1864 $500 Confederate States of America Notes (Uncirc.) - Silver.com™
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1864 $500 Confederate States of America Notes (Uncirculated)

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The paper notes of the Confederacy are some of the most collectible pieces of American paper money in the 21st century. These notes are nearly 160 years old and come with distinctive designs representing a bygone era when the United States had been split in two. Uncirculated examples of these specimens are particularly notable. Today, 1864 $500 Confederate States Notes are available to you online at Silver.com.

Note Highlights:

  • Available to ship to you in an individual currency sleeve!
  • Released with the Seventh Series of CSA currency!
  • Largest denomination issued by the Confederacy in the 7th Series!
  • Uncirculated notes!
  • The face value of $500 was issued by the CSA.
  • Obverse imagery includes the Confederate seal, second national flag, and a portrait of Stonewall Jackson.
  • Reverse field is blank.
  • Please bear in mind that you could get notes with the same or varying degrees of uncirculated issues when buying multiples.

The Confederate States of America began issuing coins and paper notes in the Confederate States dollar denomination shortly after secession from the United States. While some of the early notes were interest-bearing notes, the vast majority were issued with the promise of payment upon the conclusion of the war and a peace treaty between the sides. 

All of the 1864 $500 Confederate States Notes available here come with plastic currency sleeves and arrive in uncirculated condition. Generally speaking, uncirculated notes have no fold lines and margins that may stray into the central design element. While there is no sign of use in circulation, it is possible for the notes to show minor smudges as a result of handling during the cutting and counting processes before release. Please bear in mind that we cannot guarantee the exact condition of any individual note. If you buy more than one, your notes could vary in exact condition.

Obverse design elements on the 1864 $500 Confederate States Note include two major design elements on either end of the note’s field. To the left side of the note, the Confederate seal is paired with the second national flag of the Confederacy. To the right side of the note, there is an image of Stonewall Jackson.

Reverse features on the 1864 $500 Confederate States Note are nonexistent. The Confederacy did not always issue a design element on the reverse of its notes. The $500 denomination was one of the notes that came with no design element. You may, however, notice some ink bleed-through from the reverse.

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Weight 1.00000 oz

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Mint Mark:  Not Shown

Condition:  Uncirculated

Edge Design:  Smooth

Packaging Type: Archival Quality Currency Sleeve

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