July 25th, 1861 Richmond $10 Confederate Bill Value
Description: You can see these bills have three “10s” at the top left, top right, and lower right corner of the note. These intricate designs made it more challenging for criminals to counterfeit. All $10 bills like the one pictured above will have a woman seated with a shield and eagle at the center. At the bottom left is a seated woman with flowing clothes. These notes only came with black ink. You’ll see some with red serial number ink and brown colored signature ink.
Value: The value of most ten dollar confederate bills is based upon serial number and condition. Unless in very high grade, these bills won’t be worth very much money. Most will be worth $75 but we’ve paid over $200 for pristine notes.
Text: $10 – Receivable in payment of all dues except export dues – Two years after date the Confederate States of America will pay to bearer TEN DOLLARS – No – Richmond, VA July 25th 1861 – Fundable in Confederate State stock bearing eight per cent interest – for Register Hoyer & Ludwig Richmond VA – Treasurer – 10