1863 & 1864 $1 Confederate Note Set - Littleton Coin Company
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1863 & 1864 $1 Confederate Note Set

1863 & 1864 $1 Confederate Note Set

Now add two different $1 Confederate notes to your collection and recall the armies of the Blue & the Gray as you mark the 150th anniversary of the Civil War. The $1 notes offered here are much scarcer than the higher denomination Confederate issues, and were acquired over time. This handsome circulated 2-note set holds:

  • The pink-hued $1 note dated April 6, 1863, was printed on pink paper the same year as Stonewall Jackson’s death after Chancellorsville, and the Battle of Gettysburg, which inspired Lincoln’s famed address.
  • The overprinted $1 note dated February 17,1864, is from the seventh and last issue of Confederate currency. Printed on quality white bank note paper, the face has an orange-reddish overlay to deter counterfeiting. It circulated while Grant and Lee clashed at Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor, and Petersburg. And Sherman advanced through Georgia on his infamous March to the Sea.

Both notes depict the Confederate senator Clement C. Clay of Alabama, and are uniface. Hand signed and numbered, these scarce notes are genuine pieces of Civil War history sure to be treasured – don’t wait to get yours – supplies are limited!
ST4695 Average Circulated or Better $330.00 Add to Cart
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