How Much Is a 1862 Confederate 5 Dollar Bill Worth?

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How much an 1862 Confederate 5 dollar bill is worth will largely depend on its' condition as well as what the demand for the note is like around the time of sale. It will also depend on how much the seller wants for it or how much a buyer is willing to pay. It appears as though the value could be anywhere between $20 and $200.
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