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All 1863 issued Confederate notes except the 50 cents, 1 & 2 Dollar note carry a red date stamp. This was the Confederacy's attempt to encourage its citizens to convert these notes into 6 percent interest bearing bonds within 12 months of the date stamp. Upon conversion the note was cancelled by cutting through it with a sharp instrument or by cutting out triangular or semi-circular pieces.

All 1863 issued Confederate notes except the 50 cents, 1 & 2 Dollar note carry a red date stamp. This was the Confederacy's attempt to encourage its citizens to convert these notes into 6 percent interest bearing bonds within 12 months of the date stamp. Upon conversion the note was cancelled by cutting through it with a sharp instrument or by cutting out triangular or semi-circular pieces.

1907 $5 Dollar United States Legal Tender Fr 85 in A CGA Superb Gem 67

1907 $5 Dollar United States Legal Tender Fr 85 in A CGA Superb Gem 67

Hobo Nickels. The hobo nickel is a sculptural art form involving the creative modification of small-denomination coins, essentially resulting in miniature bas reliefs. The term hobo nickel is generic, as carvings have been made from many different denominations. Due to its low cost and portability, this medium was particularly popular among hobos, hence the name.

I carve Hobo Nickels for fun, here is15 of them.

Hobo Nickels. The hobo nickel is a sculptural art form involving the creative modification of small-denomination coins, essentially resulting in miniature bas reliefs. The term hobo nickel is generic, as carvings have been made from many different denominations. Due to its low cost and portability, this medium was particularly popular among hobos, hence the name.

Obsolete bank note & private scrip issued by State ~ Louisiana

Obsolete bank note & private scrip issued by State ~ Louisiana

Confederate Currency $100 Dollar  Bill from Richmond, Virginia February 17th 1864 Lucy Pickens "Queen of the Confederacy", representing Women of the South.

Confederate Currency $100 Dollar Bill from Richmond, Virginia February 17th 1864 Lucy Pickens "Queen of the Confederacy", representing Women of the South.

50 Dollar Confederate note from 1864 featuring the picture of Jefferson Davis, the President of the Confederate States of America.  Seventh Issue Notes - February 17, 1864.

50 Dollar Confederate note from 1864 featuring the picture of Jefferson Davis, the President of the Confederate States of America. Seventh Issue Notes - February 17, 1864.

Confederate States Of America Thirty Dollar Bond Receipt 4th Series by Otter Creek Antiques $9.95

Petite Solitaire With Accents Engagement Ring In 14k Yellow Gold with White Cz

Confederate States Of America Thirty Dollar Bond Receipt 4th Series by Otter Creek Antiques $9.95

$500 Confederate bond: "Two years after the Ratification of a Treaty between the Confederate States & United States the C.S.A. will pay to the bearer on demand $500." Handed down in the family from Sherman Blair.

$500 Confederate bond: "Two years after the Ratification of a Treaty between the Confederate States & United States the C.S.A. will pay to the bearer on demand $500." Handed down in the family from Sherman Blair.

Confederate Money $5 Bill from Richmond, Virginia, February 17th 1864 T-69 Civil War Note  Type 69 Confederate money which is the five dollar denomination of the common 7th series of currency of the Confederate States of America that was issued during the latter part of the Civil War in 1864. The state capitol building of Virginia located in Richmond is the center vignette, while on the right is a small portrait of C. G. Memminger, who served as secretary of the treasury during most of the…

Confederate Money $5 Bill from Richmond, Virginia, February 17th 1864 T-69 Civil War Note Type 69 Confederate money which is the five dollar denomination of the common 7th series of currency of the Confederate States of America that was issued during the latter part of the Civil War in 1864. The state capitol building of Virginia located in Richmond is the center vignette, while on the right is a small portrait of C. G. Memminger, who served as secretary of the treasury during most of the…

United States Fractional currency 25 Cents 1863 Third Issue, William Pitt Fessenden

United States Fractional currency 25 Cents 1863 Third Issue, William Pitt Fessenden

rare coins to look for not super rare but the still rare the double ear 1984 Lincoln cent

rare coins to look for not super rare but the still rare the double ear 1984 Lincoln cent

His wife, Lucy Pickens was a master socialite of the 19th century, captivating everybody, even the Czar of Russia.  She was so well known in South Carolina and through America, her face appears on the South Carolina Confederate $100 dollar bill as well as a CSA $1,000 bond.  She was the consummate southern bell and captivated everybody with her intelligence and charm.

His wife, Lucy Pickens was a master socialite of the 19th century, captivating everybody, even the Czar of Russia. She was so well known in South Carolina and through America, her face appears on the South Carolina Confederate $100 dollar bill as well as a CSA $1,000 bond. She was the consummate southern bell and captivated everybody with her intelligence and charm.

Paper Money of the United States: 1886 Ten Dollar Silver Certificate “Tombstone Note”  1886 $10 silver certificates are often called tombstone notes because the portrait of Hendricks appears to be inside a frame which is in the shape of a tombstone. The tombstone design may not be an accident by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.  Thomas Hendricks died just a few months before his image was used on 1886 $10 silver certificates.

Paper Money of the United States: 1886 Ten Dollar Silver Certificate “Tombstone Note” 1886 $10 silver certificates are often called tombstone notes because the portrait of Hendricks appears to be inside a frame which is in the shape of a tombstone. The tombstone design may not be an accident by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Thomas Hendricks died just a few months before his image was used on 1886 $10 silver certificates.

President Abraham Lincoln signed the “First Legal Tender Act” February 25th 1862, authorizing the issue of United States Notes for Legal Tender.

President Abraham Lincoln signed the “First Legal Tender Act” February 25th 1862, authorizing the issue of United States Notes for Legal Tender.