Confederate Currency 1st Confederate Set

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Confederate Currency 1st Confederate Set

After the Civil War broke out in 1861, the newly established Confederate government began to issue it's own money as legal tender to the citizens of the South.  Paper money was issued by the South's national, state, and local authorities.

Included in this Set: $100 Confederate States of America, 1862 - Features a beautiful vignette of a steam train in the center.  $50 Confederate States of America, 1864 - This note features Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederacy. $20 Louisiana, 1862 - This New Orleans note is from the Presidents Directors Co, of the Bank of Louisiana, and features a warrior on horseback. $5.00 Virginia, 1800's - This uncirculated, undated 1800's note was issued by the Trans-Alleghany Bank of Virginia in Jeffersonville. $1.00 Alabama, 1863 - This bill depicts the Capitol in Montgomery and a portrait of Governor John Shorter, issued by the State of Alabama. $ .50 Georgia, 1863 - Issued by the State of Georgia at Milledgeville and depicts 3 workmen talking.

THIS IS REPLICA CURRENCY


Confederate Currency 1st Confederate Set