1864 $500 Dollar Bill Richmond Confederate Currency Note Paper Money Pmg 25
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1864 $500 Dollar Bill Richmond Confederate Currency Note Paper Money Pmg 25:
Serial # 9188 OneBeautiful 1864$500Confederate States This civil war era note is graded Very Fine 25 by PMG.View the unaltered high resolution scans & see if you like it for that missing spot in your collection.Items alwaysship well protected, insured andthe next business day after receiving clear payment!REAL Authentic NoteSerial # 9188Visit My storeView My Other Items For SaleClick here if you need some CURRENCY SLEEVESorSUPPLIES
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