June 2nd, 1862 Richmond $2 Confederate Bill Value (Green Print)
Description: $2 Confederate bills dated June 2nd, 1862 should all come with handwritten serial numbers and signatures. The date will be engraved. If yours isn’t, it’s likely fake. At the top left corner is a portrait of Judah P. Benjamin, a cabinet officer for the Confederate States. What sets this Confederate note apart from others is the dark green overprint seen on the bills. This was done to deter counterfeiters back in the day.
At the top center is a battle between two men, with a sword, shield, and an eagle at the center. On either side of them are two number 2’s, representing the denomination of the confederate bill. Consider us strong buyers of this type of Confederate paper money.
Value: The value of most two 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 $50 but we’ve paid over $150 for pristine notes.
Text: $2 – Six months after the ratification of a treaty of peace between the Confederate States & The United States First/Second Series the Confederate States of America will pay two dollars to the bearer. B. Duncan. Columbia S.C. Fundable in eight per cent stock or bonds of the confederate states. For register – For treasurer – 2 – Two