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1862 $2 Confederate Note

1862 $2 Confederate Note

Genuine Confederate Currency is in great demand among collectors and history buffs during this 150th anniversary of the Civil War. Highlight your collection today with a seldom-seen $2 Confederate Note issued in 1862, the year the Union Army and the South traded victories at the battles of Antietam and Fredericksburg.

Printed on pink paper, the hand-signed uniface $2 notes are the only Confederate Currency to bear a portrait of Judah P. Benjamin – who represented Louisiana in the U.S. Senate before serving the Confederacy as Attorney General, then Secretary of War, and lastly as Secretary of State. He then became the only high-ranking Confederate official to flee the country to avoid post-war charges of treason.

Like U.S. $2 bills, historic Confederate $2 Notes are especially desirable for their unusual denomination. Add this 1862 issue to your collection while supplies last!
T54.80 Circulated $186.00 Add to Cart
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