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All Confederate currency that is genuine has some value to collectors. Most of the 1864 issue notes are very common (an exception being the $500 note, which is common but popular and is worth from $200 to $400 depending on condition). Earlier issues range from common to rare. All issues from 1861 in Montgomery are very valuable, and we suggest consultation with one the currency experts if you have such a note. Unfortunately replicas of Confederate currency are very common, and are often printed on crisp, brown paper that seems to be antique. Genuine notes are always hand-signed and numbered. Although the replicas appear to be hand-signed and numbered as well, close inspection will easily determine that the signatures on replicas are printed in the same ink as on the rest of the note. Contemporary counterfeits made the time of issue for circulation have some collector value ranging from $10 to $100 and sometimes more depending on condition and the specific circumstances of issue.

 
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