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1864 $100 Confederate States of America Notes (Very Fine)

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When the states of the American South seceded from the Union and formed the Confederate States of America, the economy of the short-lived nation required banknotes for citizens to use in commercial transactions. Confederate dollar notes remain a unique example of American money to this day and have a particular appeal to collectors of paper money. Today, 1864 $100 Confederate States of America Notes are available to you online at Silver.com in Very Fine condition.

Note Highlights:

  • Available to ship to you inside plastic currency sleeves!
  • Released in 1864 in the final wave of Confederate dollar production!
  • Second-largest note value from the 7th series!
  • The face value of $100 was assigned by the Confederacy.
  • On the obverse are portraits of Lucy Pickens and George W. Randolph, as well as an artistic vignette of Confederate soldiers.
  • The reverse features the assigned denomination.
  • Please note that these Very Fine notes can have slight variations in the visual condition within the accepted range for the grade.

The Confederacy first issued denominations in the Confederate dollar in 1861. Lacking a central mint like the US Mint of the Union, most of the paper notes issued in the Confederate dollar were hastily produced and released into circulation. Though the designs on the notes were often well thought out and distinctive, the notes were typically cut by hand, signed by hand, and given a serial number that was written in by hand as well. After the conclusion of the war, Confederate dollars were rendered useless when the Union refused to recognized Confederate debts accumulated during the war. The notes were essentially worth little more than the paper the denominations were printed on.

All of these 1864 $100 Confederate States of America Notes are available with plastic currency sleeves in Very Fine condition. The accepted visual range for a note in Very Fine condition starts with moderate wear and tear, mild soiling, and numerous folds at the low end. On the high end, notes have only light wear and tear, light soiling, and no more than 10 folds. All of the notes are free of serious detractions.

On the obverse side of the 1864 $100 CSA Note is an effigy of Lucy Pickens at the center, flanked by George W. Randolph on the right and a depiction of Confederate soldiers on the left. Pickens as a well-known socialite in the South who become known as the “Queen of the Confederacy,” while Randolph was a prominent lawyer, planter, politician, and military figure in the Confederacy. During the war, he served early on with the 2nd Regiment of Virginia Artillery and later served as Secretary of War for the Confederacy.

The reverse face of 1864 $100 Confederate States of America Notes comes with a depiction of the denomination. The assigned value is noted in both letters and numbers on this face of the note.

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Additional information

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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