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Columbia, South Carolina Confederate Interim Deposit Paper For $5,000 in Bonds
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This is an interesting piece of Confederate financial history. This is what is known as a Confederate Interim Deposit Receipt. These papers were given to prove that a financial transaction had happened and that there is a promise to do something in the future. This one was approved by the Confederate Government on February 17th 1864 and was stating that there would be Confederate savings bonds issued when available. The piece is on pre-printed paper that measures 8 inches by 4 inches in overall size. The blanks have been filled in using fine brown ink. It is dated from the Columbia, South Carolina office on June 25th 1864. This pattern is listed as SC-66 in the Confederate Treasury Certificate book by Tremmel, Fricke and Davis. It is stating that the Merchants Bank of South Carolina had purchased $5,000 in Bonds. On the back side of paper it is unmarked. What a great little piece of history!

Item #: C1876
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