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Continued Available Currency From Issue Two: 10/10/1863—02/23/1867

Second Issue Twenty Five Cent Note

Washington on Obverse

 

 

FR 1283 w/o surcharges on back.

 

A nice note. There are a couple of light corner creases showing on the reverse, otherwise clean, no pin holes, or stains. Somebody placed a container on it at some point, and left an impression as seen. Good deal on a nice 25-cent note.

 

 


VF


$39.00

                       2nd Issue Ten Cent  

                                                            

 


Second Issue Twenty Five Cent Note

Washington on Obverse

18-63 On Purple Reverse ("18" Badly Formed)

 

 

Bright, Sharp, Obverse With Warm Gold Oval, Short Top Margin. Sharp Corners; Paper A Little Mottled On Back, But Richly Colored And Complete Graphic.


VF/EF


FR 1284

 

 

$59.00



2nd Issue Ten Cent  

                                      

 

 

 


Second Issue Twenty-Five Cent Note

 

Washington On Obverse

 

Purple Reverse Without Surcharges.

 

PMG-Graded "Choice", 63 EPQ.

The EPQ (Exceptional Paper Quality), and "Choice" designations a reasonably perfect looking note. Close to Gem margins, and near perfect graphics, make as pleasing an example of an uncirculated note.

 

FR 1283 w/o surcharges.

 

 

 

Off hand, we can think of few if any other obverse fractional notes featuring a "vignette". This short study suggests the connection between the agrarian, and the industrial aspects of economy, Jefferson championing the former and Hamilton the latter. This issue was the first government effort to engrave and print its own currency, the first issue being contracted out to two printing companies.

 

 

 

$298.00


       

 

 

 

Second Issue Twenty Five Cent Note

 

Washington on Obverse

 

 

FR 1283 w/o surcharges

 

Well Margined, With Paper Somewhat Darker On Reverse. No Pin Holes. Imperceptible Separation At Lower Left Reverse Margin, Perhaps 1/16th-inch Long. Strong Colors, Nice Corners, And An Inverted Plate Number--Have Seen Others In Same Location On Issue "Two" Notes

 

EF

 

FR 1283


$79.00


2nd Issue Ten Cent    

                                             




 

 

 

 

Second Issue Twenty-Five Cent Note

 

Washington On Obverse

 

FR 1283 w/o surcharges on back.


PCGS Graded About New 50.

 

 

Even margins, bright gold oval, and bright crisp paper distinguish this about new piece. Three small tan stains in the reverse margins keep the grade down. Very well framed, and lots of eye appeal on this one

 

The obverse on second issue notes are the only in fractionldom featuring a "vignette". This short study suggests the connection between the agrarian, and the industrial aspects of economy, Jefferson championing the former and Hamilton the latter. This issue was the first government effort to engrave and print its own currency, the first issue being contracted out to two printing companies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

$189.00


        

 

       

 

 

 

 

Second Issue Twenty Five Cent Note

Washington on Obverse

 

18-63-S On Purple Reverse ("S" near transparent)

 

 

Birght, Sharp, Obverse With Warm Gold Oval, Short Top Margin. Sharp Corners; Paper A Little Mottled On Back, But Richly Colored And Complete Graphic. Hairline Crease Shows Faintly In Bronzing


VF+

 

 

FR 1286

 

 

$69.00


           2nd Issue Ten Cent   

 

                                                    

 

 

 

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