$5 Five 1863 Uncirculated CONFEDERATE Currency CSA T-60 Civil War TN Paper Money
This note was dated at. This note was engraved by Keatinge & Ball. An engraving of the state capital at. In the lower right hand side is the likeness of C. Hand signed signatures and number - the signatures on each note were often those of war widows of the South, as this was employment given them during the war. Although there were attempts to make them so, Confederate Blue Backs were never legal tender. Worth 95 cents on the dollar in gold when first issued, Confederate currency dropped to 33 cents by 1863, and 1.6 cents by. Was the last active trading in Confederate notes at 1,200 for 1.
By way of comparison, the lowest point of the legal tender Greenbacks of the North was 39 cents on the dollar in gold. If you have questions please ask. Thanks for looking & Good Luck. Please take a look at our other neat items! The item "$5 Five 1863 Uncirculated CONFEDERATE Currency CSA T-60 Civil War TN Paper Money" is in sale since Sunday, August 25, 2019.
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- Country of Manufacture: United States
- Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
- Denomination: Five Dollars; $5
- Type: Confederate Currency
- Item Type: Criswell T-60
- Period: US Civil War, the American War Between the States
- Region: Rebel South Dixieland
- Genuine: Yes
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
- Certification: Uncertified