T-10 Confederate Money Ten Dollars Liberty & Eagle PMG 12 Fine
A type 10 example of Confederate Money which was issued on July 15, 1861 from Richmond Virginia, which was at the beginning of the Civil War era. This scarce CSA currency is now 150 years old, these are fairly scarce as only 170,994 were issued by the Confederate States of America treasury. The left side of this bill features Commerce, while the center portrays Leberty and the American Eagle with shield and the first national flag of the Confederacy. This was the first ten dollar bill issued the Confederate Government that did not bear interest. This obsolete Civil War currency was professionally certified by PMG and graded at Fine 12. There is a stain on the left side. The picture shows the actual type 10 Confederate money that is for sale at Brandywine General Store.
CSA Serial #57931