A nice note with great paper quality that is still quite crisp, even 150+ years later. These Confederate issues were once scorned by collectors, but are now in demand and rising in value.
- This is from the last group of notes to be issued by the Confederate States during the Civil War.
- Housed in an inert mylar currency sleeve and graded Almost Uncirculated-58 by PCGS.
- A Choice Almost Uncirculated example.
- Face: Popular note with a portrait of CSA President Jefferson Davis at center.
- Back: Ornately engraved with the denomination in blue.
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Catalogued as T-66.
This note has been well preserved, and not many CSA paper money issues survived like this due to the quality of paper being used. This Almost Uncirculated-58 note is a premium example of CSA paper money used during the Civil War.
The necessity of financing military operations during the Civil War forced the Confederate government to print paper money, just as the U.S. government did for the first time.
Superb 1864 CSA $50 note bearing a portrait of CSA President Jefferson Davis. At this point in the war (February 1864) things were looking bleak for the Confederacy. Prices were high, raw materials were scarce and food was in short supply. The CSA kept printing notes hoping for the battlefield victory that would turn the tide, which never came.