September 2nd, 1861 Richmond $10 Confederate Picking Cotton Bill Value
Description: We are strong buyers of all types of Confederate paper money, especially the $10 from September 2, 1861. At the top center of these bills is a slave picking cotton in the field. At the bottom center is a small picture of a dog lying down. you’ll see TEN, 10, and X in the corners and other areas of this note, which denote the denomination of the bill. To the right is a small rural scene with a boat, trees, and mountains.
Value: The value of most ten dollar confederate bills is based upon serial number and condition. Most will be worth $100 but we’ve paid over $250 for pristine notes.
Text: TEN – Fundable in eight percent stock or bonds of Confederate states of America – 10 – Six months after the ratification of a Treaty of peace between the Confederate States and the United States the Confederate States of America will pay ten dollars to bearer – No. – Richmond September 2, 1861 – for Register – for Treasurer – B. Duncan Richmond