Confederate Currency

What Is Confederate Currency

The Confederacy issued Confederate Currency from 1861 to 1864.  Denominations range from $0.50, $1.00, $2.00, $5.00, $10, $20, $50, $100, $500 and $1000.  Confederate Money is collectible and in demand.  Quality Coin and Gold is always buying and selling Confederate Money.  Because we have hundreds of graded notes in inventory we are your best source for Confederate Currency,

Sell Confederate Currency

Midwest Coin is always buying Confederate Money.  We buy all genuine Confederate Money.  Sell graded or raw (loose) notes.  Because Midwest Coin is a Highly Rated Dealer we are the best choice to sell Confederate Currency to.

Buy Confederate Currency

Buy Confederate Currency from Quality Coin and Gold.  We have hundreds of graded notes in inventory.  Becuase we have a large selection we are your best source to buy Confederate Currency from.

Counterfeit Confederate Currency

You may want to know how to tell if your Confederate Currency is real.  The collector market has many fake notes. The words “Facsimile” or “Copy” are obvious giveaways.  Also, heavy weight paper is another indicator.  Low quality printing may be a sign of fake currency.    Similarly, all notes of $10,000, $100,000 and $1,000,000 are fake.  Because there are so many fake notes you should buy PMG and PCGS Certified and Graded currency so you know what you are getting is real.  PMG (NGC) and PCGS grading companies are the most respected grading companies.

What is Confederate Currency Worth?

Multiple factors affect the value of Confederate Money.  Factors may include denomination, year, grade and ff the notes were actually issued.  Additionally, PMG and PCGS graded currency have a higher value than non graded currency.  If you are looking to sell Quality Coin and Gold offers no obligation evaluations and purchase offers.  We are always buying and have an extensive network of collector clients eager to purchase high quality, rare Confederate Currency.  Therefore you should contact us now for a no obligation evaluation.