Is facsimile Confederate money worth anything?

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Is facsimile Confederate money worth anything?

If Confederate bills are very crisp and have not been folded or circulated, they can be worth $10 to $100 each. Next, we have the facsimile fake notes that are actually marked with the word facsimile in small print on the back; these are also worthless.

How can you tell if a Confederate 100 dollar bill is real?

All Confederate notes have at least one serial number stamped or handwritten on them. Most of the serial numbers will be located on the top or bottom corners of the notes. Check the color of the paper. Notes of a lower denomination (especially the 50 cent notes) were printed on pink paper.

Who is on the Confederate $100 bill?

Lucy Holcombe Pickens
$100 Confederate bill, 1864 Lucy Holcombe Pickens (1832–1899), known as the “Queen of the Confederacy,” is the only woman to be featured on currency issued by a Confederate state. Pickens was born on her family’s planation in La Grange, Tennessee.

How much is a 1864 Confederate $50 bill worth?

The value of an antique Confederate 50-dollar bills varies mainly according to the printing from which it hails. The 1864 printing was the largest, and thus, notes from that printing are the most common and the least valuable, often selling on eBay for less than $10.

What is a 1861 Confederate $20 bill worth?

The 1861 and 1864 Confederate $20 bill worth are determined by the condition of the bill’s paper. Fair to good condition pieces can be found on eBay and are valued at approximately under $100.

How much is a Confederate $20 bill worth?

Are Confederate bills printed on both sides?

The bills in our collection were all issued by the Confederate States of America. Due to various printers, confederate currency tended to vary from printing to printing and state to state. Bills issued by the C.S.A. It was not uncommon for notes to be printed on a single side or cut unevenly.

What was wrong with Confederate money?

When the South started losing the war, the value of Confederate money dropped. In addition, prices for food, clothing and other necessities rose because many items were scarce during the war. Graybacks became almost worthless. Some rare Confederate bills are now worth 10 times more than they were in 1861.

When did Confederate money lose its value?

When the war ended in 1865, Confederate paper money became worthless. Over time, however, the bills became curiosities, then collectibles. Now nearly anything relating to the Civil War is in demand. However, as upward of $2 billion worth of Confederate bills were printed, they are fairly readily available.

Who’s on the Confederate $50 bill?

Jefferson Davis
Confederate Currency- Fifty Dollars, 1863 1863 This denomination of a fifty dollar bill has a portrait of the President of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis, at the center.

How much is 100 Confederate dollar bills worth?

T41 $100 1862 Confederate Currency CSA PCGS 64 CHOICE UNCIRCULATED PF 22 SUPER! 1862 CSA Richmond, VA. $100. Note #107314

Where can I find Confederate money on eBay?

What are some of the Confederate bills you can find on eBay? Some of the Confederate States of America currency you can find on eBay include the Confederate 100-dollar bill, the 1862 Confederate 100-dollar bill, and the 1864 Confederate 100-dollar bill.

What kind of money was used in the Civil War?

Confederate Currency T39 $100 1862 PF-13 Cr. 294. T-40 CSA $100 in PMG 55 About Uncirculated condition…No Reserve! 1864 Confederate States. Call Certificate None Issued. B-355 1862 T-41 $100 The Confederate States of America Note – Austin, TEXAS Issued! T-41 PF-10 1862 $100 Confederate Paper Money – PCGS-B 55 PPQ!

When did the Confederates start printing paper money?

During the Civil War the Confederates States of America printed their own paper money. Confederate paper money was printed between 1861 and 1864. A general rule of thumb is that the earlier currency issues are worth more than later issues. The confederate currency guide below shows a picture and a link to more information about each issue.

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