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1864 $100 Confederate States of America Note Very Fine

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Surviving examples of Confederate dollars showcase the unique approach to monetary production that took place in the Confederacy during the Civil War. From the cut of the paper notes to the language used, everything about Confederate money is distinctive. Near worthless after the Civil War, Confederate paper money holds collectible value today as a distinctive example of currency. Provident Metals currently Very Fine has 1864 $100 Confederate States of America Notes available to you for purchase online.


  • Arrives with an individual protective currency sleeve!
  • Produced in 1864 with the final release of Confederate dollars!
  • Second-largest denomination of Confederate dollar notes in the 7th series!
  • Issued a value of $100 by the Confederate States of America.
  • Portraits of Lucy Pickens and George W. Randolph are found on the obverse.
  • Denomination noted on the reverse.
  • Please remember that Very Fine notes have a range of acceptable visuals that can vary slightly from one specimen to the next.

When you purchase one of these 1864 $100 Confederate States of America Notes at Provident Metals, you will receive an item that is in Very Fine condition. Please keep in mind that Very Fine refers to a range of visuals on notes that includes moderate-to-light wear and tear, mild or light soiling, and either numerous folds or as few as just seven folds present. All of the notes available here fall within that acceptable range for a Very Fine specimen. Each note will ship with a protective currency sleeve.


Portraits of Lucy Pickens and George W. Randolph feature in the obverse design of the 1864 $100 Confederate States of America Note. These two Confederate figures featured on the $100 notes from the release of the 5th Series to these final issues in the 7th Series. Included in the design element is a depiction of Confederate soldiers in the lower-left field.


The denomination of the note is found on the reverse of 1864 $100 Confederate States of America Notes. The simple printed notations include Hundred across the center of the design element with 100 printed in the four corners.


CSA dollar notes were unique in a number of ways. First and foremost, the notes were rarely issued by a central authority, with stats, banks, and even individuals issuing notes for use in circulation in the South. Notes were often cut from printing sheets by hand, signed and given a serial number individually by clerks, and typically backed by the hard currency of individual banks or individual people. After the war, the United States refused to recognize Confederate debts, rendering the notes useless and bankrupting numerous banks and individuals who had backed the money.

Additionally, the notes were often issued with the promise of repayment in hard currency after the war was over. These particular notes have notations that read Two Year After The Ratification Of A Treaty Of Peace Between, The Confederate States Of America And The United States Of America, The Confederate States of America Will Pay to the Bearer on demand 100 Dollars.


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Product Details

Mint Mark Not Shown
Condition Very 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
Thickness 0.1 mm
Dimensions 187 mm x 79 mm x 0.1 mm
Provident ID 3841181