T-66 Confederate Money Fifty Dollars Jefferson Davis PF06 Choice AU
A choice almost uncirculated type 66 confederate note from the last issue of money issued by the Confederate States of America during the Civil War. This note has a nice pink color on the front, dark printing and very crisp paper and is designated by Fricke as PF 6, which means this is from the 3rd series and the 3 has a period after it. Grover Criswell did not have this variety listed in his book. The center features Jefferson Davis, the terms are as follows : Two Years after the ratification of a treaty of peace between the Confederate States and the United States, The Confederate States of America will pay to the bearer on demand fifty dollars. But soon these bills weren't worth the money they were printed on, trunk fulls of this currency languished in people's attics throughout the South for years after the Civil War. However when the original owners of the money died off, these trunks of money were slowly destroyed over the years until not much was left. Now Confederate Money is far from worthless, in the last 30 years the price has escalated. The picture shows the actual Fifty dollar Confederate Money that is for sale at Brandywine General Store in addtion you can view the back of this CSA obsolete currency.
CSA Serial #28082