Beautiful Uncut Sheet of South Carolina Currency
There are sixteen uncut bills on the sheet, which represents all denominations of the small currency of South Carolina, during the Civil War. The sheet is dated Feb. 1, 1863 and the bills are signed by C.P. Johnson. They are payable in current funds, which means they are payable with Confederate funds, State funds and Bank Notes. There are two 5 cent bills, three 10 cent bills, four 15 cent bills, three 25 cent bills, three 50 cent bills and one of the scarce 75 cent bills. The sheet is shrink wrapped to protect the bills. The sheet is 15 x 10 inches and perfect for framing in a bank, den or office! Buyer pays $10.00 shipping. Please see Contact/Terms.