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1864 Series $10 Confederate Currency Note
1864 Series $10 Confederate Currency Note
  

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 condition.   

1864 Series $20 CSA Currency Note F/VF
1864 Series $20 CSA Currency Note F/VF

A rare opportunity to own an artifact from the American Civil War! This genuine $20 note was issued in 1864 under the Confederate States of America during the Civil War and features a beautiful image of the state capitol building at Richmond, Virginia, and the profile of CSA Vice President Alexander Stephens. Most of these notes were destroyed after the war so today they are highly sought-after collectibles. 7½"x 3"; arrives in circulated condition.

$5 Confederate Note
$5 Confederate Note

There were ten different denominations and seven different issues of Confederate currency between 1861 and 1864. This genuine 1964 Series $5 note, a highly collectible Southern artifact, displays the rich detailing printed over a hundred and fifty years ago. Arrives in circulated condition and measures 4½"x 2¼".

$1 Confederate Note
$1 Confederate Note

There were ten different denominations and seven different issues of Confederate currency between 1861 and 1864 - and now you can possess these real pieces of Southern history! Each measures approximately 4½"x 2¼" and arrives in circulated condition.

Confederate States of America 1864 Series
Confederate States of America 1864 Series

Issued in 1864, this $30 Confederate bond coupon — which originally came as a sheet of 60, sold for $1,000, and was returned within six months for $1,800 - features the signature of the Register of the Treasury, Robert Tyler (son of president John Tyler). An incredible piece of American history, this certificate miraculously survived the end of the war, as most of its kind were destroyed after the fall of the South. Lightly worn, it still shows the classic imagery printed more than 150 years ago! 3"x 1½".

1864 Series $50 CSA Currency Note F/VF
1864 Series $50 CSA Currency Note F/VF

The last Confederate currency issued by the CSA was printed in Richmond in February of 1864, including this Jefferson Davis-centered $50 bill - the third highest denomination available. A scarce Civil War artifact, it features its original blue ink reverse and black ink obverse with the inscription: "Two years after the ratification of a treaty of peace between the Confederate States and the United States, the Confederate States of America will pay to the bearer on demand Fifty Dollars." Circulated condition.