February 17th, 1864 Richmond $20 Confederate Bill Value
Description: These old $20 confederate bills have a picture of the Tennessee State Capitol (Wiki) at the center of every banknote. On the left side you’ll see a vertical “TWENTY” and at the upper right a “20” signifying the denomination of the bill. Lastly, in the bottom right corner of the $20 confederate bill is a portrait of Alexander H. Stephen (Wiki) who was a Vice President of the Confederate States from 1861 to 1865.
Many people are surprised when I tell them how common Confederate paper money actually is. The value of confederate paper money following the civil was relatively worthless. Did you know: after the civil war, this antique confederate money was so common and value-less, people used it as wallpaper in the interior designs of their homes.
You should still consider sending us a photo(s) of your confederate banknotes as you may have something valuable. Consider us strong buyers of this type of Confederate paper money.
Value: The value of these confederate $20 bills ranges depending on the serial number and overall condition. High condition bills will be worth sometimes over $50, while poor condition bills are worth around $10.
Text: $20 – twenty dollars – Richmond – Two years after the ratification of a treaty of peace between the confederate states and the United states of america – the confederate states of america will pay to the bearer on demand twenty dollars – February 17th 1864 – for register – for treasurer – engraved by Keatinge & ball Columbia S.C. – twenty – 20