How much is a 1864 $50 Confederate bill worth?

The value of an antique Confederate 50-dollar bills varies mainly according to the printing from which it hails. The 1864 printing was the largest, and thus, notes from that printing are the most common and the least valuable, often selling on eBay for less than $10.

How much is 1864 Confederate worth?

Graybacks became almost worthless. In late 1864, a few months before the war’s end, one Confederate dollar was worth just three cents in U.S. currency.

Are copies of Confederate money worth anything?

Confederate currency is far from worthless and can bring 50 or 100 times its face value today. Confederate paper money is, however, quite collectible in today’s market, depending on condition and rarity. In general, the earlier years like 1861-62 are more valuable.

How do I know if my Confederate money is real?

All Confederate notes have at least one serial number stamped or handwritten on them. Most of the serial numbers will be located on the top or bottom corners of the notes. Check the color of the paper. Notes of a lower denomination (especially the 50 cent notes) were printed on pink paper.

Where can I get Confederate money appraised?

As a certified currency dealer, the knowledgeable currency buyers at PGS Gold & Coin will verify the authenticity of your Confederate bills & other old paper money, evaluate the condition of each currency note, and provide you with an honest & accurate currency appraisal.

Is Jefferson Davis on money?

Jefferson Davis, Confederate States one and only President, is featured on the $50 bill and General Stonewall Jackson is shown on the $500 bill. Now after the war was over in 1865, the southern states rejoined the Union and again were using the U.S. currency.

Is it illegal to have Confederate money?

Confederate dollars are not accepted as legal tender anywhere. However, for collectors and dealers of obsolete currency, Confederate dollars are valuable as collectible items.

How much is a $10000 bill worth?

A $10,000 dollar bill in pristine (great) condition can be worth upwards of $140,000 to collectors. But even if your bill is in poor condition, it can still be worth around $30,000.

What is the meaning of Confederate money?

Confederate money is a form of exchange printed by the Confederate States of America (C.S.A.). The C.S.A. was made up of the states that seceded from the United States starting in December 1860 with South Carolina. formed their own Treasury and printed their own money – Confederate money.

Was Confederate paper money printed on both sides?

The bills in our collection were all issued by the Confederate States of America. It was not uncommon for notes to be printed on a single side or cut unevenly. Ultimately, by the end of the war, Confederate currency was nearly worthless, in part due to forgery as well as the loss of confidence in the Confederacy.

Is it legal to own Confederate money?

Can you sell Confederate money?

We buy all genuine Confederate Money. Sell graded or raw (loose) notes. Because Quality Coin and Gold is a Highly Rated Dealer we are the best choice to sell Confederate Currency to.

Is Confederate money worth anything?

The Confederate dollar has no value as currency today. However, surviving bills and coins have substantial significance to collectors of Confederate and Civil War memorabilia and collectors of out-of-date currencies.

Are Confederate bills worth anything?

Any fake confederate paper money is completely worthless and has no collector value. The good news is that there are still lots of rare and valuable confederate paper money available and waiting to be found. All the links below will take you to pages on our sister site about old currency.

What is Confederate money?

The confederate dollar was the currency of the Confederate States of America. It was used only during the civil war and rapidly lost value over the course of the war.