Own a unique example of Antebellum currency! This Circulated $100 railroad note from 1839 captures the period when cotton was king! The train’s first two cars carry bales of cotton; the second two, passengers. A cotton plant anchors the left corner while on the right, a tree suggests native cypress. To fund track expansion, the Mississippi Railroad and Banking Co. issued notes from 1836 to 1841 before it folded. This nearly 180-year-old note will be treasured by paper money collectors and railroad buffs on your list.
- Year: 1839
- Product Type: Single Products
- Denomination: $100