Few collectibles can match the historical interest and significance of Confederate Currency, and these 1862 $100 notes from the early Civil War are especially desirable! Acquired in a special purchase of an old-time group assembled many years ago, this is the first time we’ve had enough of these prized high-denomination issues to feature in our catalog. Depicting a steam train in the central vignette and a milkmaid to the left, the attractive uniface notes are hand dated and hand signed by Confederate Treasury officials.
Issued 155 years ago in 1862, this early Civil War currency recalls the costly battles of Shiloh and Antietam, and the naval battle between the Monitor and Merrimack “ironclads,” which ushered in the era of steel warships. Carefully preserved as a group for decades, these prized issues are seldom found in quantity. Don’t miss your opportunity to add this beautifully detailed high-denomination Confederate $100 bill to your collection!
- Year: 1862
- Denomination: $100
- Product Type: Single Products