1862-1863 $100 Confederate Currency Notes (Very Fine) - Silver.com™
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1862-1863 $100 Confederate Currency Notes (Very Fine)

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Just months before the outbreak of war between the United States and the Confederate States of America, the Confederacy began to issue coins and banknotes for the Southern economy and to finance the war with the Union. Right now, 1862-1863 $100 Confederate Currency Notes are available to you online at Silver.com in Very Fine condition.

Note Highlights:

  • Ships to you inside of individual currency sleeves!
  • Design first released in 1862 as part of the Fourth Series of Confederate banknotes!
  • Bears a value of $100 issued by the Confederacy.
  • The obverse of the note features a milkmaid with a steam locomotive.
  • On the reverse is a blank field.
  • Please keep in mind you could receive notes with matching or varied dates written on the obverse if you buy more than one.

Each 1862-1863 $100 Confederate Currency Note available here at Silver.com comes in Very Fine condition. The notes will ship to you in individual currency sleeves to protect the condition. A note that is considered Very Fine comes with typical signs of circulation use, including rounded corners, modest wear patterns, and numerous fold lines. You may also notice mild soiling on the notes.

Please keep in mind that these notes could have various different dates of issue written on the obverse. If you buy more than one, your notes could have matching or varied dates of issue.

The Confederate States of America issued banknotes and coins through no fewer than 10 separate banks and private companies. Confederate States dollars were not backed by hard assets and the financial power behind the notes was often put forward by an individual person or bank. After the war, when the Union refused to honor Confederate dollars and debts, Confederate banknotes were rendered useless and countless individuals and banks were ruined.

The obverse of the 1862-1863 $100 Confederate Currency Notes comes with a depiction of a milkmaid in the lower left. It was common for Confederate notes to display images of slaves. The other design element on this side includes a steam locomotive moving along the tracks. On the reverse side of these $100 Confederate Currency Notes is a blank design element.

In an effort to determine the exact origin and date of the note you receive, simply turn to the obverse of the note. The date the notes were produced and issued is written by hand on Confederate banknotes. You will find the name of the city where the notes were produced printed on the obverse. For example, in this listing a note that reads “Richmond” on the obverse refers to Hoyer & Ludwig as the producer.

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Weight 1.00000 oz

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Mint Mark:  Not Shown

Condition:  Very Fine

Face Value:  $100 USD

Country:  United States

Edge Design:  Smooth

Packaging Type:  Archival Quality Currency Sleeve

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