Shepherdstown Obsolete Currency Note
Item #: Z5894
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Z5894 Shepherdstown Obsolete Currency Note
Description: Scarce and local obsolete currency note from Shepherdstown, Virginia dated May 1, 1862. This one is signed by William Miller Sheetz who is locally known for the manufacturing of firearms. There are two more signatures from the recorder Jno Reed Jr., and J.H. Shepherd, the Mayor. This is the twenty-five (25) cent variety with the red "Twenty-Five Cts." on the face. The back of the note is blank. This obsolete note was printed by Murphy Print Baltimore Md. with a plate letter of "D" and a serial No. of 501. There is one very small notch out of the edge on the upper right with a few fold lines throughout the bill. The face on this one is very nice!
Measures: 2.7” x 6”
Reference: "Virginia Obsolete Paper Money" by Jones & Littlefield Pg. 29 No. TS05-23
Item # Z5894
Your Price $295.00 USD
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