1863 (Confederate Currency)

1863 (Confederate Currency)
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CSA 1863 $10 (T-59) State Capitol @ Columbia, SC XF
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Well preserved CSA note from 1863. Read More
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$5.00 (T-60) Capitol @ Richmond, VA VF (Cancelled)
This note depicts the State Capitol at Richmond, VA. It also depicts an oval portrait of C. G. Memminger, who served as Secretary of the Treasury for the Confederacy. It is T-60. Read More
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1863 CSA $50 (T-57) Jefferson Davis VF
Confederate States $50 note from the 1863 issue. Portrait of Jefferson Davis center. Green overprint on front with an ornate green back. This example has held up well, and is in solid Very Fine condition with no cancellations. Listed as T-5.... Read More
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1863 CSA $100 (T-56) Lucy Pickens XF+
This is a well preserved example of this Confederate issue! This $100 note was part of the 1863 issue and features a central portrait of Lucy Pickens, wife of the Governor of South Carolina. Two soldiers are at lower left, and a likeness of.... Read More
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1863 CSA $1 (T-62) Clement C. Clay VG
This Confederate States $1 note is from the series of 1863, and features a portrait of Clemnt Clay at top center. Clay was a U.S. Senator from Alabama from 1853 until the beginning of the Civil War. He then represented his home state in the.... Read More
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1863 CSA $.50 (T-63) Jefferson Davis Richmond, VA VF
Nice 1863 CSA 50 Cent Fractional Note. It has a bust of CSA President Jefferson Davis on the front. It is listed as T-63. Very Fine condition. Read More
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CSA 1863 $10 (T-59) Capitol @ Columbia, SC VF+
This 1863 CSA $10 note is listed as T-59. This note depicts the State Capitol at Columbia, South Carolina. The note also depicts R. M. T. Hunter, who served as Secretary of State for the Confederacy. This grades Very Fine plus. Read More
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