July 25th, 1862 Richmond $100 Confederate Bill Value
Description: $100 Confederate bills dated October 25th, 1862 should all come with handwritten serial numbers, signatures, and date. If yours doesn’t, its likely fake. At the top center are people hoeing cotton. At the bottom left is a portrait of John C. Calhoun, to the right is a woman standing. These will typically have an orange overprint at the bottom center that says “HUNDRED” in large capitalized letters. Consider us strong buyers of this type of Confederate paper money.
Value: The value of most one-hundred-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: $100 – Richmond, 100 – Six months after the ratification of a treaty of peace between the Confederate States & The United States of America the Confederate States of America will pay to the bearer on demand one hundred dollars with interest at two per cents per day. For Register for Treasurer – Receivable in payment of all dues except export duties. Keatings & Ball Columbia S.C. – 100