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1862-1863 $1 Dollar State of Texas Treasury Warrant // PCGS Certified Very Fine 25

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Product Description

The necessity for federally issued U.S. paper currency originated because of the dire need for money to finance the Civil War. Similarly, the aspiring Confederate States of America also needed to institute a monetary system of its own. The Confederate Treasurer Christopher Memminger initially laid out a plan geared for a young nation at peace. Within months, however, that nation was at war, which accelerated quickly. By the end of 1861, the Confederacy was blockaded and cut off from most of the world, making foreign trade almost impossible. To finance the war, the Confederacy made numerous monetary issues from 1861 to 1864, which lead to rampant inflation. By the time of General Lee’s surrender at Appomattox, the new currency was worthless. Presented here is a unique piece of history certified and preserved by PCGS in VF25 condition. This Treasury Warrant from the state of Texas is dated during the start of the Civil War. You will receive the unique note shown in the photos, accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.

Product Details
  • Measurements
    8"L x 4.25"W x .1"H
  • OriginUnited States

— Series: 1862-1863
— Type: Treasury Warrant – State of Texas
— Size: Small

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    United States
  • Shipping Policy
    Standard Ground Shipping
  • Ship In
    3-4 weeks
  • Return Policy
    Final sale, not eligible for return or cancellation

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