1862 $100 Confederate Note


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High-denomination $100 Confederate Notes are in great demand by collectors and history buffs. Carefully preserved for 160 years, these notes with their detailed designs are from a recent opportunity purchase by our buyers. The large central vignette shows a steam train while to the left, a milkmaid is featured. Trains played a critical role for the Confederacy during the war, moving supplies and troops across the South.

Issued in 1862, this early Civil War currency recalls the costly battles of Shiloh and Antietam, plus the naval battle between the Monitor and Merrimack “ironclads,” which ushered in the era of steel warships. Each high-quality uniface note is hand dated and hand signed by Confederate Treasury officials. Add this important issue to your collection today.