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1864 Circulated $10 Confederate Horse Carriage Pulling Cannon Note

The Confederate States of America issued a total of seven issues of currency during its existence beginning with the Act of March 9th, 1861 and ending with the Act of February 17th, 1864. The first notes were issued through the Confederacy's original capital of Montgomery, Alabama and this 1864 is the Last Issue Note issued in Richmond, Virginia.

Features central vignette of Confederate Field Artillery in action. Portrait of R.M.T. Hunter, former Virginia Senator and short-term Confederate Secretary of State, at right. Back is blue. Hand signed and numbered by Confederate officials for Register and for Treasurer. Design: Horses pulling cannons center, Confederate cabinet member R.M.T. Hunter at lower right.

You will receive an 1864 $10 Confederate Horse Carriage Note. Each comes in folio with story and background of this historical note. (9,145,000 total issued)


  • Type: Currency
  • Certification: Circ
  • Denomination: $10 Confederate
  • Mintage Year: 1864
  • Obverse: Horses pulling cannons
  • Reverse: Blue 10
  • Distributed by American Collectors Mint, LLC.