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Two framed Confederate States America currency bills, one dollar and one hundred dollars, Richmond issues, framed together, 12 1/8" H x 12 5/8" W frame. Together with group of silver coins: 4 US Silver Morgan One Dollar coins dated 1879, 1882, 1886, and 1902; 3 US Half Dollars dated 1899, 1906, and 1914; 3 US Barber Quarter Dollars dated 1899 and 1900 (2); 2 Standing Liberty Quarter Dollars with unreadable dates; 6 US Dimes: 1 Seated Liberty dated 1891 and 5 Barber dimes dated 1899, 1905, 1914 (2), and 1915; 1 India-British coin with image worn and unreadable date. (Morgan Silver Dollars weigh 3.42 oz troy and all other coins weigh 2.655 oz troy). Last item – 1 gold Indian Head 2 1/2 dollar coin dated 1914. 20 coins total.Provenance: Forest Heights, Knoxville, TN collection. CONDITION: The CSA currency is circulated and has some tears at the corners, a few edge folds, and toning. The Morgan Silver Dollar dated 1879 is enclosed in a plastic case and has some minor scratches on each side, but maintains very good details and coloring. The Morgan Silver Dollar dated 1882 is enclosed in a cardboard coin holder and has good details and some discoloration. The other two Morgan Silver Dollars are well-circulated, but good details although highly discolored. The Indian Head Gold Coin is in a small padded box and is almost uncirculated with minimum wear, very good details, very minor scratches and maintains good coloring. All other coins in the lot are well-circulated, worn and discolored.