The Civil War Relicman,
Harry Ridgeway.

Winchester, Virginia USA (changed hands 70 times in the Civil War!).
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Ridgeway Reference Archive, Civil War relics.
Confederate Bonds.

This is the "Ridgeway Reference Archive", a research tool for educational purposes only, and is provided at no cost to the reader.   Some of the relics listed are retained in the author's collection, most reside in other collections and are not owned by the author.  None of the items listed in this section are for sale, please refer to relicman.com sales listings for items offered for sale.  This is a work in progress, I list items as I get to them, there are many patterns that are not listed yet, this list will be regularly updated as I get pictures and descriptions for more items.  I will also correct mistakes, so if you see any please tell me.
All items listed are believed to be original and authentic to the Civil War or as otherwise described.
Any excavated relics have been recovered from private property with owners permission.
Any artillery or ordnance relics have been disarmed and rendered safe.
Any weapons are pre 1898 antique weapons, and are exempt from Federal regulation, no licenses or permits are required.

This information is available for research purposes, pictures may be used by permission only.



Confederate Bond, $100, authorized February 28, 1861, issued May 1, 1861, 8%, coupons $4.
Confederate States of America. LOAN OF FIFTEEN MILLIONS, UNDER ACT OF CONGRESS TO RAISE MONEY FOR THE SUPPORT OF THE GOVERNMENT, AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE DEFENCE OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA.  On the first Day of September 1871, The Confederate States of America, will pay to the Bearer of this Bond at the Seat of Government, or such place of Deposit as may be appointed by the Secretary of the Treasury, the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS, with interest thereon from this date payable at the same places semi annually at the rate of Eight per cent per annum, on surrender of the annexed warrants or coupons.  For the payment whereof of the Confederate States have by an Act of Congress approved the Twenty Eighth day of February, 1861 enacted that from and after the First day of August 1861, a duty of One Eighth of One cent per Pound shall be levied on all Cotton in the raw state exported from the Confederate States, and have pledged the same to be applied as a Sinking Fund to the extinguishment of the said debt.  And it is an express condition of this obligation, that at any time after the Expiration of Five Years from the First day of September 1861, the Confederate States may pay and discharge this Bond with the interest due thereon upon giving Three months previous Public notice at the Seat of Government of the time and place of payment and from and after the said time no further Interest shall be paid on this Bond, and the Coupons or Warrants for the said interest shall be void.  Bond was signed Montgomery First day of May 1861.  Bond was originally printed with 20 coupons for interest of FOUR DOLLARS each beginning
March 1, 1862 and running to Sept 1, 1871.

M1153     Confederate Bond, $100, authorized February 28, 1861, issued May 1, 1861, 8%, coupons $4.
Bond was signed Montgomery First day of May 1861.  There are ten coupons for interest of FOUR DOLLARS each beginning March 1, 1867 and running to Sept 1, 1871.  Apparently 10 coupons for the period, March 1, 1862 to September 1, 1866 were cut for redemption. 


Confederate Bond $100, authorized August 19, 1861, issued July 1, 1862, 8%, coupons $4.
CONFEDERATE STATES of AMERICA. LOAN, AUTHORIZED by the ACT of CONGRESS. C.S.A. of AUGUST 19, 1861.  On the first Day of July 1871, The Confederate States of America, will pay to the Bearer of this Bond at the Seat of Government, or such place of Deposit as may be appointed by the Secretary of the Treasury, the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS, with interest thereon from this date payable at the same places semi annually at the rate of Eight per cent per annum, on surrender of the annexed warrants or coupons.  This debt is authorized by an Act of Congress approved August 19, 1861, entitled "An Act to authorize the issue of Treasury Notes and to provide a War Tax for their redemption."  Bond was signed Richmond, July 1, 1862.  Bond was originally printed with 20 coupons for interest of FOUR DOLLARS each beginning
January 1, 1862 and running to July 1, 1871.

M1154     Confederate Bond $100, authorized August 19, 1861, issued July 1, 1862, 8%, coupons $4.
Bond was signed Richmond, July 1, 1862.  There are ten coupons for interest of FOUR DOLLARS each beginning January 1, 1867 and running to July 1, 1871.  Apparently 10 coupons for the period, January 1, 1862 to July 1, 1866 were cut for redemption.


Confederate Bond $100, authorized March 23, 1863, issued April 1, 1863, 6%, coupons $3.
Confederate STATES OF AMERICA. LOAN AUTHORIZED by ACT of CONGRESS. C.S.A. of MARCH 23d, 1863.  On the first day of April 1893, The Confederate States of America, will pay to the Bearer of this Bond at the Seat of Government, or such place of Deposit as may be appointed by the Secretary of the Treasury, the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS, with interest from date, at the rate of Six per cent per annum, payable semi-annually on surrender of the annexed Coupons.  This contract is authorized by an Act of Congress approved the March 23rd 1863, Entitled, "An Act to provide for the funding and further issue of Treasury Notes"  and is upon the express condition that it shall be redeemable five years after date at the pleasure of the Government.  Semi-annual Coupons are hereunto attached for the said period of five years after which should this Bond not be redeemed another Bond for the same amount with semi-annual Coupons at the same rate of interest for the reminder of the thirty years will be delivered to the holder, upon the surrender of this Bond.  Bond was signed Richmond  First day of April 1863.  Bond was printed with 12 coupons for interest of THREE DOLLARS each beginning
October 1, 1862 and running to April  1, 1868.

M1155     Confederate Bond $100, authorized March 23, 1863, issued April 1, 1863, 6%, coupons $3.
Bond was signed Richmond  First day of April 1863.  There are seven coupons for interest of THREE DOLLARS each beginning April 1, 1865 and running to April  1, 1868.  Apparently 4 coupons for the period, April 1, 1863 to October 1, 1864 were cut for redemption.  The 12th coupon, October 1, 1862 either was removed by the Treasury at issue or not printed.


Confederate Bond $500, authorized February 20, 1863, issued March 2, 1863, 7%, coupons $17.50, pink paper.
Confederate States of America Loan. AUTHORIZED by the ACT of CONGRESS. C.S.A. of FEBRUARY 20th, 1863.  On the first day of July 1868, the Confederate States of America, will pay to the Bearer of this Bond at the Seat of Government, or at such place of deposit as may be appointed by the Secretary of the Treasury, the sum of FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS, with interest thereon from date at the rate of Seven per Cent per annum payable, semi annually on the surrender of the annexed Coupons. This contract is authorized by an Act of Congress approved 20th February 1863, Entitled, "An Act to authorize the issue of Bonds for funding Treasury Notes and is upon the Express Condition that said Confederate States may from time to time extend the time of payment for any period not exceeding thirty years from this date at the same rate of interest upon the surrender of the Bond.  Bond was signed Richmond  second  day of March 1863.  Bond was printed with twelve coupons for interest of SEVENTEEN 50/100 DOLL'S each beginning
January 1, 1863 and running to July 1, 1868.

M1156     Confederate Bond $500, authorized February 20, 1863, issued March 2, 1863, 7%, coupons $17.50, pink paper.
Bond was signed Richmond  second  day of March 1863.  There are seven coupons for interest of SEVENTEEN 50/100 DOLL'S each beginning July 1, 1865 and running to July 1, 1868.  Apparently four coupons for the period, July 1, 1863 to January 1, 1865 were cut for redemption.  The 12th coupon, January 1, 1863 either was removed by the Treasury at issue or not printed.


Confederate Bond $1,000, authorized August 19, 1861, issued Feb 1, 1863, 8%, coupons $40.
CONFEDERATE STATES of AMERICA. LOAN, AUTHORIZED by the ACT of CONGRESS. C.S.A. of AUGUST 19, 1861.  On the first day of January 1878, the Confederate States of America, will pay to the Bearer of this Bond at the Seat of Government, or such place of Deposit as may be appointed by the Secretary of the Treasury, the sum of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS, with Interest thereon from this date payable at the same place, semi annually at the rate of Eight per Cent per annum on surrender of the annexed Warrants or Coupons.  This debt is authorized by an Act of Congress approved August 19, 1861, entitled, "An Act to authorize the issue of Treasury Notes and to provide a War Tax for their redemption.  Bond was signed Richmond first day of February 1863.  Bond was printed with 30 coupons for interest of FORTY DOLLARS each beginning
July 1, 1863 and running to January 1, 1878.

M1157     Confederate Bond $1,000, authorized August 19, 1861, issued Feb 1, 1863, 8%, coupons $40.
Bond was signed Richmond first day of February 1863.  There are 18 coupons for interest of FORTY DOLLARS each beginning July 1, 1869 and running to January 1, 1878.  Apparently 12 coupons for the period, July 1, 1863 to January 1, 1869 were cut for redemption.


Confederate Bond $1,000, authorized August 19, 1861, issued January 8, 1863, 8%, coupons $40.
CONFEDERATE STATES of AMERICA. LOAN, AUTHORIZED by the ACT of CONGRESS. C.S.A. of AUGUST 19, 1861.  On the first day of January 1873, the Confederate States of America, will pay to the Bearer of this Bond at the Seat of Government, or such place of Deposit as may be appointed by the Secretary of the Treasury, the sum of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS, with Interest thereon from this date payable at the same place, semi annually at the rate of Eight per Cent per annum on surrender of the annexed Warrants or Coupons.  This debt is authorized by an Act of Congress approved August 19, 1861, entitled, "An Act to authorize the issue of Treasury Notes and to provide a War Tax for their redemption.  Bond was signed Richmond 8th day of January 1863.  Bond was printed with 20 coupons for interest of FORTY DOLLARS each beginning
July 1, 1863 and running to January 1, 1873.

M1158     Confederate Bond $1,000, authorized August 19, 1861, issued January 8, 1863, 8%, coupons $40.
Bond was signed Richmond 8th day of January 1863.  There are 17 coupons for interest of FORTY DOLLARS each beginning January 1, 1865 and running to January 1, 1873.  Apparently three coupons for the period, July 1, 1863 to July 1, 1864 were cut for redemption.


Confederate Bond $100, authorized February 20, 1863, issued March 2, 1863, 8%, coupons $4.
CONFEDERATE STATES of AMERICA. LOAN, AUTHORIZED by the ACT of CONGRESS. C.S.A. of February 20 1863.  On the 1st day of July 1868, the Confederate States of America, will pay to the Bearer of this BOND at the seat of Government, or such place of deposit as may be appointed by the Secretary of the Treasury, the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS, with interest thereon from date at the rate of EIGHT per Cent per annum Payable semiannually on surrender of the annexed Coupons.  This Contract is Authorized by an Act of Congress approved February 20, 1863, Entitled, "An Act to authorize the issue of BONDS for funding Treasury Notes", and is upon the Express condition that said Confederate States may from time to time extend the time of payment for any period, not exceeding thirty years from this date, at the same rate of interest, upon the surrender of the bond. Bond was signed Richmond 2nd day of March 1863.  Bond was printed with 12 coupons for interest of FOUR DOLLARS each beginning
January 1, 1863 and running to July 1, 1868.  Apparently five coupons for the period, July 1, 1863 to July 1, 1865 were cut for redemption.  The 12th coupon,  either was removed by the Treasury at issue or not printed.

M1159     Confederate Bond $100, authorized February 20, 1863, issued March 2, 1863, 8%, coupons $4.
CONFEDERATE STATES of AMERICA. LOAN, AUTHORIZED by the ACT of CONGRESS. C.S.A. of February 20 1863.  On the 1st day of July 1868, the Confederate States of America, will pay to the Bearer of this BOND at the seat of Government, or such place of deposit as may be appointed by the Secretary of the Treasury, the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS, with interest thereon from date at the rate of EIGHT per Cent per annum Payable semiannually on surrender of the annexed Coupons.  This Contract is Authorized by an Act of Congress approved February 20, 1863, Entitled, "An Act to authorize the issue of BONDS for funding Treasury Notes", and is upon the Express condition that said Confederate States may from time to time extend the time of payment for any period, not exceeding thirty years from this date, at the same rate of interest, upon the surrender of the bond. Bond was signed Richmond 2nd day of March 1863.  There are six coupons for interest of FOUR DOLLARS each beginning January 1, 1866 and running to July 1, 1868.  Apparently five coupons for the period, July 1, 1863 to July 1, 1865 were cut for redemption.


Confederate Bond $500, authorized February 20, 1863, issued March 2,1863, 8%, coupons $20.
CONFEDERATE STATES of AMERICA. LOAN, AUTHORIZED by the ACT of CONGRESS. C.S.A. of February 20, 1863.  On the 1st day of July 1868, the Confederate States of America, will pay to the Bearer of this Bond at the seat of Government, or at such place of deposit as may be appointed by the Secretary of the Treasury, the sum of FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS, with interest thereon from date at the rate of EIGHT per Cent per annum, Payable semiannually on surrender of the annexed Coupons.  This Contract is Authorized by an Act of Congress approved February 20, 1863, Entitled, "An Act to authorize the issue of BONDS for funding Treasury Notes", and is upon the Express condition that said Confederate States may from time to time extend the time of payment for any period, not exceeding thirty years from this date, at the same rate of interest, upon the surrender of the Bond. Bond was signed Richmond 2nd day of March 1863.  Bond was printed with 12 coupons for interest of TWENTY DOLLARS each beginning July 1, 1865 and running to July 1, 1868.

M1160     Confederate Bond $500, authorized February 20, 1863, issued March 2,1863, 8%, coupons $20.
Bond was signed Richmond 2nd day of March 1863.  There are seven coupons for interest of TWENTY DOLLARS each beginning July 1, 1865 and running to July 1, 1868.  Apparently four coupons for the period, July 1, 1863 to January 1, 1865 were cut for redemption.  The 12th coupon, January 1, 1863 either was removed by the Treasury at issue or not printed.


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