There was no confederate money in 1851.
Confederate money is worthless.
Confederate money is completely worthless. It is worth nothing in the US.
No, even genuine Confederate money which was used during the War between the States has no value now, not even as collectors' items.
It's in the certificates themselves. People collect these. I'd take my bonds to an appraiser to find out what they're worth, but Confederate bonds are definitely worth money.
If it's legit (meaning it's confederate) then you got some money comin. All real confederate money is rare. Rare enoungh to inflate their worth 3000% sometimes. Many imitation Confederate notes were made, and made to look old. Most will have 'Facsimile' in small print on the bottom (usually) of one side.
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.
i think the south they had most of their land burned and they lost so confederate money was worth nothing
its worth being recycled
There was no Confederate money in 1845.
It wouldn't matter. After the Civil War ended and the Union was restored, Confederate citizenship became as irrelevant as Confederate money.
The Kroner is an obsolete monetary unit, so it is a bit like comparing Federal Reserve Notes with Confederate Money.
how much is 1861 1000 bonds is worth?
no about 5c
President Abraham Lincoln
Printed more Confederate dollars, and the currency became worthless.
Various banks in Mississippi issued Confederate money.
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.
One thousand dollars
Genuine examples are fairly valuable, but the market is saturated with replicas. It's impossible to give a specific value without knowing details about the note.