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Currency & Bonds - Confederate Bonds 1863-1865
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Marshall, Texas Stamped 1864 Confederate $1000 Bond CD144B
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This a great looking and beautifully designed original Confederate States of America savings bond. This is an original C.S. bond and it was to be issued for the sum of $1,000.00. This is the 1864 issue that has the Confederate Equestrian figure in the center of the top which is the great seal of the Confederacy. On the left hand side of the bond it has the image of "JUSTICE" and on the right hand side it has "LIBERTY". This one has 59 of the original interest coupons attached at the bottom. When the date on the coupon arrived that is printed on the bottom of the coupon you could cash it in for your interest payment, if the Confederacy would have won. The bond is hand signed and numbered in fine old ink. This bond is 100% authentic in all regards. Also on the upper left hand corner of the back is the red ink stamp of the Confederate Treasury Department. These were engraved by J. Archer of Richmond, Virginia and were printed by the Evans & Cogswell firm of Columbia, South Carolina. This is the style listed as CR-144B in the Confederate bond book by Criswell and as #325 in Ball's Bond Book. There were 10,800 of these bonds issued by the Confederacy. What makes this one extra special, is the red ink stamp that is on the back of the paper. It is the stamp where it was issued in the "Trans-Mississippi Department" by M.J. Hall. Hall was located in Marshall, Texas. This is a scarce marking on a great looking bond. This is a great looking bond for your office or relic room wall.

Item #: B6109
Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Your Price:$295.00 USD
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