1864 $5 Confederate Note


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Following Abraham Lincoln's assassination, an 1864 Confederate $5 Note (just like the ones offered here) was found in his pocket. Now, you can own one of these remarkable notes so rich in history and in demand by many collectors!

From the seventh and last issue of Confederate currency, these authentic bills were authorized in February 1864. When these $5 notes were issued over 150 years ago, each one was individually signed and numbered. The Confederate Capitol at Richmond, Virginia is at the note's center and a portrait of Confederate Secretary of the Treasury C.G. Memminger is at the bottom right. Offered here in your choice of two affordable grades, these Confederate Notes are sure to be popular – get yours today!