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Currency & Bonds - Confederate Bonds 1863-1865
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Unissued Late War Confederate $1000 Savings Bond
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This is a very nice authentic Confederate States of America $1,000.00 savings bond certificate. It was authorized to be printed by the Act of the Confederate Congress that was approved on February 17th 1864 and is so marked in the upper right hand corner. This is the style that has the peaceful scene at the left of the top that shows a man walking over a small bridge. This is the style listed as CR-154 in the Confederate bond book by Criswell and #367 in the Confederate Bond book by Ball. This piece was printed by George Dunn & Company, Richmond, Virginia and has a border around it with a vignette of a man and stile at top left. It was issued under an act of the CSA Congress approved on February 17, 1864. This one was never signed or issued. These were utilized towards the end of the war when money was scarce and so many of them were never sold. It has all of the blanks still open. The certificate measures approximately 9-3/8ths inches by 7 inches in overall size. On the back of the bond it has some edge wear that is mentioned for exactness and priced accordingly. This will make a fine display as it is or it will look even better framed up on you office or relic room wall.

Item #: B1274
Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Your Price:$75.00 USD
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