ATTENTION!AOL, YAHOO and GMAIL for some reason are sending our replies to your questions to Spam. IT IS NOT US! We are replying but they are sending them to Spam Please check there if you don't hear a reply from us!

Our Catalog

Search Our Catalog

Currency & Bonds - Confederate Currency
Coins Currency & Bonds
"Extremely Fine" 1863 Dated Confederate $1.00 With Clement Clay Image T-62
Click on an image to enlarge
This is a beautiful original Confederate States of America $1.00 bill from 1863. It is clearly dated from April 6th 1863 across the top of the note and also has the Richmond, Virginia location of issuance. It has the correct hand signed signatures and serial numbers in fine old ink. In the center of the note is the likeness of Clement C. Clay who was Governor of Alabama and then a Confederate Senator from Alabama. As you can see in the images the note is in beautiful un-circulated condition but still displays well. This is the version listed as figure T-62 in Criswell's Confederate Currency book. The overall size of the note measures 7.25 inches by 3 inches. The note has been professionally graded by the PCGS Company and they have rated it as "Extremely Fine". This pattern of bill measures approximately 7.75 inches by 3.5 inches in overall size. It comes in the PCGS acid free holder for display and preservation.

Item #: B6054
Shipping Weight: 0.3 lb
Your Price:$130.00 USD
Order Information
Terms of Sale
Payment Information
Shipping Information