution only between 5 to 9 still survive today. In the lower left comer is a vignette of a farmer with a horse and dog with a pitchfork to the side. The top has another farming scene which is fitting since Harrisonburg is in the fertile Shenandoah Valley of VA, which was called the breadbasket of the Confederacy. The state arms is in the lower right corner. The condition of this note is Fine and the back is plain. The picture shows the actual Bank of Rockingham note that is for sale at Brandywine General Store.