10c Jefferson Davis single
CSA 10-cent Jefferson Davis. Issued imperforate. Line engraved on steel by John Archer, transferred to a copper plate, and printed by Archer & Daly, Richmond, Virginia. Earliest use recorded is April 23, 1863. The central design is a bust of Jefferson Davis facing to the right. The representation of value is "TEN CENTS," not the usual numeric "10 CENTS," thus collectors call it 'T-E-N'. "POD" [Post Office Department] stamped on back.