1864 5 Dollar Confederate Note Fine-VF

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A Message From John Wilkes Booth?

After President Lincoln’s death, a $5 Confederate States of America bank note was discovered in his pocket. Rumors quickly circulated that the assassin had slipped the note into the president’s pocket as a message. No one will ever know if it’s true, but the note discovered in Lincoln’s pocket is just like one of these 1864 CSA notes! The obverse features a vignette of the capitol building of the Confederate States in Richmond, Virginia. The reverse displays an ornate design and the denomination. Seize your piece of Civil War history - but don’t put it in your pocket! Add one to your collection in Fine to Very Fine condition.

Year of Issue 1864
Country United States
Composition Paper Collateral
Grade F, VF
Currency Type Dollar
Dimensions 7.5 x 3.5 in