very good to fine, also Alabama tie notes dated at Colombus (2), D.A. McRaye, 10-Cents, denomination unlisted in Rosene, Dec. 10, 1861 engraved date, payable "at my store in Union Springs Alabama", and Belsert Co., 25-Cents, train at top, April 2, 1862 engraved date, payable "at Colombus or Woodville, Ala.", very good and fine (9)(lot) " /> Columbus, Tom Brassill, 5-Cents, 2-Dollars, the last with ship at center, Sep. 1, 1862, the first Feb. 1, 1832, <I>both good, </I>together with C.S. Carrison (?) & Co., 1-Dollar, May 28, 1862, T.M. Morgan, 25-Cents, eagle at top, an unissued 12 1/2-Cent scrip note, "Warm Springs Pledged", two men in wheat field at top, appears to be from the late 1830's, NEBN imprint, and a 50-cent note issued by J.L. & W.M. Crawford at an unspecified location in Harris County, small engine at top, payable "at our shoe shop", Oct. 30, 1841 written date, <I>very good to fine</I>, also Alabama tie notes dated at Colombus (2), D.A. McRaye, 10-Cents, denomination unlisted in Rosene, Dec. 10, 1861 engraved date, payable "at my store in Union Springs Alabama", and Belsert Co., 25-Cents, train at top, April 2, 1862 engraved date, payable "at Colombus or Woodville, Ala.", <I>very good and fine</I> (9)(lot) | Christie's