Among the most treasured Civil War collectibles are genuine bank notes issued by the Confederate States of America. This collector-quality $2 Confederate Note features an allegorical vignette that represents the "South striking down the Union" and reflects Southern optimism early in the war. The hand-signed and hand-numbered uniface note also depicts Judah P. Benjamin – former U.S. senator from Louisiana who served as the Confederacy's attorney general, secretary of war and then secretary of state.
Dated 1862, these first $2 notes authorized by the Confederate Congress recall the Union's first significant Civil War victory at Fort Henry in Tennessee and Confederate General Robert E. Lee's overwhelming victory over Union forces at Fredericksburg, Virginia. Carefully preserved for over 150 years, this prized Civil War artifact will add great numismatic and historical interest to your collection. Supplies are limited – reserve your $2 bill today!
- Denomination: $2
- Year: 1862
- Product Type: Single Products