Genuine bank notes issued by the Confederate States of America are among the most treasured of Civil War collectibles. And this carefully preserved 1862 Richmond $2 Confederate Note is still Crisp Unused after 160 years!
- Crisp Unused condition
- Issued June 2, 1862 – First $2 note series authorized by Confederate Congress
- Hand-signed and hand-numbered
- Uniface note features allegorical vignette representing the "South striking down the Union"
- 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
- Photo shows actual note you will receive
Issued the year Confederate general Robert E. Lee led his forces to overwhelming victory over at Fredericksburg, Virginia, this note reflects the Southern optimism of the early days of the war. It's a prized Civil War artifact sure to add great numismatic and historical interest to any collection. But only one is available, so order today!
- Year: 1862
- Product Type: Single Products
- Denomination: $2