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"""Capture a piece of early American history. This currency note is from the Lake Charles Hoard, one of the largest currency hoards to surface in years. Don't miss your chance to one a genuine piece of circulated currency from the Old South. If you wait too long, you'll just be whistling """"Dixie What You Get $10 Confederate currency note Good to Know"""
Virginia Confederate Money CR04 Ten Dollar Treasury Note Fine Virginia Confederate Money CR04 Ten Dollar Treasury Note Fine VA obsolete civil war treasury Serial 1887 A ten dollar treasury note from the CSA state of Virginia which was issued on October 15, 1861 from Richmond. This CSA currency is from the scarcer first issue of notes by VA during the onset of the Civil War. The left vignette is of Liberty who is holding a pole with a liberty cap. This Richmond currency will grade fine with some aging of the
This Confederate States of America Loan was issued in 1862 during the American Civil War and is set into a nice black wooden frame with double glass.This original loan bond was issued as an Act of Congress on August 19th of 1862 and is hand-signed September 13th, 1862.The bond was printed on ivory colored paper with black ink and reads:On the first day of July 1881, The Confederate States of America will pay to the bearer of this Bond at the Seat of the Government, or such place of Deposit as may be
Georgia Confederate Money CR08 10.00 Treasury Note PCGS 62 Georgia Confederate Money CR08 10.00 Treasury Note PCGS 62 GA state ten dollars 25019 GA Obsolete Civil War Currency New 62 Type of Confederate Money - Ten dollar treasury note from the state of Georgia issued during the civil war era. Nickname or Vignettes - At the left is Minerva and on the right is Ceres. In the center is the Georgia state coat of arms which is flanked by 2 Roman busts. Date & Place of Issue - February 1, 1863 from Milledgeville,
→ $10 1864 Confederate Note Richmond VA XF-AU $10 1864 Confederate Note Richmond VA XF -AU reviews ) Rating : 32 In Stock 7990 Description : $10 1864 (7th issue) Confederate note from Richmond, Virginia, Very Fine to Extra Fine condition. Details:
CWM-285. U.S. Civil War 1864 50 dollar confederate note 85.
This circulated random 1863/1864 $2 Confederate States Note was pressed in Richmond, Virginia. The note reads: the confederate states of America will pay to the bearer on demand Two Dollars.
Georgia Confederate Money CR26 Five Dollars Treasury Note Fine Georgia Confederate Money CR26 Five Dollars Treasury Note Fine GA 5 dollars Various Serial Numbers Fine Confederacy, Sherman's March, Obsolete Currency A nice mid grade Georgia treasury note issued on April 06, 1864 from Milledgeville GA which will grade fine. The vignette features Moneta seated by a chest looking at the Georgia coat of arms which is in the center. These 1864 Georgia issues had one GA treasury seal, it is green and on the front
Confederate Twenty Dollar Note Original Confederate Currency " Twenty Dollar Note" Product Code: curr003 Stock 2 Original Confederate Currency " Twenty Dollar Note" The center shows the state capitol at Nashville Tennessee.
High Grade Early War Issue Issued under the Act of May 16, 1861, this note features a three-masted sailing ship as its central vignette. The sails are fully set to catch the wind, which much be quite substantial if the waves surrounding the ship are any indication. Above and the below vignette is the financial obligation stating "Two years after date THE CONFEDERATE States of America Will pay to Bearer TWENTY DOLLARS" followed by "Richmond" and the printed date "July 25th 1861" . Along the left margin is
CWM-287. U.S. Civil War 1864 Confederate 50 dollar note 95.
This note was issued from the Confederate States of America in 1862 during the American Civil War. The note was issued in December of 1862 and is in the amount of one hundred dollars.The note is pressed from the Confederate States capitol Richmond Virginia and features slaves weeding cotton in the center scene with the word Hundred in orange/red overprint .There were only 678,600 total notes issued in the one hundred dollar denomination.
Florida Confederate Money Twenty Five Cent Treasury Note Choice AU Florida Confederate Money Twenty Five Cent Treasury Note Choice AU State of FL 25 Cent CSA Fractional Currency Tallahassee , Florida 25 cent CSA fractional note dated February 2, 1863 and grading choice almost uncirculated. This obsolete Southern currency has two signatures. Printed with black and red ink and a blue overprint of the antique currency's denomination. This bill states that "Receivable by the State of Florida in payment of all
The Last Confederate $500 Note The Last Confederate $500 Note The highest -denomination note from the last issue of Confederate currency. A rarely seen Civil War artifact first issued in 1864, nearly 150 years ago, this note features epic battlefield leader General "Stonewall" Jackson. Every note was hand-signed by Confederate officials, making each one-of-a-kind. Showcased in an elegant Display Chest complete with glass lid that creates a stunning presentation. Presented in gently circulated condition so
:: $50.00 Confederate Note Product 2/2 $50.00 Confederate Note $94.95 1864 1st st Series $50 President Jefferson Davis in Center T-66 Printed by Keatinge & Ball in Columbia, SC... VERY FINE / EXTREMELY FINE condition. Dated February 17th 1864. (YA) 1st series #47432. If you want eye appeal, this note has it. Rich color on the front, that really catches the eye. Nice blue reverse. Crisp paper that is almost fully framed, but trimmed tight bottom right corner. Elaborately written signatures. No stains, tears,
1864 Richmond, Confederate States, 50 Dollars, Note, Paper Money
Hand Painted GAR Sign ~ Phila Pa $525.00 1901 BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY~GEN. R.E. LEE~CONFEDERATE 50 CENT NOTE Item #: CWB4481 Click on an image to enlarge 4 5/8" height genuine confederate note at the top; NICE UNUSUAL ITEM! Shipping Weight: 1 lb $300.00 USD
→ $5 1864 Confederate note Richmond VA F-VF $5 1864 Confederate note Richmond VA F -VF reviews ) Rating : 14 In Stock 7989 Description : $5 1864 (7th issue) Confederate note from Richmond, Virginia, Very Good to Very Fine condition. Details:
1864 20 DOLLAR CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA NOTE Detailed Description Specifications This is a 1864 20 DOLLAR CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA NOTE... GoodLuck in the auction. Thanks for looking... We offer a 14 day money back return policy on all sales. Please see our other auctions for more collector coins. Questions please email SellingCoinEstates . . . Please make SellingCoinEstates one of your favorite... 1864 20 DOLLAR CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA NOTE
1864 Series $10 Confederate Currency Note Item # M651574 Detailed Description There were ten different denominations and seven different issues of Confederate currency between 1861 and 1864. This $10 note from the Confederate States of America's 7th and final issue in 1864 measures 7"x 3" and features an image of Confederate cabinet member Robert M. T. Hunter and a detailed vignette of horse-drawn artillery. Each note is hand signed and numbered by Confederate soldiers and families and arrives in circulated
TT 1864 $2 CONFEDERATE STATE T-70 RICHMOND PCGS 65 PPQ 65 PPQ February 17th, 1864 $2 Confederate States of America note, T-70 with serial# 91805. Plate position F. Richmond, VA. A beautiful note with rich color and details! Full Gem!!! After the Civil War broke out in 1861, the newly established Confederate government began to issue it's own money as legal tender to the citizens of the South. The gamble was that if the South won the war, the money would be redeemable. The 1st note from the Government of the
Genuine Confederate "Lucy Pickins" $100 Bills! These genuine Confederate 100 Bank Notes were issued in 1864 and feature the portrait of Lucy Pickens, the wife of the South Carolina governor, along with portraits of George W. Randolph and two soldiers. But the Dollar Signs were never used on Confederate Currency, although this note does feature a large "C". This possibly led to our $100 bills being referred to as "C Notes"! In Fine or Better Condition RHB -CC100 Confederate Currency $100 Note
Confederate Ten Dollar Note Original Confederate Currency " Ten Dollar Note" Product Code: curr002 Stock 2 Original Confederate Currency " Ten Dollar Note" A scene of horses pulling cannons in the center, Confederate Cabinet member R.M.T. Hunter at lower right.