1864 $1 Confederate Note


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Add a piece of history to your collection, with the $1 note from the final issue of Confederate paper money! These $1 notes are much scarcer than the higher denomination Confederate issues and were acquired over time.

Dated February 17, 1864, each hand-signed and numbered note is from the 7th and final series of Confederate currency. This uniface note depicts Clement C. Clay – a Confederate senator for Alabama who was later imprisoned as a suspect in the Lincoln assassination plot. It circulated while Grant and Lee clashed at Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor and Petersburg, and while Sherman advanced through Georgia on his infamous March to the Sea. Each scarce $1 note is a genuine piece of Civil War history that's sure to be treasured, but our supply is limited – so don't wait to get yours!