High-denomination $100 Confederate Notes are in great demand among collectors and history buffs alike – especially in Crisp Unused condition. Carefully preserved for over 155 years since the Civil War, these nicely detailed uniface notes were handpicked by our experts for quality and eye appeal from a larger old-time group assembled years ago. The central vignette shows a steam train with a milkmaid to the left. Steam trains played an important role for the Confederacy during the war, moving supplies and troops.
Issued in 1862, this early Civil War currency recalls the costly battles of Shiloh and Antietam, and the naval battle between the Monitor and Merrimack “ironclads,” which ushered in the era of steel warships. Each attractive uniface note is hand dated and hand signed by Confederate Treasury officials. Carefully preserved as a group for decades, these prized issues are seldom found in quantity. Don’t miss your chance to add this beautifully detailed $100 note to your collection!
- Product Type: Single Products
- Year: 1862
- Denomination: $100