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Confederacy, 5 Dollars, 1862

 

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Five dollars was a denomination on the low side of the currency scale, but it meant enough in the Confederate South that people went to great extent to keep such notes mended and in circulation.

 

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Confederate Treasury Secretary C. G. Memminger peeks out from behind the fold at lower right.

 

 
 
Legends of the Human Spirit The following objects are in this section.
United States, 2 Dollars, 1776Connecticut, 2 Shillings 6 Pence, 1776Confederacy, 1 Dollar, 1862
United States, 30 Dollars, 1776Confederacy, 5 Dollars, 1862Norfolk, Nebraska, 1 Dollar, 1933
Virginia, 15 Dollars, 1776Confederacy, 5 Dollars, 1863Pismo Beach, California, 1 Dollar, 1933
Maryland, 1 2/3 Dollars, 1775Confederacy, 10 Dollars, 1863Pismo Beach, California, 50 Cents, 1933
 
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