It is hereby Certified that The Confederate States of America Are indebted unto Humphrey Keyes or assigns in the sum of Three thousand Dollars redeemable after the first day of January 1881 with interest from the 27th day of November 1862 inclusive at Eight per cent per annum, payable on the first days of January and July in each year.. Richmond, Virginia printed by J. Columbia, South Carolina: November 27, 1862. Partially printed original document, number 1562, completed in manuscript, Signed by Register of the Treasury Ro.The verso includes an unused transfer statement printed in red reading in part: For Value Received [blank] Assigns unto [blank] of [blank] the within Certificate of Stock of the Confederate States of America, issued by the Treasury Department, and hereby authorize the Register of the Treasury to transfer said Stock on the Books of the Department.. Condition: Folded three times vertically, slight edge wear, trace soiling, otherwise Very Good. As we understand it, certificates issued to individuals did not include redeemable coupons. Humphrey Keyes (1792 - 1875) was a wealthy & prominent merchant in Charlestown, Virginia (now West Virginia). Keyes owned nine slaves in 1850 as enumerated on the slave schedule of the census for that year. We pack carefully using appropriate protective materials.
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This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money\ US\Confederate Currency". The seller is "citationantiques" and is located in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.
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