Confederate Five Dollar Note


This original Confederate five dollar note is in fair condition and is dated September 2, 1861. Printed by "J.T. Paterson & Co. Columbia, S.C.", this particular note is hand numbered and was issued showing a woman sitting on bales of hay, with a sailing ship to her left, and a train to her right, all representing commerce. To the far left of the note is a sailor. Printed on the note is: "RICHMOND, VA. / September 2 1861 / Six Months after the Ratification of a Treaty of peace between the Confederate States and the United States / THE CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA / Will pay FIVE DOLLARS to bearer". The rear is blank with the exception of hand written numerals of "660". The paper is soft, has edge wear, creases, discoloration, and the upper left hand corner is torn away. This note will come in a clear acid free envelope for preservation and display and will be an excellent addition to any Civil War note or general relic collection. Ref. Criswell T-36.

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