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  6. How To Tell If Your Confederate Money Is Real Money
A List Of Known Confederate Note Facsimiles
I frequently receive e-mails from persons wanting to know if the $500 Confederate note featuring the picture of Stonewall Jackson they have had in the family for ages, is real or not. If it has one of the following serial numbers: 16760, 18278, 26949 or 36776, then it is not real but rather a modern reproduction. Many reproduction or facsimile notes are printed on paper that has been chemically treated to give it an old, parchment-type look. The signatures at the bottom of these reproductions are usually stamped or signed in black ink. Nearly all original Confederate notes as well as most Southern State banknotes, were signed in brown ink, sometimes red or blue ink, but never black ink. Facsimile notes greatly outnumber the originals and generally were intended to commemorate the Civil War Centennial. These notes are available at historic battlefields or from Sutlers at many local Civil War reenactments. Some facsimile notes also were offered during the 1950's in boxes of Cheerios cereal and in the 1960's and 70's as promotional items for Topps and A.B.C. gum companies. The following is a list of known serial numbers that are modern reproductions of Confederate notes. This list was compiled based on my own recording of known fakes that are sold at re-enactments, gift shops, and flea markets, in addition to various sources such as the American Numismatic Association, rec.collecting.paper-money newsgroup and others. Notes on this list are modern copies and have no collector value.

During the Civil War, the Confederate states attempted to solve their vast financial problems by issuing their own paper money. Issued into circulation in 1861, the currency ran through 1864. Notes were printed in denominations of $0.50, $1.00, $2.00, $5.00, $10, $20, $50, $100, $500 and $1000. How to Tell If You Have Fake Money. The first paper money issued by the U.S. Treasury Department debuted in 1861, as a means of financing the Civil War. Congress soon replaced these original demand notes, or 'greenbacks,' with 'legal tender notes.' Since that time, United States currency has changed. N/A Worst Weak OK Good Great. I found 3 confederate notes in my parents estate, as follows: 1) $5 note dated September 2, 1861 with No. 2) $10 note dated February17th, 1864 No. 3) $20 note dated September 2, 1861 with the number blank (I do see a '7' on the left side.

If it looks like our bill then it is fake (even if the serial number is different). Hi im new to this thread and not very sure of the rules but i have a collection of old confederate money that im not really sure of the value of and have never had an interest in collecting but received it due to a family member passing, I am in florida can someone please help me find an appraiser, and or someone that can actually tell me if the money is real, Ive looked online and to the best.

CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA
50 Cent; Apr. 6, 1863104199, 104508, 861343
50 Cent; Feb. 17, 18646850, 83999
$1; June 2, 1862355, 49092, 50381
$1; Dec. 2, 1862658
$1; Apr. 6, 18631468, 16168, 18094
$1; Feb. 17, 18643691,32984, 42507, 76280, 82129, 82283, 83383, 89983
$2; June 2, 18622473, 6476, 48590, 211765
$2; Dec. 2, 186237232
$2; Apr. 6, 186346695, 51572
$2; Feb. 17, 18644505, 18491, 32098, 34098, 48840, 93609, 98840
$5; Jul. 25, 18611953, 2070
$5; Sept. 2, 18614763, 11225, 16767, 24497, 138570, 138590
$5; Dec. 2, 18626250
$5; Apr. 6, 186316165, 81072
$5; Feb. 17, 18641138, 18262, 19640, 22147, 23580, 45806, 47333, 50243, 68771, 76280
$10; Jul. 25, 186191497
$10; Sept. 2, 1861420, 470, 1484, 5089, 8005, 8007, 19107, 71339, 77389, 81484
$10; Sept. 2, 1862581355
$10; Dec. 2, 18622973
How To Tell If Your Confederate Money Is Real $10; Apr. 6, 186337728, 50883
$10; Feb. 17, 18648470, 9825, 14077, 22462, 31680, 32515, 40674, 40679, 45447, 45951, 45956, 55411, 83185
$20; Jul. 25, 186193351
$20; Sept. 2, 18611524, 1624, 4854, 11220, 15241, 15247, 102745, 131720
$20; Dec. 2, 186239590, 61372
$20; Apr. 6, 186377786 How can i tell if confederate money is real
$20; Feb. 17, 18641372, 2625, 2626, 13410, 18410, 23483, 46410, 76627, 80967, 93941
$20; illegible date15247
$50; Slaves hoeing, with various written dates in 18611365
$50; Geo. Washington to side, with various written dates in 18613866

How To Tell If Your Confederate Money Is Real Gold

$50; Jul. 25, 186149935
$50; Sept. 2, 186118441, 18443, 23510, 23961, 31351
$50; Dec. 2, 186260423, 85165
$50; Apr. 6, 18633987, 4553, 56557, 86557
$50; Feb. 17, 18645670, 5920, 14949, 24791, 25674, 59204, 61891, 70104, 72104, 77114
$100; with various written dates in 186185, 457, 487, 1367, 4182
$100; Jul.25, 1861323118
$100 with Train ;Various written dates May thru Oct. 186225208, 52042, 53453, 57939, 127208
$100; May 8, 1862108?
$100 with Slaves hoeing ;Various written dates Aug. 1862 thru Jan. 1863389, 459, 469, 4144, 50371, 65798
$100; Nov. 20, 186265798
$100; Dec. 2, 186284389
$100; Apr. 6, 186384, 933, 2248, 2575, 29063, 29200
$100; Feb. 17, 1864801, 836, 20396, 44248, 47128, 49953, 92685

How Can I Tell If Confederate Money Is Real

$500 with various written dates in 186185
$500; Feb. 17, 1864393, 3546, 9229, 14682, 16599, 16760, 18278, 19834, 26326, 26949, 33546, 36776, 82210
$1,000; May 28, 186146A, 82A, 88A, 176A, 178A, 197A, 297A, 321A
$1,000 with various written dates in 186112, 88A

How To Tell If Your Confederate Money Is Real Silver

$10,000 (no such denomination ever printed by the CSA)88

How To Tell If Your Confederate Money Is Real Value

$100,000; Jul. 5, 1861 (no such denomination ever printed by CSA)4832
Hope this helps a bit!

How Do I Know If Confederate Money Is Real


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How To Tell If Your Confederate Money Is Real Money


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