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The Civil War
Confederate Currency


SOME SCARCER CONFEDERATE NOTES

3602 - $50 SEPTEMBER 2ND, 1861, T-14, Moneta seated by chest, a very scarce early note, note is crisp uncirculated, trifle very small archival tissue on verso to back a ink signature [5/8"] tight right border, a bargain at.............................................................SOLD


3603 - $20, SEPTEMBER 2ND, 1861, T-21
, Bust vignette of Alexander Stephens, green overprint, printed by Keating & Ball. Very fine with nice bold color, un-cancelled..................................
SOLD


3604 - $10, SEPTEMBER 2ND, 1861, T-24
, R. M. T. Hunter to left, young child to right, bright orange overprint. Very fine with great color un-cancelled.....................
SOLD


3605 - $1.00, JUNE 2ND, 1862, T-45
, Blockade Runner/Miss Lucy Pickens, GREEN ONE overprint. Fine - very fine, very good color....................................................
SOLD

THESE PRICES ARE REALLY COMPETITIVE COMPARING OTHERS THAT WE HAVE SEEN AS THESE HAVE VERY NICE COLOR FOR THE GRADES


8120 - CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA, $500 1864 BANKNOTE WITH STONEWALL JACKSON, T-64, $500 note February 17th, 1864, vignette of Stonewall Jackson, Confederate Seal and flag, light pink tint, #17642, crisp paper. Very fine to extremely fine, leans to the higher grade. A great value at............................................SOLD




32312 - CONFEDERATE STATES
, 1861, $20, A. H. Stephens/Beehive, choice EF.....................................
SOLD


32313 - CONFEDERATE STATES
, 1864, T-66, Jefferson Davis, $50, light pint tint, AU crisp small corner crease..............
$95.00     Crisp Uncirculated.........$110.00



40930 - CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA
, $10.00, T-30. General Francis Marion's Sweet Potato Dinner, RMT Hunter to left, Minerva to right, 9/1861. Nice very fine..................................
$85.00


834 - CONFEDERATE STATES
, T - 30, 1861, $10.00. Francis Marion's Sweet Potato Dinner, nice vignette. Very fine.................................
$79.00


40931 - CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA
, $100, 1862, T-39. Train with straight steam, milkmaid to left, black Charleston interest paid stamp on verso. Very fine...............................
$69.00


835 - CONFEDERATE STATES
, T - 39, 1862, $100.00. Large train, maiden. Fine to very fine........................................
$75.00

40932 - CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA, $100, 1862, T-40. Train with diffused steam, very good small cc cancellation........................................$45.00      another about un-circulated..........................................$100.00 catalogues $125.00

40933 - CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA, $100, 1862, T-41. Negroes Hoeing Cotton in a field, orange overprint HUNDRED, Crisp Un-circulated Choice............................$135.00

40934 - CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA, $10, 1862, T-52. Capital at Columbia, SC. EF - AU, bright rose color, choice........................................$90.00


836 - CONFEDERATE STATES
, T - 52, 1862, $10.00. Capital at Columbia, SC. Bright rose note, abt XF........................................
$79.00


40935 - CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA
, $500, 1864, T-64. Stonewall Jackson to right, flags. Very fine, crisp paper............................................
$395.00

40936 - CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA, $100, 1864, T-65. Confederate soldier, Lucy Pickens, reddish tint, about un-circulated, blue verso. Catalogues $125, offered at...........................................................$100.00

40937 - CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA, $50, 1864, T-66. Jefferson Davis at center, pink tint, blue FIFTY reverse. Very good............................................................$40.00     VF-EF.........................................$85.00

120710A - CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA, 1864 $1.00, Vignette of Clement Clay of Alabama, T-71, Series C, crisp uncirculated. A trifle light stain at the top verso at the edge stops it from being a choice Unc. Note, catalogues $195 in CU. This nice example...........................................................$165.00

The Most Popular Confederate States Issue

40938 - CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA, $10.00, 1864. Artillery scene, pink and blue, the last series issued by the Confederacy. Average circulated condition...............$24.00/each
un-circulated
......................................................$40.00

40939 - LOUISIANA RECONSTRUCTION BABY BONDS, UNCUT SHEET OF FOUR BONDS WITH COUPONS, after the Civil War, the Federal Government imposed a large tax on State issued notes. To get around this, the State of Louisiana printed these interest bearing bonds intended to be used as currency on par with the new Federal currency. The State Treasurer E. A. Burke whose name is stamped on each bond fled the state after stealing up to $2 Million in state assets manipulating the payment on redeemed bonds and issuing additional bonds. He had fled to Honduras from London when the scheme was disclosed. These "baby bonds" were contrived by Burke and is his legacy in Louisiana Reconstruction history. Uncut sheet of four bonds stamped 1875, four attached coupons. Crisp un-circulated with several very small cancellation holes, 5.5" X 12". We see these on Ebay and on the web at $40 per sheet up to $75.00. We have several sheets available......................................$35.00/each


40940 - E. A. BURKE SIGNED CHECK
, signed check, State National Bank of New Orleans, 1879, revenue stamp to left. As State Treasurer of the State of Louisiana.........................
$20.00

40941 - UNITED STATES MILITARY CIVIL WAR CHECK, 1864, Cincinnati, Ohio. Designated depositary of the US, Third National Bank at Cincinnati, attractive check signed by Paymaster Coates Kinney for payments for military supplies. Vignette of Liberty with shield, copper shaded print, small hole cancel. EF..............................................$20.00


1224 - STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, 1862, $1.00. Train, maiden to left, Blue overprint, COTTON PLEDGED overprint in blue. Very fine................................................SOLD


1225 - CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA
, C# 28, $10, 1861. Two Women and Urn. Very fine......................................
$80.00


1226 - CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA
, C# 71, $1.00, 1864. Clement C. Clay vignette, pink, Series C, 2/17/1864. CU with trifle stain. A good value at only.............................
$135.00

71149 - CONFEDERATE MERCHANT SCRIPT FROM LOUISIANA, MARCUS WALKER, FRANKLIN, LOUISIANA, dated at Franklin, LA. In June 1862, printed by Manouvier of New Orleans, large vignette of a Mississippi River Steamboat, blue overprint, 25 cent issue. Merchants in New Orleans and elsewhere in Louisiana started issuing private script in late 1861 due to the extreme shortage of specie in the form of silver and copper coins caused by the blockade and hoarding of hard currency. This example is very fine, several mounting spots on verso, otherwise quite nice......................................................$155.00


 

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