Civil War coins: Story of the war, Confederate coins, and Other Civil War Money.
Civil War coins offer intriguing North and South subplots. Put in context of America’s worst war, the story of Confederate coins, US coins, Civil War tokens, and other Civil War money is illustrated.
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Rarest gold coins in the world What are the most valuable gold coins in the world? Check the price value of the most expensive gold coins ever. With its precious metal content and rarity, gold coin values often reach remarkable market prices. The rarest numismatic gold coins are real treasures to behold. Investing in classic
1793 Chain 1C AMERI. XF40 PCGS. S-1, B-1, R.4. Our EAC Grade VF20. | Lot #2399 | Heritage Auctions
1793 S-1, B-1 Chain AMERI. Cent, XF40 From the Robinson S. Brown, Jr. Collection 1793 Chain 1C AMERI. XF40 - Available at 2014 January 10 The Adam Mervis...
1901 $10 United States Note "Bison or Buffalo" FR-122 PMG Graded CU63
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Big Polluter Misstep: "Here's $5,000, Please don't sue us."
Once Big Polluter realized how serious their Gulf of Mexico Oil Catastrophe really was, they started to dispatch company representatives to the Alabama Gulf Coast, with Legal Releases and checks for $5,000, in exchange for an agreement not to sue the company. Fortunately, the Alabama Attorney General, Troy King, ordered Big Polluter to stop this practice. When asked about this Big Polluter practice of paying people on the Alabama Gulf Coast $5,000 in exchange for a release, during his May 3…
1899 Five Dollar $5 Bill Indian Chief Note Silver Certificate Blue Seal F-280
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Creating The Greenback
President Abraham Lincoln signed the “First Legal Tender Act” February 25th 1862, authorizing the issue of United States Notes for Legal Tender. A private meeting, held between President Abraham Lincoln and Colonel Edmund Dick Taylor on January 16th 1862 led to the issuance of “greenbacks”. Buffalo banker and Congressman Elbridge G Spaulding prepared a bill to speed its issue he introduced it to Congress in early February to permit the Unites States Treasury to issue $150 million in legal…
1864 $2 Dollar Bill Confederate States Currency Civil War Note T-70
Confederate Currency 1864 $2 Dollar Bill T-70 Confederate States Currency $2 Bill from Richmond, Virginia, February 17th 1864 T-70 Civil War Note Confederate Currency - Confederate States of America Paper Money Banknotes Obverse: At the right side is Judah P. Benjamin, who served as Secretary of State and Secretary of War for the Confederacy. A well inked pink underprint is found on this crisp late issue Deuce. Reverse: Inscriptions: "Two years after the ratification of a treaty of peace…
Confederate Currency 1861 5 Dollar Treasury Bill Christopher Memminger T-33
Confederate Money C. G. Memminger five dollars T-33 Confederate Currency 5 Dollar Treasury Bill September 2, 1861 Richmond Virginia, Christopher Memminger T-33 Confederate Currency - Confederate States of America Paper Money Banknotes Description: This $5 Confederate note has a portrait of Christopher Gustavus Memminger is on the face of this bill, he served as secretary of the treasury for the Confederate States of America during the Civil War. At the right is an allegorical figure that…
Three Dollar Bill » Florida in the Civil War
Florida currency Three-dollar bill printed by the Keatinge and Ball Company in South Carolina in 1863 and 1864. The Confederate States of America printed increasingly large amounts of paper currency. As the war continued, very high inflation, combined with lack of faith in the monetary system, greatly devalued the buying power of both Confederate national and state currency.