Here is an original 1864 $30 Civil War Confederate bond interest receipt. During that time, whenever someone bought a bond to support the war effort, they would receive a large bond (in this case, a $1000 bond) with small interest bearingreceipts attached to it. Every 6 months, a receipt would be removed from the bond and redeemed for the amount specified. These receipts measure approx. 3" x 1-1/2" and have the printed signature of Robert Tyler, the son of John Tyler, the 10th President of the United States. Printed by the Archer printing company of Richmond, Virginia. A very interesting piece of history at a very affordable price!
Please note: These bonds are in very nice presentable condition for their age (over 150 years old!), but most have some very minor bends, creases or tiny stains which are typical for these bonds or any other paper this old. Absolutely no tears, major creases or other similar faults.
As a FREE BONUS, I will also include a genuine U.S. postage stamp, issued in 1937, featuring Confederate Generals Robert E Lee & Stonewall Jackson, in mint condition. And, both items will be sent in an archival-quality protective display card.
Shipping will be by USPS First Class Mail with tracking.
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