July 25th, 1861 Richmond $100 Confederate Bill Value
Description: These $100 confederate bills are pretty lacking compared to some other bills issued. Every confederate bill from 1861 will have handwritten signatures and serial numbers.
In the bottom left corner is a portrait of President George Washington. In the other corners are 100 representing the denomination of the Confederate bill. At the center of the bill are two women: Prosperine and Ceres. We’re very interested buyers of this type of Confederate paper money. Contact us today.
Value: The value of most one hundred dollar confederate bills is based upon serial number and condition. This specific type is incredibly rare regardless of condition. Most will be worth over $500 but we’ve paid over $850 for pristine notes.
Text: $100 – Two years after date the Confederate states of America will pay to bearer One hundred dollars – Receivable in payment of all dues except export dues – Confederate States of America – Richmond, VA July 25th 1861 – Fundable in Confederate States Stock bearing eight per cent interest – No. – for register hoyer & Ludwig Richmond, V.A. – 100