This Confederate seal–with the inscription “The Confederate States of America : 22 February 1862, Deo Vindice”–was reproduced as a fundraiser for the widows and orphans of the Confederacy in 1873. The seal commemorates the election of Jefferson Davis, the only president of the Confederate States of America.
This piece of a Confederate flag was given to Lawrence Cecil Berrien by a girlfriend when he left Savannah. Berrien carried it with him during the war as a Confederate Soldier.
This ten dollar note was issued by the Confederate States of America in 1864. The Confederate currency–called “Greyback” to differentiate from the Union “Greenback”–was first issued at the outbreak of the war, and this money was based on no collateral assets, but instead it was a kind of “I owe you” for after the war. It was merely a promise to pay back the Confederate government once the South was victorious. Since this never came to be, the money lost value as the war went on.