What is a Confederate $2 bill worth?

What is a Confederate $2 bill worth?

Most Confederate currency bills are worth between $5 and $20 each. Condition is a big issue. If Confederate bills are very crisp and have not been folded or circulated, they can be worth $10 to $100 each.

Who is on Confederate $2 bill?

State Judah Benjamin
This $2 paper note not only marks the last of its denomination it also was from the 7th and final series of currency issued by the Confederacy. The note features a portrait of Confederate Secretary of the State Judah Benjamin, one of the most capable members of President Jefferson Davis’ cabinet.

How much is an 1862 $2 bill worth?

Most large size two-dollar bills issued from 1862 through 1918, are highly collectible and are worth at least $100 in well-circulated condition. Uncirculated large size notes are worth at least $500 and can go up to $10,000 or more.

Is Confederate bills worth anything?

Today, though, Confederate dollars have value as a collectible item. Just like people will pay money to own a Civil War hat or musket, they will pay money to own Confederate money. Some rare Confederate bills are now worth 10 times more than they were in 1861.

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.

What was Confederate money used for?

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How do I know if I have Confederate money?

Who is on a $1000 bill?

Grover Cleveland
$1,000 Bill – Grover Cleveland President Grover Cleveland’s face appears on the $1,000 bill, which like the $500 bill dates to 1918. Hamilton’s face initially appeared on the denomination. The Fed and Treasury discontinued the $1,000 bill in 1969.