Value of 1862 Confederate Paper Money $100 Bill from Richmond, Virginia
|Year: 1862||Type: Confederate Paper Money||Denomination: One Hundred Dollar Bill|
|Value: The value of all confederate money is based on the condition of each bill|
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|Description: This $100 Confederate note shows two slaves working the cotton fields in the center. On the right side of the note is a standing woman in flowing robes (Columbia). On the left side of the note is a picture of John C. Calhoun. This note was printed with black and red ink on plain and watermarked paper. This note has various handwritten dates.
If the serial number of your note is 108, 4114, 25208, 50371, 52042, 53453, 57939, 65798, 84389, 127208, or 148406 then what you have is a reproduction with no collector value. Please do not contact us if you have a reproduction.
|The backs of these issues are blank, but they could be stamped or inscribed|
|Inscriptions: “Six Months 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 One Hundred Dollars with interest at two cents per day/ Richmond/ Receivable in payment of all dues except export duties/ Keatinge & Ball, Columbia SC”
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