The final issuance of Confederate States dollars in the form of paper money came in 1864. With the passage of the Act of February 17, 1864, the Confederate Congress authorized the seventh series of note issues in denominations ranging from $.50 to $500 totaling some $200 million in all. This release was the highest single issue of notes by monetary value in the history of the Confederacy. Many notes saw new designs, but the most important feature was the timeline for redemption on the notes. Right now, you can purchase Very Fine 1864 $500 Confederate States of America Notes online from Provident Metals.
With your purchase of an 1864 $500 Confederate States of America Note in this listing, you will receive your note in a protective plastic currency sleeve. These notes, though some 160 years old, are available in Very Fine condition. This is a somewhat broad term for a notes condition, but generally speaking it refers to three factors: wear and tear, soiling, and fold lines. On the low end, Very Fine notes can have moderate wear, mild soiling, and numerous folds. On the higher end, the notes have only light wear, light soiling, and no more than 10 folds. None of the notes feature serious detracting flaws.
Lt. General Stonewall Jackson is depicted in the lower-right field on the obverse of 1864 $500 Confederate States of America Notes. The left side of the note is dominated by a vignette with the Confederate States of America seal and the battle flag of the CSA. Ornate lettering highlights the redemption conditions for these notes. It saws Two Year after the Ratification of a Treaty of Peace between the Confederate States & the United States, The Confederate States of America Will pay to the bearer on demand Five Hundred Dollars. You will notice the handwritten signatures of a Register and Treasurer, the latter representing Keatinge & Ball, the issuer of the notes.
The reverse of 1864 $500 Confederate States of America Notes is blank. Though devoid of its own design, you will notice see-through visuals from the obverse design elements of the note.
As the prospects of the Confederacy winning the war dwindled over the course of the conflict, so too did the value of the notes it issued. When the First Series of Confederate States notes were issued in 1861, the notes were interest-bearing at 3.65% and payable 12 months after the noted date. By the Fifth Series release in late 1862, notes were payable sixth months after a peace treaty was ratified. Sixth and Seventh Series releases had shifted to two years after a peace treaty was ratified.
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|Mint Mark||Not Shown|
|Product Series||Legal Tender Note|
|Certificate of Authenticity||No|
|Packaging||Archival Quality Currency Sleeve|
|Shipping||Orders over $199 Ship Free|