Confederate Money

During the American Civil War, the 11 southern states that made up the Confederate States of America needed a monetary system of its own, which gave birth to Confederate Currency. These notes were issued in 4 Series (1861, 1862, 1863, & 1864) with numerous varieties in each series. After the defeat of the South in the Civil War, CSA’s became worthless as a form of US Currency.

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T NoDenomDateGradePrice
T24$101861CH VF$1250
T24 $10 1861 confederates

R.M.T. Hunter portrait on front of this bright example with pleasing orange double-X’s.  Margins all around and bold inks.

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T28 $10 1861 confederates

A tougher 1861 series with margins all around, penned signatures and red serial numbers.  Evenly circulated and problem free.

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T30$101861PMG 40$285
T30 $10 1861 confederates

Vignette of “Sweet Potato Dinner” at center of  this XF example with red serial number and bold signatures.  Three nice […]

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T34$51861PMG 25$345
T34 $5 1861 confederates

An evenly circulated Very Fine example with pink serial numbers and bold signatures.  Margins all around – PMG notes “previously […]

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T36 $5 1861 confederates

This early issue $5 is cut cancelled with red serial numbers and margins all around.  There are two pinholes in […]

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T71$11864CH CU $265
T71 $1 1864 confederates

A bright and pleasing Choice CU example.

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T71$11864PMG 58EPQ$235
T71 $1 1864 confederates

A lovely, fully issued,  $1 CSA with deep red inks.  Exceptional Paper Quality noted by PMG.

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T72$0.501864CH CU $85
T72 $0.50 1864 confederates