Confederate States of America one dollar bill and 50 dollar bill copy

Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by CASEY MOMA, Jan 10, 2019.


Was curious if these were worth any money or if I should just keep them as a souvaneir?

  1. Yes it’s worth keeping

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  2. No reason to keep it

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    CASEY MOMA The Newbie

    83880182-F1D8-4BAC-BB1D-B03A5FB3C8B9.jpeg My husband found these while going through some stuff left in a box at his parents house, he says they’re fake because of the word facsimile on the lower back, but are they worth anything of value?

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  3. SteveInTampa

    SteveInTampa Always Learning

    Welcome to the Paper Money side of Coin Talk @CASEY MOMA .

    I’m not familiar with values on these facsimiles and yours are pretty beat up, with corners missing. I can’t imagine someone wanting to pay much for them.
  4. daveydempsey

    daveydempsey Well-Known Member

    They look like the novelty ones I used to collect in the early 60's in the UK.
    ABC Chewing Gum Company, "Civil War Notes".

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    daveydempsey Well-Known Member


    CASEY MOMA The Newbie

    I really really appricate the feedback! I’m new to this, and you all on here have been abdolulty amazing! Thank you for the responses
  7. George McClellan

    George McClellan Active Member

    I collected "COPY" CSA /"broken bank" when it became easily and abundantly and cheaply available on eBay...:jawdrop:
    My excuse being that until then, CSA Facsimiles were uncommon curiosities.:woot:

    Purists of CSA should check for "correct reverse", appropriate colors,:wideyed:
    ...and non-antiqued smooth paper.:watching:

    I've given everything away except for 1995 Confederate Treasury reprint...:)
  8. George McClellan

    George McClellan Active Member

    ..and Criswell is not in color....
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