You can examine it closely for wording like "FACSIMILE" or "REPLICA" ... some copies were marked this way. Otherwise, have it examined by an expert. Check out the following website for coin shows in your area, where you can take the currency and have it appraised for free : http://www.coinshows.com
One thing you can do is to ask for a Certificate of Authenticity. This will help to verify that the apparel is authentic.
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how.much is the confederate currency set a worth?
There was no confederate soldier ever pictured on confederacy currency. General George Washington was featured on one of the bank notes that was in circulation.
Printed more Confederate dollars, and the currency became worthless.
Scientists took DNA samples from the remains of the Romanov family and compared them to DNA samples from known living relatives to know they were authentic.
The piece is not authentic, but a coin dealer may be interested in it.
All authentic Confederate Cents are date 1861 with values of more than $100,000.00 Many replicas have been made.
You need to have it checked to see if it's genuine. Confederate currency was widely copied and counterfeited.
You can contact coach with the serial number from your bag to verify it is authentic.
Chris Hamrick goes by Confederate Currency.
You don't give a date with the question, but it doesn't matter. All the authentic Confederate coins are well accounted for. Many copies and replicas exist.
While they did not have a completely different currency, like Dollars and Euro's, the confederate states did have slight differences on their notes, and so was worth a different amount depending on what store they were in. The different stores had different worths for the other sides currency than their own, so the Federal money was worth a different amount in the Confederate store, and vice verca.
Yes. You can still buy Confederate money at coin shows.
The L.W.Bristol Classics is a known maker of Confederate coin reproductions. There are only 4 authentic 1861 Liberty Seated half dollars with the Confederate reverse. This piece has no numismatic collectible value.
They had slaves to plant crops for them They had Confederate Currency and had leaders that fought better
ANSWER:During the 1820's the government of the United States printed currency, as it does today. It was good, and was accepted in every state.But, with the American Civil War, the United State continued to print currency, but, the Confederate States of America decided to print their own currency. This being the fact, that they were no longer part of the Union.However, over a period of time, the Confederate currency would not be worth the paper it was printed on, and United States currency would be hard to come by in the South.
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Confederate money was made in the Confederate States of America---not the US. The southern states seceded from the Union and formed their own country. Every country produces their own currency so people can buy and sale in the market.
Many people doubted the value of paper money and raised the prix of goods
The Confederate army during the Civil War did not initially have a standard uniform. The Confederacy also suffered from a lack of stable currency.
Authentic examples of the 1776 Continental Currency dollar are very rare, 7 different varieties are known. To find a picture of a real one, use the search box on your browser and type in 1776 Continental Dollar and click on images. This should bring up pictures of authentic examples.
OSHA certification is assumed to be authentic. If there is any doubt, OSHA should be contacted. Tampering with government certification of any kind is a felony.