May 21st, 1861 Richmond $100 Confederate Bill Value
Description: Confederate $100 bills from 1861 come with black and green ink. At the center of every bill is a steam train scene with people on either side. To the left is a woman, Justice, in clothes, and to the right is another woman, Minerva, standing with a helmet and spear.
These bills can be difficult to acquire in great condition. If your bill looks like the example in the picture above, contact us and let us know, we’re interested in giving you our best offer 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 – Twelve months after date the Confederate States of America will pay to bearer One hundred dollars with interest at one cent per day – No. – Richmond – Southern bank note company – Register – Treasurer – Receivable in payment of all dues except export duties – 100