Confederate States of America bonds; primary source of revenue for the Civil War

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Confederate States of America bonds was a primary source of revenue for the Civil War.

Bonds of 1864 ( last type issued ) feature the Equestrian Design (George Washington on horseback with Confederate flags & motto – Deo Vindice = God is our champion). Engraved By J. Archer of Richmond, Virginia & Printed By Evans & Cogswell of Columbia, South Carolina – Hand signed by the Registrar of the Treasury. The coupons with the printed signature of Robert Tyler (son of the President) has hand numbered serials.

$100 denomination of the 1st series with very low serial 518 attached are 59 coupons – $249.95

$100 denomination of the 1st series with low serial 796 attached are 60 coupons – $199.95

$100 denomination of the 2nd series with very low serial 528 attached are 60 coupons – $349.95

$100 Consecutive Bonds 480 & 481 of the 2nd series with Full 60 Coupons on each, both bearing the red CSA stamp on the upper corner on the back – $795

$500 denomination of the 1st series with serial 7199 attached are 60 coupons – $349.95

$500 denomination of the 2nd series with serial 6792 attached are 60 coupons – $349.95

$1000 denomination of the 3rd series with serial number 3431 attached are 59 coupons – $149.95

$1000 denomination of the 4th series with very low serial Number 219 attached are 60 coupons – $169.95

$1000 denomination of the 5th series with very low serial Number 544 attached are 59 coupons – $169.95

$1000 denomination of the 5th series with serial 9613 (out of 11,200 issues) attached are 50 coupons – $139.95

Set of 8 consecutive $1000 denomination of the 5th series with serial numbers 6396-6403 attached are 59 coupons – $2,495