Confederate Currency 2nd Confederate Set

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Confederate Currency 2nd 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:  $500 Confederate States of America, 1864 - This elaborate note was designed in part as a memorial to General Jackson, who died in 1863 after being accidentally shot at the Battle of Chancellorsville. $2 Confederate States of America, 1862 - Depicts a representation of the South striking down the Union. $20 North Carolina, 1862 - This note's central figure is commonly identified in currency references as Ceres, the Roman goddess of agriculture. $10 Alabama, 1864 - Depicts Governor Thomas Watts of Alabama. $ .75 South Carolina, 1863 - Fractional note with a Palmetto tree, the State symbol. $1 Tennessee, 1863 - This bill depicts a train and a blacksmith.

THIS IS REPLICA CURRENCY

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Confederate Currency 2nd Confederate Set


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