Confederate Paper Money Values
We’re always adding new additions of old currency to our personal collections. Confederate paper money was printed during the Civil War by the Confederates States of America. These bills were printed during a time of war and at times have poor printing quality. That’s what makes Confederate bills difficult to authenticate at times.
Some of these old Confederate bills can be worth thousands of dollars. It really depends on how many were produced and how many survived until today. Like most paper money, the older your Confederate money is, and the better the condition, the more money it will likely be worth.
Important: Most Confederate paper money people offer us is fake. Fake, or counterfeit, paper money has zero value to us. Please send us a clear photo, front and back, of your old confederate paper money. We will respond within 24 hours with our best offer.
We offer the most informative and complete Confederate paper money guide on the internet. See the paper money listed below to learn more. Contact us if you have any questions.
Do you want to know the value of your bills? You’ve come to the right place. We’ll tell you exactly what you need to know.
If you’ve stumbled upon old Confederate Currency, there is a high probability your bill is unfortunately fake. The only way we can authenticate these bills is by photo, so please do not call us.
This guide will provide valuable information below. Here’s a quick summary of the key points:
- Old Confederate Paper money values
- Fake and real confederate paper money
- Different varieties of Confederate paper money and their values
- Condition is King when figuring out values
- Most bills are fake, send us photos (don’t call) to determine authenticity and value
Keep reading to learn if your Confederate bill is potentially worth thousands.
How many types of Confederate notes were printed?
There were 72 types of Confederate paper money bills ever printed. In this guide, we go over all of them. Make sure if you want to sell your Confederate paper money, contact us only by e-mail or text. Please do not call us as we cannot determine if your bill is fake or real over the phone.
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1861 Confederate Currency
The first year the Confederate States printed money was 1861. Confederate paper money was only printed from 1861 to 1864, yet there was a lot of it printed.
Most 1861 Confederate currency is worth decent money which we’ll dive more into with this guide. The later the date on your Confederate bill, chances are it will be worth less money. There are always other factors to take into consideration, like the condition of the bill and serial number.
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1862 Confederate Currency
Most confederate bills have handwritten signatures, dates, and serial numbers. Sometimes it’s difficult to see what’s been written.
It’s important to remember a Civil war was happening during the time of printing. Signers and printers couldn’t take their time. This is also why 1862 Confederate bills will have crude prints. Generals and administrators of paper money didn’t have time nor supplies to re-print mistakes or errors on bills.
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1863 Confederate Currency
Previous years for Confederate currency look nearly identical to a lot of the 1863 Confederate bills. A lot of the times the only difference will be a colored overprint, date, and signatures. Uncirculated Confederate bills can be worth a lot of money, contact us if you’re interested in selling.
1864 Confederate Currency
1864 was the final year the Confederate States printed paper money. $500 dollar bills from 1864 are valuable, however, there are a lot of counterfeit examples known. The Confederate States only printed the five hundred dollar bill for two years, 1861 & 1864. Every other 1864 Confederate bill won’t be worth much money, but we still buy them (as long as they’re real).
Do not call us about your Confederate paper money from 1864. Please only text or email us with pictures. This will save both you and myself a lot of time. Without pictures, there is no way to tell if the bills are fake or real. It can sometimes be challenging to authenticate over a photo, so make sure to take as clear photos as you can.
Contact us today (by text or email) if you have old Confederate paper money for sale.
Most Confederate paper money from 1861 to 1864 people send us pictures of is 100% fake. But we definitely do buy all genuine Confederate paper money from around the country. Consider us serious buyers of all types of old paper money. Contact us via text or email (with pictures) and we’ll get back to you within 24 hours with our best offer.
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