When our buyers came across this original group of Crisp Unused $5 Confederate Notes from 1864, they bought them on the spot. Incredibly, these pieces have been together since they were printed over 150 years ago! And because they were kept together for so long, now not only can you own a single note, but you can have a set of two featuring consecutive serial numbers.
From the seventh and last issue of Confederate currency, these notes were authorized in February 1864. And because of their age, it’s difficult to find them in nice quality today. Yet each $5 note offered here is preserved in Crisp Unused condition. They’re hand signed and numbered and show the Confederate capitol at Richmond, Virginia at the center. A portrait of Confederate Secretary of the Treasury C.G. Memminger is at the bottom right.
Featuring nice color and great eye appeal, these Confederate Notes are sure to go quickly. They’re an especially fitting way to mark the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War, so I urge you to order now, while supplies last!
- Product Type: Sets
- Year: 1864