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There is currently no available "Beginner" label. The following is the default level label: Similar to the state of affairs during the American Revolutionary War, the Confederate states printed their own currency during the Civil War as well. These bills, printed in North Carolina in 1863, 1865, and 1870, would continue to depreciate as the war progressed. Eventually, they became so worthless that by the late 19th century they were being given away, which is how George Sheldon, the founder of Memorial Hall Museum, acquired them.

 

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Confederate Currency from the State of North Carolina

printer   Treasury of North Carolina
date   1863-1870
location   North Carolina
height   2.5"
width   5.0"
process/materials   printed paper, ink with manuscript
item type   Exchange Medium/
accession #   #L12.001


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See Also...

Confederate bond

Continental Currency in various amounts

"The Vicksburg Daily Citizen"


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