Lot 441
Three Early North Carolina Bank Notes, One Revolutionary and Two Confederate
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
As follows: $10 North Carolina Currency entitling the bearer to "TEN Spanish milled DOLLARS, or the Value thereof in Gold or Silver agreeable to an Act of Assembly, passed at Hillsborough, the eight Day of August, 1778," carries two signatures; plus, Greensboro Mutual Insurance Company, 50-cents, June 1, 1862, uniface note; State of North Carolina, $1, Raleigh, January 1, 1863, uniface note, showing allegorical renderings of Commerce and Agriculture.

Private North Carolina Civil War Collection

All three notes fair condition with browning and edge losses.