The Confederate States of America Will pay to the bearer on demand One Dollar.... / ...Five Dollars.... / Ten Dollars. CONFEDERATE CURRENCY -- VIRGINIA.

The Confederate States of America Will pay to the bearer on demand One Dollar.... / ...Five Dollars.... / Ten Dollars....

Richmond, VA: The Confederate States of America, 1864. Group of three (3) Confederate States of America bank notes, each 7" X 3". Overall good plus only. Moderately and evenly age toned and rubbed, with minor edgewear. Item #46501

Worn but well engraved group of three CSA notes from their Seventh Series, each on pale pink stock and each issued on 17 February 1864. Recto of one-dollar note is of course blank and rectos of five- and ten-dollar notes consist of highly ornamental blue ink. Oval portrait at top center on one-dollar note depicts Alabama Senator Clement C. Clay while five-dollar note features the Virginia State Capitol building at top center and oval portrait of CSA treasury secretary Christopher Memminger at lower right and ten-dollar note features horses pulling a cannon at top center and oval portrait of Virginia Senator Robert M.T. Hunter at lower right. Despite strong wear, a fairly attractive and quite displayable trio from the CSA's final currency series.

Price: $95.00

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