The 1862 $100 Virginia treasury notes were released by the state of Virginia. The issue date was October 15, 1862.
The $100 Virginia treasury notes were made by Keatinge & Ball of Columbia, S.C. and had a denomination of $100. A paper material of P type was used to make the notes.
The $100 Virginia treasury notes were of orange and black colors. George Washington's name and Virginia Governor John Letcher's name were mentioned on the notes. The observe had the wording "Virginia Treasury Note: The Commonwealth of Virginia will pay to the bearer ..." One example of a 1862 $100 Virginia treasury note's serial number is 2408 C.Learn More
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