What Is the Value of an 1864 Confederate 500 Dollar Bill?

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The value of an 1864 Confederate 500 dollar bill all depends on its quality and whether it has been in circulation or is in mint condition. Currently, as of December 2012, an online auction site has a similar item going for approximately $74.
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