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1861 $100 Confederate States of America PMG 58 Choice About Unc. Fr#: T-13

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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Published in 1861 Issues

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Fr#: 1374 Fractional Currency 50 Cent Fourth Issue Lincoln PCGS 62 PPQ

Fractional Currency 

Fractional Currency, is a term used by currency collectors to identify a fractional note with a face value of less than one U. S. Dollar. During the Civil War, coins were very scarce because of hoarding. Coins were so scarce that merchants couldn’t make change for their customers. Consequently, starting in 1862, the US Government issued Fractional Currency in 3, 5, 10, 15, 25 and 50 cent denominations. Fractional Notes have dates ranging from 1862 to 1876. 

 

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Published in Fourth Issue

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Fr#: 1307 Fractional Currency 25 Cent Fourth Issue Allison - Spinner 38mm Seal - Blue Right End PMG 65 EPQ Gem Unc.

Fractional Currency

Fractional Currency, is a term used by currency collectors to identify a fractional note with a face value of less than one U. S. Dollar. During the Civil War, coins were very scarce because of hoarding. Coins were so scarce that merchants couldn’t make change for their customers. Consequently, starting in 1862, the US Government issued Fractional Currency in 3, 5, 10, 15, 25 and 50 cent denominations. Fractional Notes have dates ranging from 1862 to 1876. 

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Published in Fourth Issue

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Fr#: 1258 Fractional Currency 10 Cent Fourth Issue Allison / Spinner / 40mm Seal / Unwatermarked PMG 64 EPQ

Fractional Currency

Fractional Currency, is a term used by currency collectors to identify a fractional note with a face value of less than one U. S. Dollar. During the Civil War, coins were very scarce because of hoarding. Coins were so scarce that merchants couldn’t make change for their customers. Consequently, starting in 1862, the US Government issued Fractional Currency in 3, 5, 10, 15, 25 and 50 cent denominations. Fractional Notes have dates ranging from 1862 to 1876. 

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Published in Fourth Issue

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Fr#: 1308 Fractional Currency 25 Cent Fifth Issue Alison / Spinner / Long, Thin Key PMG 64 EPQ Choice Unc.

Fractional Currency

Fractional Currency, is a term used by currency collectors to identify a fractional note with a face value of less than one U. S. Dollar. During the Civil War, coins were very scarce because of hoarding. Coins were so scarce that merchants couldn’t make change for their customers. Consequently, starting in 1862, the US Government issued Fractional Currency in 3, 5, 10, 15, 25 and 50 cent denominations. Fractional Notes have dates ranging from 1862 to 1876. 

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

Published in Fifth Issue

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Fr#: 1288 Fractional Currency 25 Cent Second Issue PMG 63 EPQ Choice Unc.

Fractional Currency

Fractional Currency, is a term used by currency collectors to identify a fractional note with a face value of less than one U. S. Dollar. During the Civil War, coins were very scarce because of hoarding. Coins were so scarce that merchants couldn’t make change for their customers. Consequently, starting in 1862, the US Government issued Fractional Currency in 3, 5, 10, 15, 25 and 50 cent denominations. Fractional Notes have dates ranging from 1862 to 1876. 

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Published in Second Issue

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Fr#: 1312 Fractional Currency 50 Cent First Issue Straight Edges w/ABNCo Monogram PCGS 64 Very Choice New

Fractional Currency

Fractional Currency, is a term used by currency collectors to identify a fractional note with a face value of less than one U. S. Dollar. During the Civil War, coins were very scarce because of hoarding. Coins were so scarce that merchants couldn’t make change for their customers. Consequently, starting in 1862, the US Government issued Fractional Currency in 3, 5, 10, 15, 25 and 50 cent denominations. Fractional Notes have dates ranging from 1862 to 1876. 

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Published in First Issue

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Fr#: 1347 Fractional Currency 50 Cent Third Issue Colby - Spinner "Justice" PMG 64 EPQ Choice Unc.

Fractional Currency

Fractional Currency, is a term used by currency collectors to identify a fractional note with a face value of less than one U. S. Dollar. During the Civil War, coins were very scarce because of hoarding. Coins were so scarce that merchants couldn’t make change for their customers. Consequently, starting in 1862, the US Government issued Fractional Currency in 3, 5, 10, 15, 25 and 50 cent denominations. Fractional Notes have dates ranging from 1862 to 1876. 

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Published in Third Issue

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Fr#: 1236 Fractional Currency 5 Cent Third Issue Red Back Colby - Spinner PCGS 64 PPQ Very Choice New

Fractional Currency

Fractional Currency, is a term used by currency collectors to identify a fractional note with a face value of less than one U. S. Dollar. During the Civil War, coins were very scarce because of hoarding. Coins were so scarce that merchants couldn’t make change for their customers. Consequently, starting in 1862, the US Government issued Fractional Currency in 3, 5, 10, 15, 25 and 50 cent denominations. Fractional Notes have dates ranging from 1862 to 1876. 

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

Published in Third Issue

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Fr#: 1332 Fractional Currency 50 Cent Third Issue Colby - Spinner Figures "1" and "A" On Front PMG 63 EPQ Choice Unc.

Fractional Currency

Fractional Currency, is a term used by currency collectors to identify a fractional note with a face value of less than one U. S. Dollar. During the Civil War, coins were very scarce because of hoarding. Coins were so scarce that merchants couldn’t make change for their customers. Consequently, starting in 1862, the US Government issued Fractional Currency in 3, 5, 10, 15, 25 and 50 cent denominations. Fractional Notes have dates ranging from 1862 to 1876. 

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

Published in Third Issue
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