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Vintage $100 currency note from the Confederate States of America (Richmond, Virginia), from 1864 (blue back). Confederate money, printed primarily in Virginia, South Carolina, and Georgia, was backed by cotton, as the South was the largest producer in the world at the time. By the end of the war, these notes were practically worthless as the Union blockade had effectively devalued the currency's basis. This 1864 note features portrait of Lucy Pickens in the center and a portrait of George Randolph on the right, with a vignette on the left of Confederate soldiers.
1864 $100 Confederate Note
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Auction closed on Saturday, May 20, 2006.
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