?Final Price Realized includes Buyer’s Premium added to Hammer Price
Estimate: $ 600 - $ 900
(CIVIL WAR--LOUISIANA.) Group of 8 obsolete Louisiana Confederate banknotes. Various sizes and conditions, all less than 3 x 7 inches, with generally moderate wear, all signed and circulated. Vp, 1862 and undated
"A.P. Blanchard will pay the bearer one dollar in Confederate Notes." Marksville, Avoyelles, LA, circa 1861-65 (2 examples) "Paul Michel of the Marksville Verandah will pay fifty cents." Marksville, LA, 15 August 1862 Corporation of Breaux-Bridge, LA, 50 cents. March 1862 "Twelve months after the ratification of peace, the Treasurer of the Parish of St. Mary will pay fifty cents." Franklin, LA, 14 September 1862 "The Police Jury of the Parish of Point Coupée will pay fifty cents." Point Coupee, LA, 24 March 1862 "The Town of Opelousas will pay . . . One Dollar." Opelousas, LA, 21 April 1862 "The Parish of Concordia will pay to bearer One Dollar." Vidalia, LA, 15 April 1862.
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