ARCHIVALLY FRAMED DISPLAY OF SECOND AND THIRD SERIES CONFEDERATE CURRENCY

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A nicely matted and framed (12 inches x 36 inches) display of Confederate currency displaying two notes each of five, ten, twenty and one hundred dollar denominations, from the second series (act of May 16, 1861) and third series (Act of Aug. 19, 1861; amended Dec. 24, 1861) of issues. Nothing spoke more to the Confederacy’s hopes and intentions of forming an independent nation than the establishment of its own system of currency, and intimately intertwined with its military problems were its economic difficulties.

$5 Richmond – Third Series (T-34) Portrait of C.G. Meminger; Minerva. Printed by Keatinge & Ball, Richmond.

$5 Richmond – Third Series (T-36) Portrait of Sailor; Commerce (seated); Printed by J.T. Patterson, Columbia, SC. Small nick lower left. Small stain upper right.

$10 Richmond - Third Series (T-30) Portrait of Robert M.T. Hunter; General Francis Marion sharing his modest dinner of yams with a British officer (after J.B. White); Minerva. Printed by B. Duncan, Columbia, S.C. Upper right corner torn. The portrait of Marion illustrates southern fortitude under straightened circumstances.

$10 Richmond - Third Series (T-28) Portrait of Ceres and Commerce; train. Printed by J.T. Patterson, Columbia, S.C. Two vertical folds. Large stain.

$20 Richmond – Second Series (T-18) Portrait of Sailor; Sailing ship. Printed by Hoyer and Ludwig, Richmond, Va. Stains.

$20 Richmond Second Series (T-20); Portrait of Alexander H. Stephens; Industry between Commerce and beehive. Printed by B. Duncan, Columbia, S.C.

$100 interest bearing note at two cents per day; Third Series (T-40); Portrait of milkmaid; train with diffused steam. Printed by J.T. Patterson & Co., Columbia, S.C. note Jan 5 1863. Vertical fold, small stains. Traces red ink at right. Possible tape repair on reverse, upper left.

$100 Richmond Second Series (T-13) Portrait of Sailor; Slaves loading cotton. Printed by Hoyer and Ludwig, Richmond, Va. Small stains, foxing.

We have not examined these notes out of the frame to examine the backs of the notes or more fully judge condition. We encourage you to look at our photos carefully or consult a member of our staff if you need further details or photos.  [sr]

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