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Original Confederate Twenty Dollar Bill, dated 1864

$90.00 $70.00
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Product Description

This is another nice item being offered, it is an original $20.00 Confederate note. It has a picture of the Tennessee State Capitol in the center with a pink overprint. In the lower right corner is a picture of Alexander H. Stephens. This note was printed on plain paper with pink and black ink on the front and blue ink on the back.

Inscriptions: “Six months after the ratification of a treaty of peace between/ The Confederate States and the United States of America/ will pay Twenty Dollars to the bearer on demand/ Richmond, February 17th, 1864/ Keatinge & Ball Columbia SC”.

After the Civil War broke out in 1861, the newly established Confederate government began to issue its own money as legal tender to the citizens of the South. The 1st note from the Government of the Confederate States of America was issued in April of 1861. Notes were issued for the next three years, ending in 1864. A total of 70 different types were issued into circulation.

This bill is in very nice condition with no tears or staining. It is a great piece of Civil War history and would stand out in any Civil War collection.

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