Post your Confederate Money and Southern Scrip

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  1. jlogan

    jlogan Well-Known Member

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  3. MEC2

    MEC2 Enormous Member

    Oh hell I have too much to post altogether... here's my favorite Confederate frame, denominations in extremis... the 50 cent notes, the late series 1 and 2... and the $500 whopper one...

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  4. techwriter

    techwriter Well-Known Member

    I'm not a Confederate currency collector per se but here's a few from my "small change" collection.
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  5. SteveInTampa

    SteveInTampa Innocent bystander

    Some Florida Fractionals

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  6. Dr Kegg

    Dr Kegg Star Note Fanatic

    I will have to post mine later today. Just cataloged them with the new Confederate price guide I purchased.
     
  7. Dr Kegg

    Dr Kegg Star Note Fanatic

    Here are my confederate notes 20160330_184555.jpg 20160330_185107.jpg 20160330_185117.jpg 20160330_185128.jpg 20160330_185140.jpg 20160330_185214.jpg
     
  8. Quant.Geek

    Quant.Geek Well-Known Member

    Confederate Notes and Bonds make up a good chunk of my paper money collection. So, here are some representative notes:

    Confederate State of Alabama

    Montgomery, Alabama: $5 Jan. 1, 1864 (Criswell-15)

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    Montgomery, Alabama: $1 Jan. 1, 1863 (Criswell-1)

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    Montgomery, Alabama: 25¢ Jan. 1, 1863 (Criswell-6)

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    Confederate State of Florida

    Tallahassee, Florida: $1 Jan. 1, 1864 (Criswell-41)

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    Confederate State of Georgia

    Milledgeville, Georgia: $50 Apr. 6, 1864 (Criswell-22)

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    Milledgeville, Georgia: $10 Mar. 20, 1865 (Criswell-33A)

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    Milledgeville, Georgia: $5 Apr. 6, 1864 (Criswell-26)

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    Confederate State of Louisiana


    Shreveport, Louisiana: $5 Mar. 10, 1863 (Criswell-14)

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    Confederate State of Mississippi


    Macon, Mississippi: $2 May 1, 1864 (Criswell-43A)

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    Secessionist Government of Missouri

    Jefferson City, Missouri: $100 186? Missouri Defence Bond (Criswell-19)

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    Jefferson City, Missouri: $20 186? Missouri Defence Bond (Criswell-21A)

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    Jefferson City, Missouri: $1 186? Missouri Defence Bond (Criswell-18)

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    Jefferson City, Missouri: $20 Jan. 1, 1862/Aug. 1, 1863 (Criswell-2E)

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  9. Quant.Geek

    Quant.Geek Well-Known Member

    Here are some notes from my main collection...


    Confederate "Central" Government Notes


    1861 Series

    Confederate States of America: T-08 1861 $50

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    Confederate States of America: T-09 1861 $20

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    Confederate States of America: T-18 1861 $20

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    Confederate States of America: T-22 1861 $10

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    Confederate States of America: T-29 1861 $10

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    Confederate States of America: T-36 1861 $5


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  10. Quant.Geek

    Quant.Geek Well-Known Member

    Some recent acquisitions:

    Secessionist Government of Missouri

    Jefferson City, Missouri: $3 186? Missouri Defence Bond (Criswell-17B)

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    Confederate State of Louisiana

    Baton Rouge, Louisiana: $5 Oct. 10, 1862 (Criswell-10)

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    Confederate State of Georgia

    Milledgeville, Georgia: $5 Jan. 15, 1862 (Criswell-5)

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  11. Quant.Geek

    Quant.Geek Well-Known Member

    Confederate "Central" Government Notes

    1862 Series


    Confederate States of America: T-41 1862 $100

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    Confederate States of America: T-42 1862 $2

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    Confederate States of America: T-44 1862 $1

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    Confederate States of America: T-45 1862 $1

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  12. gsalexan

    gsalexan Intaglio aficionado

    Hopefully you won't mind me posting a couple CSA bonds among these notes. :)

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  13. Quant.Geek

    Quant.Geek Well-Known Member

    No problem at all. Those are lovely bonds that don't exist in my collection. And besides, I was planning on posting my bonds next :D
     
  14. Quant.Geek

    Quant.Geek Well-Known Member

    Confederate "Central" Government Bonds


    Confederate States of America: $1000 1861 Bond (Ball-121; Criswell-99)

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    Confederate States of America: $500 1863 Bond (Ball-192; Criswell-124)

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    Confederate States of America: $1000 1863 Bond (Ball-264; Criswell-130)

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    Confederate States of America: £100 1863 Erlanger Bond (Ball-156; Criswell-116)

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  15. Quant.Geek

    Quant.Geek Well-Known Member

    Confederate States of America: $10,000 1884 Scrip Certificate (Criswell-175)

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    Confederate States of America: $1000 1864 Six Per Cent Non Taxable Certificate (Ball-367; Criswell-154)

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    Confederate States of America: Office of the Treasury Receipt $20,110.50 September 26, 1861

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  16. jlogan

    jlogan Well-Known Member

    These are all awesome, right now I just have a couple 1863 $5 notes. @Quaint.Geek what do those Missouri notes typically go for? I see them from time to time at flea markets but they always seem way overpriced (lower-mid condition low denom. notes easily over $150) compared to scrip from other states and the C.S. government. Maybe just because demand is higher for them here in Missouri?
     
  17. Quant.Geek

    Quant.Geek Well-Known Member

    It depends on the denomination. They typically run for about $150 to $200 in the higher conditions, so it shouldn't be that expensive. Check out Heritage Auctions' sold prices to give you some idea on what the going rates are for those notes. Note that this one is a very rare note that has an overprinted date of 1863 that pays "Five Years after Date". Even in this condition, it fetches for over $300+...

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  18. Quant.Geek

    Quant.Geek Well-Known Member

    Confederate State of North Carolina, Raleigh: $1000 1862 Bond (Criswell-62J)

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    Confederate States of America: $1000 1861 Bond (Ball-9; Criswell-8)

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    Confederate States of America: $500 1861 Bond (Ball-6; Criswell-7)

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    Confederate States of America: $100 1861 Bond (Ball-3; Criswell-6A)

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  19. Quant.Geek

    Quant.Geek Well-Known Member

    Confederate "Central" Government Notes

    1863 Series (alas, missing some of the lower denominations :()

    Confederate States of America: T-56 1863 $100

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    Confederate States of America: T-57 1863 $50

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    Confederate States of America: T-58 1863 $20

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    Confederate States of America: T-60 1863 $5

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    Confederate States of America: T-62 1863 $1

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  20. Quant.Geek

    Quant.Geek Well-Known Member

    Confederate "Central" Government Notes

    1864 Series (full set in high grade :D)


    Confederate States of America: T-64 1864 $500

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    Confederate States of America: T-65 1864 $100

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    Confederate States of America: T-66 1864 $50

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    Confederate States of America: T-67 1864 $20

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    Confederate States of America: T-68 1864 $10

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    Confederate States of America: T-69 1864 $5

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    Confederate States of America: T-70 1864 $2

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    Confederate States of America: T-71 1864 $1

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    Confederate States of America: T-72 1864 50 Cent

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  21. Quant.Geek

    Quant.Geek Well-Known Member

    Originally issued as a set of "notes" that consisted of six Chemicograph backs with designs that were intended for the 1864 issues of the $5, $10, $20, $50, $100, and $500 denominations. Back plates with these designs were ordered by the Confederate Treasury from S. Straker & Sons of London. The plates were made and shipped from London in early January 1864, only to disappear. Several more shipments were made, but none of these got through the Union blockade. Examples of the plates were found 75 years later and were donated to the Smithsonian Institution.

    Confederate States of America: $20 Chemicograph Back intended for 1864 Confederate Currency

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