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- Housed in an archival quality currency sleeve.
- This is a 30 year bond, issued at Richmond, VA, was authorized by the Confederate Congress on February 17, 1864.
- These Bond certificates were issued based upon the amount of money that the depositers wished to spend. It pays 6% per annum and reaches full maturity in 1894.
- The bond was folded at one time, so there are some creases but the overall quality of the paper is very good. Grade is Extra Fine.
- Face: The central vignette on this $1000 bond is an equestrian statue of George Washington surrounded by Confederate flags.Smaller images of Liberty and Justice are at each side of the bond
- Back: Reception signature.
- The first bond coupon is missing, as is common with these
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These uncommon promissory notes from the collapse of the Confederacy are a great piece to add to any collection. Add this $1000 CSA Bond to your cart today!
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