$1000 CONFEDERATE BOND

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Item Code: 998-1761

Early war bond issued from the Confederate Capital at Richmond, Virginia. The bond is dated October 30, 1862 and is numbered 1965. The center image is of a maiden holding a rifle with cornucopia and anchor at her feet. Lithograph was done by Boyer & Ludwig of Richmond.

At the bottom are 29 coupons remaining out of the original 30. The first was redeemable July 1, 1867 and the last on July 1, 1879.  Measures 16 ½” x 17 ½” on 19 ¼” x 24 ½” mount. Bond is in very good condition with faint creases. A few chips are present on edges. Yellowing has occurred from age. All ink inscriptions are readable.  [sl]

Extra shipping charge required - $35.00 insured UPS ground east of the Mississippi, $50.00 west of the Mississippi.

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