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   One of only two southern bills printed with a woman’s picture. This $100 Confederate note was issued in 1864. It shows the likeness of Lucy Pickens, wife of South Carolina governor, Francis William Pickens . She was famous
for her "classic features, titian hair, pansy eyes, and graceful figure."  The man in the corner is George W. Randolph, a member of the Confederate Cabinet.
 

Confederate $100 Bill
 

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