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C1     1849 "Braided Hair" Large Cent

Description: Here is a nice large cent that shows some age. You can clearly make out the main design on the front and back.

Measures: 27mm

Recovered: Non Dug

Price: $30.00

Z559     1865 Two-Cent Piece

Description: Well worn 1865 two-cent piece minted in Philadelphia. This is one of the shortest lived issues of coins. It was designed by James B. Longacre and was in use from 1864-1873.

Recovered: Non Excavated

Price: $20.00

Z558     1848/49 Seated Liberty Half Dime

Description: Here is a nice little 1848 half dime that was minted at New Orleans. The majority of the detail is worn but the major outlines are there.

Recovered: Vicksburg, Mississippi

Price: $35.00

Z557     1827 Capped Bust Dime    

Description: Here is a personalized 1827 dime minted in Philadelphia. This die pattern was designed by John Reich. There are lines on the face which could be to cut it as it does have eight pieces. There is also a hole punched clean through.

Recovered: Vicksburg, Mississippi

Price: $38.00

Z556     1858 Seated Liberty Quarter

Description: Here is an interesting 1858 Quarter. This one is well worn and shows some age. The details are quite worn but the outer rim is sticking up. It appears that someone continuously tapped the outer edge like they do when they make coin rings. The rim is extremely smooth so I have a feeling it was done quite some time ago. This particular one was minted in Philadelphia and was designed by Christian Gobrecht.

Recovered: Vicksburg, Mississippi

Price: $28.00

Z501     1834 Capped Bust Ten Cent Piece

Description: Here is a well worn 1834 capped bust 10 cent piece. This one was carved with a knife and a hole was scraped out. This coin was the design of William Kneass and all of them were coined at the Philadelphia mint. 

Recovered: Vicksburg Collection

Price: $40.00

Z499     1854 Ten Cent Piece

Description: 1854 ten cent piece manufactured at the mint in Philadelphia, Pa. Someone carved an "X" on the face.

Recovered: Vicksburg Collection

Price: $20.00

Z393     Currency, CSA $50.00 Note, April 6th 1863, Series 1, Plate No. W (Discontinued)

Description: Nice colorful discontinued bill. This has the image of Jefferson Davis on the front.

Serial Number: 85501

Printer: Keatinge & Ball Columbia, S.C.

Reference: Criswell "Confederate Paper Money" Type 57 (414)

Price: $125.00

Z379     Currency, CSA $100 Note, February 17, 1864, Series 1, Plate No. C

Nice bill with Lucy Pickens in the center, two soldiers on the left, and George W. Randolph on the right. There are a few very very minute pinholes.

Serial Number: 9139

Printer: Keatinge & Ball Columbia S.C

Reference: Grover C. Criswell "Confederate Paper Money" Type 65 (493)

Price: $135.00

Z378     Currency, CSA $50 Note, Feb. 17, 1864, Series 2, Plate No. A

Harder to find bill with the flourish over the "Con" in confederate. The true color on the back is a little lighter than the scans show.

Serial Number: 3775

Printer: Keatinge & Ball

Reference: Grover C. Criswell "Confederate Paper Money" Type 66 (501)

Price: $110.00

 

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