September 2nd, 1861 Richmond $10 Confederate Statue Bill Value
Description: These bills are interesting because of the depiction at the center of each bill is called Thanksgiving dinner, with two Revolutionary War soldiers awaiting their meal. For the most part, these bills aren’t too interesting, but we’re still strong buyers of this type. To the right is a fully armored and ready for a battle woman with a spear leaning on a statue, standing on the number Ten. The bottom left is a portrait of R.M.T. Hunter. Send us a clear photo if you have confederate paper money you want to be evaluated.
Value: The value of most ten dollar confederate bills is based upon serial number and condition. Most will be worth $50 but we’ve paid over $125 for pristine notes.
Text: First Series – 10 – Fundable in eight per cent stock of bonds of the confederate states. – Six months after the ratification of a treaty of peace between the Confederate States & the United States the Confederate States of America will pay ten dollars to bearer – B. Duncan – No. – Richmond September 2 1861 – TEN – for Register – for Treasurer – Columbia S.C. – Receivable in payment of all dues except export duties. – TEN – $10