Value of September 2nd 1861 Confederate $10 Bill from Richmond Slaves Picking Cotton
|Year: Sept 2nd, 1861||Type: Confederate Paper Money||Denomination: Ten Dollar Bill|
|Value: The value of all confederate money is based on the condition of each bill|
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|Description: This $10 Confederate note shows a black slave picking cotton in the center and has an illustration of a landscape on the right side of the note. This note was printed with black ink. There is no design on the back.
If the serial number of your note is 470, 970, 1484, 5089, 8005, 8007, 19107, 77389, 91497, or 94129 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, The Confederate States of America will pay Ten Dollars to Bearer/ Richmond, September 2, 1861/ Fundable in Eight Percent Stock or Bonds of Confederate States of America/ Receivable in Payment of all dues except Export Duties/ B. Duncan Richmond”
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