T-1 $1,000 Montgomery Note Commemorative Color Coin
By the 1860s, America was divided over the issue of slavery. When several southern states seceded from the Union, they formed the Confederate States of America. As a new government, one of their firstorders of business was to create currency. The first Montgomery $1,000 notes were issued by the Confederate Congress on April 25, 1861. The notes feature statesman John C. Calhoun to the left and future United States President Andrew Jackson to the right.
Available exclusively from American Mint, our colossal tribute to historic Confederate money was specially minted to mark the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War. Minted to the highest quality "Proof standard and layered in 24k gold, it features a full-color reproduction of the Confederacy's first and largest denomination banknote - the$1,000 Montgomery banknote. With only 119 original specimens know to still exist, this coin is undoubtedly the only way to add one of these incredibly rare $1,000 bills to your collection.
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