Own an exciting piece of history with this 20¢ stamp, issued by the Confederacy in 1863! As the Civil War raged in the South, a coin shortage made it hard to make change – and the smallest denomination southern note available was the 50¢. To solve the problem, the Confederate Post Office Department released stamps that also served as fractional currency.
Originally from Virginia and revered by the North and South alike, George Washington was depicted on this short-lived 20¢ stamp. Considered an engraving masterpiece, it’s offered to you here in Mint condition. Deemed obsolete after the war’s end, today this stamp is prized by many collectors – order now!
- Product Type: Single Products
- Year: 1863