September 2nd, 1861 Richmond $20 Confederate Beehive Bill Value
Description: The $20 bill pictured above comes in many different print variations and telling a genuine from counterfeit example can be challenging at times. If you are unsure, send us a clear image and we’ll respond to you within 24 hours with our best offer. At the center of the bill is a woman seated next to a beehive, cherub, and the number 20. The lower-left corner is a picture of Alexander Stephens. To the right is a standing woman and an anchor with a palm tree in the background. There are letter “XX” in the bottom right corner signifying the denomination of $20 bills for this confederate note.
Value: The value of most twenty dollar confederate bills is based upon serial number and condition. Unless in very high grade, these bills won’t be worth very much money. Most will be worth $20 but we’ve paid over $75 for pristine notes.
Text: $20 – Fundable in eight percent stock of bonds of the Confederate states – 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 Twenty dollars to bearer – No. – Richmond, September 2nd 1861 – For Register – For Treasurer – B. Duncan Richmond – XX – Twenty – 20