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Confederate Notes
There were ten different denominations and seven different issues of Confederate money between 1861 and 1864 - and now you can possess these real pieces of Southern history! Each confederate note measures approximately 4½"x 2¼" and arrives in circulated condition.
 

Buy Civil War Currency and Confederate Notes online. Own a piece of history with burned confederate notes, commemorative coins and Civil War tokens. Civil War money and Confederate money makes great collectibles and gifts.

$5 Confederate Note

Each $5 note measures approximately 4½"x 2¼" and arrives in circulated condition.
 


$10 Confederate Note

Each $10 note measures approximately 4½"x 2¼" and arrives in circulated condition.


$20 Confederate Note

Each $20 note measures approximately 4½"x 2¼" and arrives in circulated condition.


$1 Confederate Note

Each measures approximately 4½"x 2¼" and arrives in circulated condition.
 


$2 Confederate Note

Each measures approximately 4½"x 2¼" and arrives in circulated condition


$100 Confederate Note

Each measures approximately 4½"x 2¼" and arrives in circulated condition.


$500 Confederate Note

Each measures approximately 4½"x 2¼" and arrives in circulated condition.


50-cent Confederate Note

Be prepared to spend money when the South rises again! This authentic Confederate Fifty-Cent Note features a portrait of Jefferson Davis in the center along with the printed signatures of "R.O. Tyler" and "El Elmore." Approximately 4¼"x 2¼" in circulated condition.


1862 CSA "Train" Note

This $100 note was issued in 1862 under the Confederate States of America during the Civil War and is an authentic piece of U.S. history. It features a beautiful vignette of a steam train on the front and is among the most popular of all CSA currency. Most of these notes were destroyed after the war so today they are highly sough-after collectibles. This note comes in circulated condition and measures 7½"x 3."
 


CSA Half-Dollar Reproduction

Only four Confederate States of America Half Dollars were actually struck at the end of April 1861, making them one of America's rarest coins. This 99.99% silver mirror image proof replica features a shield with seven stars and seven bars, the Cap of Liberty, and branches of oak and palm on the reverse and a seated Liberty on the obverse. Measures 1 1/8" in diameter.
 


Civil War Tokens

These non-government, privately issued quasi-money tokens are a great way to own a piece of history! During the war, there were more than 8,500 different tokens issued by approximately 1,500 merchants from 22 different states, so each token you order will no doubt be different from the last. Circulated condition.

 

 

 

 

   

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