1861 $1000 Interest Bearing Note Value – How much is 1861 $1000 Bill Worth?

1861 $1000 Interest Bearing Note Value – How much is 1861 $1000 Bill Worth?

1861 One Thousand Dollar Interest Bearing Notes 2yr1861 One Thousand Dollar Interest Bearing Notes 3yr
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Item Info
Series1861
TypeInterest Bearing Note
Seal VarietiesOne: None
Signature Varieties1. Colby - Spinner
2. Chittenden - Spinner
Varieties4 Varieties. Will try to identify the note from your image.
1. Act of March 2, 1861 - 6% for 2 years
2. Act of July 17, 1861 - 7 3/10 % for 3 years - Issued August 19, 1861
3. Act of July 17, 1861 - 7 3/10 % for 3 years - Issued October 1, 1861 - Red Serial Numbers
4. Act of July 17, 1861 - 7 3/10 % for 3 years - Issued October 1, 1861 - Blue Serial Numbers
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6. 1862 $1000 Legal Tender
7. 1863 $1000 Legal Tender
Other Info1. Percent interest inscribed on front. May have coupons attached.
Example RarityAct of March 2, 1861
6% for 2 years, signatures Colby - Spinner with None seal.
Comment: One of a few known or unique. Profound rarity. Can appraise on request. 5
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