September 2nd, 1861 Richmond $5 Seated Man Confederate Bill Value
Description: In great condition these bills can bring more money and are actually collectible. Since this particular series lacks security features, there’s a higher probability of you having a counterfeit confederate bill.
At the center of these $5 bills is a man seated, leaning against cotton bales while looking at sailing ships in the distance. The top left corner is the number 5 denoting the denomination of the bill. The bottom left is a portrait of C.G. Memminger. To the right are two women, one kneeling holding a number five and one standing while holding a scale. At the bottom center is a tiny steamboat printed on the confederate bill.
Value: The value of most five dollar confederate bills is based upon serial number and condition. Most will be worth $30 but we’ve paid over $75 for pristine notes.
Text: 5 – V – Fundable in eight per cent stock or bonds of the Confederate States – Six months after the ratification of a treaty of peace between the confederate state and the United states the confederate states of America will pay five dollars to the bearer – No. – Richmond September 2 1861 – B. Duncan – for Register – for Trasurer – Five – Richmond – $5