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1864 $50 Confederate States of America PCGS 58 PPQ Choice About New Fr#: T-66

Confederate Notes

The Confederate States of America issued a total of seven issues of Confederate Notes during its existence beginning with the Act of March 9th, 1861 and ending with the Act of February 17th, 1864. The first Confederate Notes were issued through the Confederacy's original capital of Montgomery, Alabama and these notes are considered extremely rare. Once the state of Virginia seceded and joined the Confederacy, the capital was moved to Richmond in May 1861. All Confederate Notes 2nd thru 7th were issued through Richmond.

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1864 $10 Confederate States of America PMG 64 EPQ Choice Unc. Fr#: T-68

Confederate Notes

The Confederate States of America issued a total of seven issues of Confederate Notes during its existence beginning with the Act of March 9th, 1861 and ending with the Act of February 17th, 1864. The first Confederate Notes were issued through the Confederacy's original capital of Montgomery, Alabama and these notes are considered extremely rare. Once the state of Virginia seceded and joined the Confederacy, the capital was moved to Richmond in May 1861. All Confederate Notes 2nd thru 7th were issued through Richmond.

For a List of Confederate Note Categories Click Here

If you have any questions call Jeff @ 870-670-4255

Published in 1864 Issues

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1864 $10 Confederate States of America PMG 64 EPQ Choice Unc. Fr#: T-68

Confederate Notes

The Confederate States of America issued a total of seven issues of Confederate Notes during its existence beginning with the Act of March 9th, 1861 and ending with the Act of February 17th, 1864. The first Confederate Notes were issued through the Confederacy's original capital of Montgomery, Alabama and these notes are considered extremely rare. Once the state of Virginia seceded and joined the Confederacy, the capital was moved to Richmond in May 1861. All Confederate Notes 2nd thru 7th were issued through Richmond.

For a List of Confederate Note Categories Click Here

If you have any questions call Jeff @ 870-670-4255

Published in 1864 Issues

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1864 $10 Confederate States of America PMG 63 EPQ Choice Unc. Fr#: T-68

1864 $5 Confederate States of America Note PMG 63 EPQ Choice Unc. Fr#: T-69 "This was found in Lincoln's pocket the night he was shot..!!"

Confederate Notes

The Confederate States of America issued a total of seven issues of Confederate Notes during its existence beginning with the Act of March 9th, 1861 and ending with the Act of February 17th, 1864. The first Confederate Notes were issued through the Confederacy's original capital of Montgomery, Alabama and these notes are considered extremely rare. Once the state of Virginia seceded and joined the Confederacy, the capital was moved to Richmond in May 1861. All Confederate Notes 2nd thru 7th were issued through Richmond.

For a List of Confederate Note Categories Click Here

If you have any questions call Jeff @ 870-670-4255

Published in 1864 Issues

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1864 $10 Confederate States of America PMG 63 EPQ Choice Unc. Fr#: T-68

Confederate Notes

The Confederate States of America issued a total of seven issues of Confederate Notes during its existence beginning with the Act of March 9th, 1861 and ending with the Act of February 17th, 1864. The first Confederate Notes were issued through the Confederacy's original capital of Montgomery, Alabama and these notes are considered extremely rare. Once the state of Virginia seceded and joined the Confederacy, the capital was moved to Richmond in May 1861. All Confederate Notes 2nd thru 7th were issued through Richmond.

For a List of Confederate Note Categories Click Here

If you have any questions call Jeff @ 870-670-4255

Published in 1864 Issues

TrainObsolete 1860's $20.00 First National Bank of Idaho, Boise City, "Idaho Territory" PCGS 50 About New

Obsolete Note Territoral

Most Obsolete Notes are over 140 years old and were considered "worthless" after the banks failed or converted to National Bank Notes. As a result, most Obsolete Notes were tossed or destroyed, creating huge demand and value for those that have survived. In addition to the rarity of Obsolete Notes, collectors are drawn to Obsolete Notes because they have amazingly diverse vignettes; everything from Goddesses to Santa Claus. Obsolete Note collectors often collect by theme such as groupings by state, city, or almost any other compilation, limited only my imagination.

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1864 $10 Confederate States of America PMG 58 EPQ Choice About Unc. T-68

Confederate Notes

The Confederate States of America issued a total of seven issues of Confederate Notes during its existence beginning with the Act of March 9th, 1861 and ending with the Act of February 17th, 1864. The first Confederate Notes were issued through the Confederacy's original capital of Montgomery, Alabama and these notes are considered extremely rare. Once the state of Virginia seceded and joined the Confederacy, the capital was moved to Richmond in May 1861. All Confederate Notes 2nd thru 7th were issued through Richmond.

For a List of Confederate Note Categories Click Here

If you have any questions call Jeff @ 870-670-4255

Published in 1864 Issues
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Obsolete Notes

Most Obsolete Notes are over 140 years old and were considered "worthless" after the banks represented in the note failed or converted to National Banks. As a result, most Obsolete Notes were tossed or destroyed, creating huge demand and value for those that have survived. As a result, counterfeiting Obsolete Notes was and continues to be a big business and several of the Obsolete Note examples still surviving are actually Counterfeits. In addition to the rarity of notes, collectors are drawn to Obsolete Notes because they have amazingly diverse vignettes  -- everything from Goddesses to Santa Claus. Obsolete Note collectors often collect by theme. In addition to depicted vignettes, common collection themes include groupings by state, city, signature(s), or almost any other compilation, limited only my imagination.

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A $5 note like this one was found in Linclon's pocket the night he was shot..!!

1864 $5 Confederate States of America Note PMG 63 EPQ Choice Unc. Fr#: T-69

Confederate Notes

The Confederate States of America issued a total of seven issues of Confederate Notes during its existence beginning with the Act of March 9th, 1861 and ending with the Act of February 17th, 1864. The first Confederate Notes were issued through the Confederacy's original capital of Montgomery, Alabama and these notes are considered extremely rare. Once the state of Virginia seceded and joined the Confederacy, the capital was moved to Richmond in May 1861. All Confederate Notes 2nd thru 7th were issued through Richmond.

For a List of Confederate Note Categories Click Here

If you have any questions call Jeff @ 870-670-4255

Published in 1864 Issues

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