T-67 PF-11 $20 Confederate Paper Money 1864

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  • Item Category: Coins & Currency
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Oct 25, 2015
  • Channel: Auction House

T-67 PF-11 1864 $20.00 CSA Currency. State capitol in Nashville, Tennessee. Alexander Stephens to the right. X Series. Serial number 11848. Plen B.

About Very Fine. Mid grade, a couple of tears and edge nicks. Net Fine, Plus. Probably a PCGS or PMG Very Fine 30 Apparent.

Popular note due to it being shown in the "Pawn Stars" introduction.


The T-67 is a popular 1864 issue and may be found with different shades of deep red to light pink with the former in high demand. On the $20 and below, the serial numbers were hand written. No known T-67 contemporary counterfeit exists.

The center of the note features the state capitol of Tennessee in Nashville. Alexander Stephens, the Vice President of the Confederacy is shown at the lower right. The reverse is simple blue with the denomination. This note was payable two years after the ratification of a Treaty of Peace between the Confederate States and United States.

This type comes on high quality bank note paper. There is one great rarity, the "Double Ratification" error note with 2 of the same clause instead of the proper terms. Also, the varieties with no flourishes over "The" are scarcer.

The T-67 comes in several color variation shades. These have been seen with pink, red, orange-red and dark red overprints. The reverse comes in different
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