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1862-1863 $100 Confederate Currency Note Extremely Fine

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The paper notes of the Confederate States dollar were printed from 1861 to 1864 with a total of seven different series of notes offered to support the southern economy. Unlike Union money, Confederate money was not backed by hard assets. The financial backing behind the notes often came from banks or private individuals. Right now, you can buy 1862-1863 $100 Confederate Currency Notes online at Provident Metals.


  • Arrives with an individual protective plastic sleeve!
  • Printed for the 4th Series of Confederate States dollars!
  • 1 of 3 distinct designs for $100 notes in 1862-1863!
  • Comes in Extremely Fine condition!
  • Bears a face value of $100 from the CSA.
  • John C. Calhoun, the allegory of the Confederacy, and slaves are depicted in the obverse design.
  • Blank reverse field.
  • Please bear in mind you may get notes with the same conditions and wear patterns.

With your purchase of the 1862-1863 $100 Confederate Currency Note at Provident Metals, you will receive a paper note that is in Extremely Fine condition. Notes in this condition have only light signs of handling, minor defects, and no more than two or three heavy fold lines. Each note comes with its own protective plastic sleeve.


John C. Calhoun is featured in the lower-left of the 1862-1863 $100 Confederate Currency Note. This effigy of Calhoun depicts the former US Representative and US Senator from South Carolina, as well as the former two-term Vice President of the United States. The central design vignette captures a common, offensive design found on Confederate dollars: images of slaves. The lower-right depicts a female allegory for the Confederacy.


Most $100 Confederate Currency Notes have a blank field. The Confederacy was rushed to put money into circulation and used a variety of private banks and companies to print its paper notes. As such, the reverse of the notes was often left blank on purpose.


Confederate States dollars were hand-cut after printing, often resulting in uneven edges and easy margin splits. The notes also have handwritten signatures from a Register and Treasurer. It is also common for the serial number and printing date to be written in by hand. The John C. Calhoun $100 note design was the most commonly issued of its denomination in the 4th Series. some 670,400 of these notes were produced.

Authorized by the Act of April 17, 1862, the Confederacy issued $170 million in Confederate States dollars, with an additional $5 million worth released following a September 23, 1862, amendment.


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Product Details

Year 1862-1863
Mint Mark Not Shown
Condition Extremely Fine
Denomination $100
Country United States
Edge Style Smooth
Product Series Legal Tender Note
Certificate of Authenticity No
Packaging Archival Quality Currency Sleeve
Shipping Orders over $199 Ship Free
Inner Pack 0.1 mm
Dimensions 187 mm x 79 mm x 0.1 mm
Provident ID 3859788