May 28th, 1861 Montgomery $1,000 Confederate Bill Value
Description: The one thousand dollar bill is the highest denomination printed for the Confederate 1861 series. These bills have vignettes of Andrew Jackson on the right and John C. Calhoun on the left. A lot of green ink and intricate detail was used on $1,000 confederate bills to deter counterfeiting. These are beautiful bills highly sought after by high-end collectors.
If you have a real example and it’s not fake, we are very interested buyers of all types of Confederate paper money bills.
Value: The value of most $1,000 confederate bills is based upon serial number and condition. This specific type is incredibly rare regardless of condition. Most will be worth over $5,000 but we’ve paid over $12,000 for pristine notes.
Text: $1,000 – Twelve Months after date the Confederate States of America will pay to bearer One thousand dollars with interest at ten cents per day – Montgomery – Alex B. Clitherall (Register) – E.C. Elmore (Treasurer) – Receivable in payment of all dues except export duties – 1,000