This original Confederate five dollar note is in good condition. It is dated February 17, 1864, hand numbered, and signed. These notes were engraved by Keatinge & Ball of Columbia S.C. and printed by Evans & Cogswell. The front of the note shows the Confederate Capitol at Richmond, VA. with C. G. Memminger in the lower right, who served as the Confederate Secretary of the Treasury. Click on the preceding C.G. Memminger link to read more about him and his contributions. The rear shows a large "FIVE" with four circular medallions with the numeral "5" at the corners on blue ink. This note has good pink coloring on its obverse with strong blue coloring on its reverse. The note has creases, minor staining, areas of incomplete borders, and a tiny pin hole. It will come in a sturdy clear acid free sleeve for preservation and display, and will be an excellent addition to any Civil War note or general relic collection. Ref. Criswell T-69.
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