1866 South Carolina Railroad Co. $500 Bearer Bond, RN-T4

$60.00

Incorporated 1844 & 1866 South Carolina. Operated in South Carolina from 1843 to 1894, when it was succeeded by the Southern Railway. It was formed in 1844 by the merger of the South Carolina Canal and Rail Road Company (SCC&RR) into The Louisville, Cincinnati and Charleston Railroad Company.


#1287, I/C, $500, 7%, 25 yr. bearer bond. Issued April 2. 1866. signed illegible. BLACK, embossed seal w/orange revenue over-stamp. Vignettes: left/right lower corners allegorical figures. Top Liberty and Washington by State seal. American Bank Note Co. VF cond. State: South Carolina City: Charleston

Additional information

Catalog Number

RN-T4

Condition

VF, vertical folds, 1" split in fold at top

printer

American Bank Note Co., NY

Location

Charleston, South Carolina

Issue Date

April 2, 1866

Cancel

circular punch

Catalog Value

75.00

Coxrail #

SOU-098-B-40

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