September 2nd, 1861 Richmond $5 Green Confederate Bill Value
Description: These $5 Confederate bills will have a lot of green ink on them, which differentiates them from most Confederate paper money. The Confederate States of America printed a lot of duplicate denomination paper money dated July 2nd, 1861. If your bill does not look like the image pictured above, check out our full Confederate paper money guide we wrote here.
At the center of each bill is a portrait of C.G. Memminger. These bills come with a green overprint. If your bill is not green or blue, then you either have a fake bill or a different genuine variety. To the right is a standing woman in armor with a spear resting on the number 5. We’re strong buyers of this type of Confederate paper money, contact us today with pictures.
Value: The value of most five dollar confederate bills is based upon serial number and condition. Most will be worth $150 but we’ve paid over $800 for pristine notes.
Text: Five Dollars – No. – 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 to bearer five dollars. – for Regr – for Treasr – Fundable in eight percent stock or bonds of the Confederate States of America – Receivable in payment of all dues except export duties – V – 5