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1862-1863 $100 Confederate Currency Note Very Fine

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The Confederate States of America began issuing its own, separate currency from the United States shortly after its secession. As many as 10 banks, lithographic companies, and other private entities helped the Confederate government produce and circulate coins and banknotes of the Confederate states dollar. Today, you have the opportunity to buy Very Fine-condition 1862-1863 $100 Confederate Currency Notes online at Provident Metals.


  • Arrives with an individual protective plastic sleeve!
  • Design 1st used in 1862 in the 4th series of Confederate banknotes!
  • The value of $100 was issued by the CSA.
  • A milkmaid and a steam locomotive feature on the obverse.
  • Blank reverse field.
  • Please bear in mind you may get notes with the same dates if you buy several notes.

The Confederacy issued its banknotes over the course of seven series between 1861 and 1864, with the last date marks on banknotes coming in 1865 in the waning days of the US Civil War. Confederate banknotes ranged from being interest-bearing notes payable after 12 months or 2 years, depending on the series of issue. Later notes were only payable within six months to two years of ratification of a peace treaty between the United States and the Confederate States.


The obverse side of the 1862-1863 $100 Confederate Currency Notes comes with the only printed design elements. These particular $100 Confederate Currency Notes feature a design element common to Confederate notes, that of slaves working. In this case, a milkmaid is shown in the lower-left field of the note as a steam locomotive chugs along the tracks at the center of the design. The reverse field of the notes has been left blank on purpose.


The 4th Series of $100 Confederate banknotes featured three different producers and two different designs. Keatinge & Ball of Richmond, Virginia, issued a design with slaves working in a field along with a vignette of John C. Calhoun. J.T. Patterson & Co of Columbia, South Carolina, issued the designs found on these particular notes. Hoyer & Ludwig of Richmond, Virginia, also issued this design. There is a slight difference in the appearance of the steam on some of the notes, with some showing diffused steam rising from the smokestack of the locomotive, while others should more billowing.

You can tell which particular notes youve received by looking at the city of issue printed on the obverse of the note. You will also find a handwritten date of issue on the obverse of the notes, with date marks of 1862 and 1863 possible.


1862-1863 $100 Confederate Currency Notes listed here come with protective currency sleeves. These are available in Very Fine condition, indicating the notes have moderate wear and tear with mild soiling and numerous fold lines. Please bear in mind you could get notes with matching or varied dates when you buy several.

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Product Details

Mint Mark Not Shown
Denomination $100
Country United States
Edge Style Smooth
Product Series Legal Tender Note
Packaging Archival Quality Currency Sleeve
Shipping Orders over $199 Ship Free
Thickness 0.1 mm
Dimensions 187 mm x 79 mm x 0.1 mm
Provident ID 3850716