May 16th, 1861 Montgomery $100 Confederate Bill Value
Description: In great condition, these $100 confederate notes from 1861 can be worth good money. At the center of the bill there is a steam train at a train station with people on either side. On the left is a woman standing with a crown of laurels facing the steam train. The woman represents Columbia. The right side of the bill has the denomination 100. Every bill will have black and green ink, if yours doesn’t then it is fake and worth no money.
Value: The value of most $100 confederate bills is based upon serial number and condition. This specific type is incredibly rare regardless of condition. Most will be worth over $1,000 but we’ve paid over $10,000 for pristine notes.
Text: $100 – Twelve Months after date the Confederate States of America will pay to bearer One Hundred Dollars with interest at one cent per day – No. – Montgomery – May 6th, 1861 – Register – Treasurer – Receivable in payment of all dues except export duties – National bank note company – 100