2 edition of [Letter on Confederate currency and finances] found in the catalog.
[Letter on Confederate currency and finances]
|Series||Confederate imprints, 1861-1865 -- reel 91, no. 2781|
|The Physical Object|
The Confederate States of America () started with an agrarian-based economy that relied heavily on slave-worked plantations for the production of cotton for export to Europe and to the northern classed as an independent nation, the area of the Confederate States would have ranked as the fourth-richest country of the world in $ Confederate States Note. $ Confederate States Note. Confederate States Bond Certificates.
Cs - 45 $1 Confederate Currency More Currency 4 Nu 2 photo. Ten Cent State Of North Carolina St 20 2 photo. Civil War, $ Confederate Bond, W/1 - $40 Coupon, Rarity - 3 Ball 4 photo. Confederate States . $1 DOLLAR CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA BANK NOTE BIG CURRENCY OLD PAPER MONEY. Ending Wednesday at PM PST. Top Rated Plus Denomination: $1. State of North Carolina *One Dollar. Ending Saturday at PM PST. Certification: Uncertified Denomination: $1. New Listing Civil War Confederate 1 Dollar Bill Bank Of Augusta .
New listing $ HAWKINS SIGNED CONFEDERATE STATES CURRENCY PAPER MONEY NOTE T41 PCGS. C $ Buy It Now +C $ shipping. Paper Money: US - Confederate Currency Numismatic Directory, With values and Images (Page 6).
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Document Type: Book: OCLC Number: Notes: "January, 10th, "--Page . Title supplied by cataloger. Filmed from the holdings of Emory University. Confederate Currency Introduction and History Pierre Fricke. This book is an easy and fun read introducing Confederate paper money in the context of the founding of the Confederate States of America and its history (finance, war, social).
A Guide Book of Counterfeit Confederate Currency, History, Rarity, and Values By George B. Tremmel, Whitman Publishing, LLC Although war profiteering has existed from the beginning of time, the sheer volume of counterfeit confederate notes produced by northern printing operations during the Civil War is staggering.
Tremmel's book is an /5(6). Confederate paper money was printed between and A general rule of thumb is that the earlier currency issues are worth more than later issues.
The confederate currency guide below shows a picture and a link to more information about each issue. *** Please do not call us about your confederate currency.
The first series of Confederate paper money, issued in Marchbore interest and had a total circulation of $1, As the war began to tilt against the Confederates, confidence in the currency diminished, and the government inflated the currency by continuing to print the unbacked the end ofthe Confederate dollar (or "Greyback", to distinguish it from the Symbol: $ or C$.
This is an excellent little book, only 56 pages long but worth every penny. It gives well reproduced examples of confederate currency, along with some history of the civil war for context and information.
If you have an interest in the American Civil /5(10). Most $ and $1, bills are quite common, and are typically worth only a small premium over face value. Circulated series notes are usually worth from $ to $ for the $s and from $1, to $1, for the $1,s, depending on condition.
The series usually carries an extra 10% to 20% premium. Uncirculated $ and $. Grading currency should be done very conservatively. With currency, the condition of the paper relates to the value. Every fold, crease, bent corner, etc, reduces the value for currency. The more worn the paper is, the less it will be worth.
Confederate and States Currency Books T o order a currency book, just click the thumbnail picture in the SCAN column, and scroll to the bottom of the page to add it to your shopping cart.
This issue is the variety with no periods before either Serial Letter and "Engraved & Printed by Keatinge & Ball" at the bottom exhibiting full tiny irregular margins and very clean surfaces; Additional notes: C, VF @ $, (C, F+.
Item description: Letter, dated 9 Augustfrom Annie M. Schon to her sister Bettie M. Kimberly in Chapel Hill, N.C. She discusses the devaluation of Confederate currency and difficulties in obtaining household goods, specifically shoes and clothing.
[Transcription available Continue reading →. Image: ID: No. Den. Description: Grade: Price: C 4: 4: $ This Ex-Green, Newman example was the fourth and last of the "Montgomery Issues", after which the capital was moved to Richmond and all subsequent issues emanated from that venue.
At Perakis Currency, we have an inventory of confederate paper money that is now collectible. Give us a call for various note series and denominations.
the 11 southern states that made up the Confederate States of America needed a monetary system of its own, which gave birth to Confederate Currency. These notes were issued in 4 Series ( LAYAWAY PLAN: We offer a layaway plan. Typically 1/3 down, 1/3 in 30 days and 1/3 in 60 days. Order 3 or more items, take 10% discount.
Order 5 or more, take 12% and get free shipping. E-mail [email protected] to reserve notes, or call () - [cell]. New Office Phone: Many display pages have old number (). A letter to D. Ricardo, Esq., containing an analysis of his pamphlet on the depreciation of bank notes / (London: Printed by A.J.
Valpy, for R. Hunter, successor to Mr. Johnson, ), by Alexander Crombie (page images at HathiTrust) A letter to J.B. Smith, Esq., President of the Manchester Chamber of Commerce. Today, many collect all manner of paper and hard currency of Civil War vintage.
The coins of the Union are the most popular and affordable ( Indian Head cents, two cent pieces, three cent pieces, etc). One cent coins of the Confederate States of America are extremely rare and essentially “non-collectible” for all but a few. Item Description: Letter dated 6 October from J.
from prison in Ohio. He writes to his Uncle Edwin in Philadelphia about finances. Item Citation: From folder 19 in Confederate Papers, #, Southern Historical Collection, Wilson Library, University of. The Signers of Confederate Treasury Notes, A Catalog of Their Signatures: with a Catalog of the Notes Signed by Sarah Pelot: Author: Michael McNeil: Edition: illustrated, reprint: Publisher: Michael McNeil, ISBN:Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
THE CONFEDERATE StATES IN ALL TREATY OF AND ìåEAsúÅúi Figure Judah P. Benjamin to the left. South striking down the Union in the center. Type 42 - $2 dated June 2nd, B. Duncan, Columbia, S.C.
1, issued. SIX MONTHS AFTER THE RATIFICATION THE CONFEDERATE STATES SECOND SERIES OF A TREATY OF PEACE UNtTEO File Size: 4MB. During the Civil War, the Confederate states attempted to solve their huge financial problems by issuing their own paper money. Issued into circulation inthe currency ran through Notes were printed in denominations of $, $, $, $, $10, $20, $50, $, $ and $ Beginning with the issues of and running.
Year: February 17th Type: Confederate Paper Money Denomination: Five Hundred Dollar Bill Value: The value of all confederate money is based on the condition of each bill *** Please don’t call about your confederate money, we can’t help you over the phone*** Send scans or digital photos to [email protected] to receive our offer.Buy Silver, Gold, and Copper Bullion & Coins Online at Coin Dealer since Competitive pricing & free shipping on orders $99+.
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