September 2nd, 1861 Richmond $20 Orange Confederate Bill Value
Description: It’s not too often you see $20 Confederate bills with a red/orange overprint as seen in the picture above. In great condition, these bills will be worth good money. At the top center, you’ll notice a woman seated with a globe and paperwork with ships sailing in the background. In the top corners are the number “20”‘s. The bottom left corner has a fully suited armored woman with a shield and spear. The bottom right has a standing blacksmith with an anvil. These Confederate notes have no back print, and the front is always printed in black ink with an orange/red overprint.
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 $250 but we’ve paid over $1,000 for pristine notes.
Text: $20 – Fundable in eight percent stock or bonds of Confederate states of America – No. – Six months after the ratification of a treaty of peace between the Confederate states of America and the United States the Confederate States will pay twenty dollars to the bearer – Richmond VA – September 2nd 1861 -Receivable in payment of all dues except export duties – Southern bank note company – orange ink – 20 – Twenty