Value of April 6th 1863 Confederate $100 Bill from Richmond, Virginia
|Year: 6th April 1863||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 is known as the “Women of the South” note. It has a picture of Lucy H. Pickens in the center. In the lower right corner is a picture of George W. Randolph. Along the left side of the note are two soldiers holding rifles. This note was printed on watermarked paper with black and red ink on the front and green ink on the back.
If the serial number of your note is 933, 2248, 2575, 29063, 29200, or 57226 then what you have is a reproduction with no collector value. Please do not contact us if you have a reproduction.
|Inscriptions: “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 One Hundred Dollars/ Richmond 6th April, 1863/ Keatinge & Ball Columbia, S.C.”
“Circulating Treasury Note/ Fundable in stocks or bonds of The Confederate States/ Receivable for all dues except export duties”
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