Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida, United States, North and Central America
March 1, 1863
State of Florida three dollar bill featuring a central image of a large ship with extended sails at sea. Underneath the ship, printed in large block letters is the inscription, [THE / STATE OF FLORIDA / Will pay THREE DOLLARS to bearer / on demand. TALLAHASSSEE. March 1st 1863]. The bottom is signed on the left by [C. H. Austin / Treasurer] and on the right by, [John Milton / Governor]. In the center is a dark box with white lettering that reads, [THE / PUBLICLANDS / OF THE / STATE PLEDGED]. Underneath Milton's signature is the engraver's name, [Keatinge & Ball, Columbia S.C]. At the top, on either side of the ship is printed the word, [No.] with the handwritten response below, [21-1]. Additionally two signatures surround the boat in black ink, [J. H. Benezes] and [W. M. McIntosh]. On the left side of the image are three circles that overlap each other. The top circle has an image of a two seated women. Surrounding the image is the inscription, [RECEIVABLE BY THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN PAYMENT OF ALL DUES AND DEMANDS]. The second circle has the large print word, [THREE]. The bottom circle has a decorative scroll work bottom with a stag stepping out of the dark background of the circle. On the right is a heavily decorated circle with the number,  in the center. In the right corner of the note is an image of a woman standing, looking to her left, in front of the sea. She is carrying a scepter and an anchor rests to her right. The back of the note is blank.