Antique 1864 $20 Confederate Bank Note (T-67) with Capitol @ Nashville, Tennessee – Antique Paper Money / Currency
1864 CSA $20 (T-67) Capitol @ Nashville, TN | Very Fine or Better Condition
Authentic Rare Original Civil War Confederate States of America (CSA) Currency | This is an original 1864 $20 Confederate Note | 1864 CSA $20 (T-67) Capitol @ Nashville, TN | Rare variety with no flourish over “THE” | Very Fine Condition or Better | Serial Number 90229 | T-67 Richmond February 17th 1864 $20 Confederate Money
This $20 Confederate note has a picture of the Tennessee State Capitol in the center with a pink overprint. In the lower right corner is a picture of Alexander H. Stephens. This note in particular has a double ratification error listing both six months and two years as redeemable dates. This note was printed on plain paper with pink and black ink on the front and blue ink on the back.
Grading: Worthington Galleries uses the grading guide found in the Standard Catalog of United States Paper Money by George S. Cuhaj. However, as provided in our Terms & Conditions, a prospective buyer should not rely on any grading or valuation that may be offered by Worthington or its partners. Instead, every prospective buyer is encouraged to seek expert professional advice when making a purchase decision. The Grading Guide can be referenced here.
Very Fine (VF): An attractive note, but with more evidence of handling and wear. May have a number of folds both vertically and horizontally. Paper may have minimal dirt, or possible color smudging. Paper itself is still relatively crisp and not floppy. There are no tears into the border area, although the edges do show slight wear. Corners also show wear but not full rounding.
All genuine Confederate currency have some collector value, although most of the 1864 issue notes are very common. Earlier issues range from common to rare. Replicas of Confederate currency are quite common, and are often printed on crisp, brown paper that appears antique. Genuine notes are hand-signed and numbered, and the replicas appear to be hand-signed and numbered as well, although close inspection will easily determine that the signatures on replicas are printed in the same ink as on the rest of the bill.
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