How Much Is a Confederate 100 Bill Worth?

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The price of a Confederate 100 dollar bill worth is dependent on when it was made, condition. and if it is real or counterfeit. In most cases if the confederate money that was counterfeited by the union will be worth more that the real thing. The price can range from 15 dollars to a couple of thousand dollars.
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The vast majority of "Confederate" bills found today are actually replicas sold in souvenir shops or included in memento sets. Those made within the last 35 years or so
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1. Look at the bill. Touch the edges with your hands. Creators hand-sheared these bills, producing rough border. If the bill feels very smooth, it may well be a fake. 2. Look at the
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Catalog value for Confederate States of America P-45, $100 dated 25 August 1862: $40 in good condition, $75 in Fine condition, $110 in Extremely Fine condition
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It depends on the condition, rarity and the artistic design of the bill. If it is a real confederate bill or not plays a part in the value. A coin shop can help ...
It depends on the condition, rarity and the artistic design of the bill. If it is a real confederate bill or not plays a part in the value. A coin shop can help ...
It depends on the condition, rarity and the artistic design of the bill. If it is a real confederate bill or not plays a part in the value. A coin shop can help ...
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