Confederate currency: $5 bill with handwritten serial number 38613
The C.S.A. issued currency to Southerners between 1861-1865, gambling that a Confederate victory in the U.S. Civil War would ensure the bills' value. Forged bills led to an intense period of inflation and by the war's end Confederate bills were worthless.
DateFebruary 17, 1864
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