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Very Pretty T-34 1861 Confederate $5 With Memminger & Goddess Minerva
Item #: A6484
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This is a great example of the beauty of design in Confederate currency. This is a tough to find version of Confederate $5. It is the 1861 dated Confederate States of America $5.00 note. On the right hand side of the note it has the image of the Goddess Minerva. Minerva was the Roman Goddess of wisdom & the arts. In the center of the note it has the large image of C.C. Memminger who served as the Confederate Secretary of the Treasury and was the key man in production of Confederate paper money. It was issued on September 2nd 1861 from Richmond. This is the version listed as T-34 in Criswell's Confederate Currency book. This pattern of note was printed by Keatinge & Ball of Richmond, Virginia. It is correctly hand signed and numbered in fine old ink. When you hold the note up to the light you can see the "X" slices in the paper. This is the "Cut Cancellation" marking that lets us know the note was used during the Civil War and was taken out of circulation by the Confederate Government. The note is in circulated condition and comes in an acid-free holder for preservation and display.

Shipping Weight: 0.3 lb
$185.00 USD

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