It would be priceless because an 1834 CSA bill would be from an alternate universe. In our timeline the Confederacy existed only from 1861 to 1865.
Please take another look and post a new question with the bill's actual date. However most "Confederate" bills on the market are replicas.
what is the value of a 1834 $10 bill
The exact value of a Bill of Sale for a slave in 1834 would actually be dependent upon a number of factors. Most importantly, the condition of the document.
What is the value of a Confederate $100 bill dated 2/171867
The value is about 39$ if the bill is in good condition
There was no Confederate money in 1845.
I have a confederate 100 dollar bill dated feb 17th 1864. I know it is not a copy.it has 10856 on the front and richmond. can you tell me the value?
The Confederacy was not in existence in 1962.
You need to have it checked to see if it's genuine. Confederate currency was widely copied and counterfeited.
Sounds like a bad fake to me. The Confederacy only existed from 1861 to 1865.
Please look again and post a new question. As you can verify in any history book, the Confederacy existed from 1861 to 1865.
There was no 1834 British Pound or Sovereign minted.
whats the value of 1834 one cent in very good shape
The US Civil War ended in 1865 so there would not be a Confederate bill dated 1867. Please check again and post a new, separate question.
if not #834, 125-279 on ebay
Please check your history books. The Confederacy ended in 1865 - they lost the Civil War, after all. Anything you have dated 1925 claiming to be a Confederate bill is clearly a fake.
Nothing, because the Confederacy no longer existed in 1867.
An 1864 500-dollar Confederate note can be worth over $850. This value is dependent on the bill's condition, and whether or not it has been authenticated.
The Confederacy ended in 1865, so there cannot be an 1868 bill. Possibly a promisory note payable in 1868. Actually, the former confederate states continued to print money until they were re-admitted to the union which happened in 1868-1870.. so there are Confederate bills printed in 1868...the value is unknown to me.... but they were not worth very much in 1868... a bar of soap was about $300.00 confederate...
Please check that date again. There were no silver certificates before 1878. Perhaps your bill is from 1934.
I have an 1834 Springfield mussel loader shot gun and would like to know the value of it, and am willing to sell it.
There's no such thing, because there was no CSA until 1861.
Assuming your bill is genuine, many are valued in price close to $35 each. The amount will vary depending upon the condition that the bill is in. However many "Confederate" banknotes are actually replicas that have been sold in gift shops or even printed as advertising tie-ins. It's important to have your bill examined in person by an expert dealer or appraiser who works with Confederate currency.
It's either not dated 1829 or it's not Confederate, or possibly both. Remember that the Civil War took place from 1861 to 1865 so there couldn't be a Confederate bill from 30+ years earlier. In any case the vast majority of Confederate "bills" are modern replicas. There's more information at the Related Question.