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Updated 6-20-17

OSC 1. 1862 State of Missouri $1.00 Note.

Jefferson City issue. Uncirculated condition, strong color and contrast. Perfect borders. 

$250.00

 

OSC 2. 1862 State of Missouri $1.00 Note.

Jefferson City issue. Choice Uncirculated condition on blue paper. Sharp with great borders.

$295.00

 

OSC 3. 1864 over 2 State of Missouri $2.00 Note.

Jefferson City issue. Excellent uncirculated condition. Nice green color. Sharp contrast. Note #4 hand written over 1862 date. Excellent full borders.

$325.00

 

OSC 4. 1862 State of Missouri $3.00 Note.

Jefferson City issue. Choice Uncirculated condition on blue paper. Sharp with great borders. Strong green color.

$225.00

 

OSC 5. 1862 State of Missouri $20.00 Note.

Jefferson City issue. Choice Uncirculated condition. Sharp contrast with full borders.

$225.00

 

OSC 6. State of Missouri $20.00 Defence Bond.

Jefferson City issue. Uncirculated condition. Never issued.

$125.00

 

OSC 7. 1864 State of Alabama $5.00 Note.

CR 15, Choice uncirculated condition. Strong green color on “FIVE”. Overseer watching slaves picking cotton vignette.

$135.00 

 

OSC 8. 1861 Commercial Bank of Alabama $2.00 Note.

C-565, Good looking note though heavily circulated.

$95.00 

 

OSC 9. 1859 Bank of Lexington NC. $5.00 Note.

Exceptional note. Very Fine plus condition. Slaves and cotton industry scenes. Colorful note.

$95.00 

 

OSC 10. 1863 State of North Carolina $50.00 Note.

CR 118. Raleigh issue. Very crisp example, almost uncirculated. Features Governor Zebulon Vance. Sharp borders.

$250.00 

 

OSC 11. 1863 State of North Carolina $20.00 Note.

CR 119. Raleigh issue. Very crisp example, choice uncirculated condition. Features Governor Zebulon Vance. Sharp borders.

$165.00 

 

OSC 12. 1863 State of North Carolina $10.00 Note.

CR 122. Raleigh issue. Very crisp example, uncirculated condition. Features State Capitol Building. Sharp borders and deep red color.

$125.00 

 

OSC 13. 1863 State of North Carolina $5.00 Note.

CR 122. Raleigh issue. Very crisp example, Choice uncirculated condition. Features State Capitol Building. Sharp borders and deep red color.

$125.00 

 

OSC 14. 1860 Miners and Planters Bank (Murphy) $5.00 Note.

M-238. Sharp looking example of this Far Western North Carolina Bank Note. Vignette features two Southern Belles overlooking slaves in the cotton field. Also an Indian Brave. No pin holes. Not as heavily circulated as most.

$95.00 

 

OSC 15. 1860 Miners and Planters Bank (Murphy) $10.00 Note.

M-241. Sharp looking example of this Far Western North Carolina Bank Note. Vignettes of slaves and overseer as well as a mining scene. Bottom right is Henry Clay. At least Very Fine Condition. Not as heavily circulated as most.

$125.00 

 

OSC 16. 1860 Bank of Wadesborough North Carolina $4.00 Note.

Very rare note in Fine condition. Hunting scene in main vignette flanked on left by Woman with sickle and on right by Negress with child.

$395.00

 

OSC 17. 1860 Farmers Bank of North Carolina (Greensboro) $4.00 Note.

Another very rare North Carolina note. Fine plus condition. Main vignette features slaves and wagon loaded with cotton. Very odd denomination.

$495.00

 

 OSC 18. 1863 State of Georgia (Milledgeville) $2.00 Note.

One of the scarcer notes in this series. Graded Choice Uncirculated. Sharp looking note with strong contrast. 

$150.00

 

OSC 19. 1862 State of Georgia (Milledgeville) $5.00 Note.

CR 5. Graded Extra Fine Plus. Sharp looking note with full borders. 

$45.00  

 

OSC 20. 1863 State of Georgia (Milledgeville) $10.00 Note.

CR 8. Uncirculated condition with good contrast. Features a rattlesnake surrounding Georgia State Seal. 

$55.00

 

OSC 21. 1863 State of Georgia (Milledgeville) $50.00 Note.

CR 7. Uncirculated condition with full borders and good contrast. Features a rattlesnake surrounding “L”. 

$55.00

 

OSC 22. 1863 State of Georgia (Milledgeville) $100.00 Note.

CR 6. Choice uncirculated condition with sharp contrast and full borders. No pin holes. Features a rattlesnake surrounding Georgia State Seal. 

$55.00

 

OSC 23. 1859 Bank of Columbus (Georgia) $5.00 Note.

C 548. Desirable note featuring a steam engine and George Washington. Very Fine condition.

$150.00

 

OSC 24. 1861 North Western Bank of Georgia (Ringgold) $5.00 Note.

N-348 Scarce note in Fine plus condition.

$250.00

 

OSC 25. 1861 North Western Bank of Georgia (Ringgold) $10.00 Note.

N-354 Good looking note with color. Indian contemplating civilization on left. George Washington at top. Graded Fine.

$150.00 

 

 OSC 26. 1858 North Western Bank of Georgia (Ringgold) $20.00 Note.

N-358 Good looking note with color. Graded Fine.

$150.00 

 

OSC 27. 1860 Bank of Whitfield (Dalton) $1.00 Note. 

W 203.  Sharp looking note from a less common bank. Choice uncirculated condition.

$225.00 

 

OSC 28. 1861 Timber Cutter’s Bank (Savannah) $1.00 Note.

T-186. Green color. Main vignette has slaves tapping pine trees for pitch or turpentine. Also slaves in the cotton field on left. Very nice looking note. Fine + condition. 

$125.00

 

OSC 29. 1859 Timber Cutter’s Bank (Savannah) $2.00 Note.

T-191. Green color. Main vignette has slave mother and child in main vignette. Very good condition. No pin holes.

$125.00

 

OSC 30. 1861 Timber Cutter’s Bank (Savannah) $5.00 Note.

T-198. Green color. Rivermen on a Flat Bottom Barge with Goddess on left. Fine + grade. Full borders.

$125.00

 

OSC 31. 1859 Merchants and Planters Bank State of Georgia (Savannah) $1.00 Note.

M-736. Bright, burnt orange color. Super sharp contrast and detail. Ben Franklin lower left. Main vignette shows wagons loaded with cotton. Graded Choice Uncirculated.

$175.00

 

OSC 32. 1859 Merchants and Planters Bank State of Georgia (Savannah) $2.00 Note.

M-746. Bright, burnt orange color. Super sharp contrast and detail. George Washington lower left. Martha Washington lower right. Main vignette shows farmers gathering hay. Graded Almost Uncirculated.

$150.00

 

 OSC 32. 1860 Merchants and Planters Bank State of Georgia (Savannah) $5.00 Note.

M-763. Bright, burnt orange color. Super sharp contrast and detail. Beautiful note featuring a panoramic scene with River Boat and Train surrounding Georgia Great Seal flanked by Goddesses. Graded Very Fine+.

$125.00

 

 OSC 32. 1860 Merchants and Planters Bank State of Georgia (Savannah) $10.00 Note.

M-768. Bright, burnt orange color. Super sharp contrast and detail. Beautiful note featuring Ceres amidst the harvest. Graded Extra Fine.

$135.00

 

 OSC 33. 1860 Merchants and Planters Bank State of Georgia (Savannah) $20.00 Note.

M-774. Bright, burnt orange color. Super sharp contrast and detail. Beautiful note featuring Ceres and Liberty. Graded Extra Fine.

$135.00

OSC 34. 1862 Manufacturers Bank State of Georgia (Macon) $20.00 Note.

M-224. Choice Very Fine Condition. Full borders. Horse and cart pictured on the left and a Shield Maiden pictured on the bottom right. Howell Cobb featured in center vignette. Extremely rare note, especially in this grade!

$795.00

OSC 35. 1862 Manufacturers Bank State of Georgia (Macon) $5.00 Note.

M-213. Very Fine Condition. Full borders. Very sharp contrast. Vivid green color on the front. The central vignette features Justice riding on the back of an eagle. Both figures are draped in an American flag. Governor George M. Troup is pictured on the bottom left. The Georgia State seal is pictured on the bottom right. 

$65.00

OSC 36. 1862 Manufacturers Bank State of Georgia (Macon) $1.00 Note.

Very Fine Condition. Full borders. No pinholes. Excellent contrast and bright green color. Slaves pictured on the left and bottom right. Steamship featured in the center. 

$165.00

OSC 37. 1857 Bank of Morgan Georgia $50.00 Note.

Almost Uncirculated Condition. Incredible contrast and detail on this note. Vivid red “50” at the bottom. No pinholes. Full borders. Train pulling up to a station featured in the main vignette. A man with a horse and carriage is pictured on the bottom left. A maiden holding wheat and a scythe is pictured on the bottom right. 

$400.00

OSC 38. 1857 Bank of Morgan Georgia $2.00 Note.

Uncirculated Condition. Full borders. No pinholes. Very sharp contrast. Excellent detail. Bright red “TWO” pictured on the bottom center. Slaves carrying cotton pictured on the bottom left. A Native American chief is pictured on the bottom right. Woman flying of the sea carrying a cornucopia of fruit is featured in the center vignette.   

$350.00

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OSC 39. 1862 The State of Mississippi $50.00 Note.

CR-15. Extra Fine Plus Condition. Full borders. Nice Contrast and detail. Green “Cotton Pledged” across the center. Native American pictured on the left. Slaves picking cotton pictured on the bottom right. 

$150.00

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OSC 40. 1862 The State of Mississippi $20.00 Note.

CR-16. Extra Fine Condition. Full borders. Nice Contrast and detail. Green “Cotton Pledged” across the center. Two Native Americans with bows pictured on the left. A woman farming is pictured on the bottom right. A small train is pictured in the center. 

$150.00

 

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OSC 41. 1862 The State of Mississippi $5.00 Note.

CR-18. Almost Uncirculated Condition. Full borders. Fantastic contrast and detail. Native American woman pictured on the left. A train moving swiftly through the countryside is featured in the center. A ship at sea is pictured on the bottom left. 

$100.00

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OSC 42. 1862 The State of Mississippi $3.00 Note.

CR-26. Uncirculated Condition. Full borders. Small ship pictured on the left, a train is pictured in the center, and a young sailor is pictured on the bottom right. Blue “Cotton Pledged” in the center. Exceptional color on this note!

$110.00

OSC 43. 1862 The State of Mississippi $1.00 Note.

CR-25. Uncirculated Condition. Full borders. Nice contrast and detail. A young woman farming is pictured in the top right photo. A young man carrying hay is pictured in the bottom right. A train travelling through the countryside is pictured in the center. 

$125.00

OSC 44. 1854 Farmers’ and Merchants’ Bank Tennessee (Memphis) $5.00 Note.

F-105 Extra Fine Condition. No pinholes. Full borders. Superb contrast and vivid detail. Bright red “FIVE” at the bottom. The center vignette features a Native American woman sitting with a hunter in front of five gold dollar coins. A portrait of a woman is pictured on the right. 

$100.00

OSC 45. 1854 The Mechanics Bank Tennessee (Memphis) $5.00 Note.

Very Fine Plus Condition. Good contrast and detail. Full borders. Benjamin Franklin pictured on the left, George Washington featured in the center vignette, and Andrew Jackson pictured on the right. 

$115.00

OSC 46. Bank of America Tennessee (Clarksville) $5.00 Note.

G-140 Choice Uncirculated Condition. No pinholes. Excellent contrast and great detail. Bright red “FIVE” at the bottom. Two maidens holding a shield are featured in the main vignette. Andrew Jackson pictured on the left. 

$225.00

OSC 47. The Citizens Bank of Nashville & Memphis Tennessee $1.00 Note.

G-441 Fine Plus Condition. Good contrast and detail. Bright red “ONE” at the bottom. Nashville & Memphis Steamship featured in the center vignette. Andrew Jackson is pictured on the left. 

$215.00

 

SSBTN 5. Virginia Militia Coat Button.

VA 1, 22 mm. Fantastic untouched example with a knee deep patina. Super sharp detail. “PHILADa” bm. Very rare non excavated.

$3250.00

 

SSBTN 6. Virginia Militia Coat Button.

VA 16, 23 mm. Largest variant of this pattern. “W.G. MINTZER PHILLd” bm. Sharp details and full gold plate.

$295.00

 

SSBTN 7. Texas State Militia Staff Officer’s Coat button.

TX 20A, 23 mm. Rare button, Great patina. Obvious service wear.

$2750.00 HOLD

 

SSBTN 8. Mississippi Militia Cuff Button.

MP1, 15 mm. Mississippi General Service. Extremely rare button Only 3 known examples. Condition is excellent with no issues.

$3950.00 

 

SSBTN 9. Louisiana Militia Coat Button.

LA 8, 22 mm. One of many slight variations produced by Bellenot and Ulrich of New Orleans. Perfect non dug example with original gold plating.

$695.00

 

SSBTN 10. Maryland Military Institute Cuff Button.

SU 217, 15 mm. Perfect little gemstone with an untouched patina. Heavy gold plate. “CANFIELD BRO, & CO. BAL.”bm. 

$650.00

 

SSBTN 11. University of the South Coat Button.

SU 393B, 20 mm. Rarely encountered non excavated. One of only four Tennessee Civil War era buttons. Superb condition, heavily plated. “SCOVILL MFG. CO. WATERBURY” bm.

$995.00

 

SSBTN 12. Georgia Militia Coat Button.

GA 11, 21 mm. Classic Confederate local with a super deep patina and very light service wear. A fantastic example of this scarce button. Produced by Casimir Rouyer of New Orleans.

$1850.00

 

SSBTN 13. Georgia Militia Coat Button.

GA 4, 23 mm. Nice example with sharp details and very light service wear. “HORSTMANN & ALLIEN NY.” bm.

$195.00

 

 SSBTN 14. South Carolina Militia Coat Button.

SC 13, 23 mm. This untouched example is loaded with silver plate. “SCOVILLS & CO. WATERBURY” rmdc.

$395.00

 

SSBTN 15. King’s Mountain Military Academy Coat Button.

SU 189, 20 mm. This school, located in Yorkville, SC. was founded by Micah Jenkins at the outbreak of the war. Superb condition. Loaded with heavy gold plate.

$450.00 

 

SSBTN 16. Dug Alabama Volunteer Corps Coat Button with rare Mobile, Al. backmark.

AB3A, 22 mm. Nice looking dug example with a light push and quite a bit of gold plating. “JAS. CORNING (Die sinker error, should be “CONNING”) MOBILE” bm. Found near Fredericksburg, VA.

 $695.00

 

SSBTN 17. Dug Alabama Volunteer Corps Coat Button with rare Montgomery, AL. backmark.

AB3A, 22 mm. Great condition with no pushes and a lot of gold. Much nicer in person as my photo is out of focus. “E. HALFMANN MONTGOMERY ALA.” bm. Found near Stafford, VA.

 $950.00

 

SSBTN 18. Dug Mississippi Artillery Cuff Button.

MP 7AV, 15 mm. Extremely rare Confederate local button with upside down “A”. Traces of gold with ground action. Not a beauty queen but scarcely seen! Provenance unknown.

$250.00 

 

SSBTN 19. Dug Louisiana Militia Coat Button.

LA 8, 22 mm. Crude button with traces of silver plating. Provenance uncertain.

$250.00 HOLD 

 

CSBTN 13. Dug Confederate Army Staff Officer’s Coat Button.

CS 42, 23 mm. Scarce button with good detail and traces of gold plating. Looks much better in hand than in the pictures. Fredericksburg, VA.

$795.00

 

CSBTN 14. Excavated Confederate Army Staff Coat Button.

CS 24, 22 mm. Scarce staff with traces of gold. Provenance uncertain.

$695.00

 

CSBTN 15. Dug Confederate Army Staff Coat Button.

CS 41, 22 mm. Droop winged eagle and wreath. Excellent condition with copious gold plating. My photos don’t do this button justice. It is very sharp looking in hand. Intact iron shank. Provenance uncertain.

$695.00