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Currency & Bonds - Confederate Bonds 1863-1865
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Wilderness Association CSS Virginia Sinking the USS Cumberland 1864 C.S. Bond
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What a cool scene on this late Civil War Confederate Bond. This one was issued from Richmond, Virginia on November 9th 1864. This bond was issued for one hundred dollars and is written in ink. It also has the ink notation that it was issued to "A. Findlay Esq". It measures 11-1/2 inches by 8-3/4ths inches in size. It has the naval battle scene at the top of the bond. The scene depicts the ironclad, the CSS Virginia sinking the USS Cumberland in March of 1862. This is the pattern that is listed as a CR141 in Criswell's Bond Book and as B286 in Ball's Confederate Bond Book. They state that there were 8,842 of these issued and this one is numbered "2191". One thing that is interesting about this bond is that it was issued to Dr. Peyton Grymes. When I looked him up, I found that he was a Doctor in Orange Courthouse, Virginia and owned the Vacluse Mine by the Wilderness Battlefield. What a wonderful piece of history from the late days of the Confederacy!

Item #: B7041
Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Your Price:$295.00 USD
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