What Is the Value of Confederate Money?

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All genuine Confederate currency has value to collectors, depending on its rarity and condition, and, in 2014, ranges in value from under $100 to tens of thousands, according to CSA Notes. Because modern reproductions are extremely common, all Confederate notes must be authenticated. Counterfeit notes made during the Confederacy, however, have value from $10 to $100, depending on their origins, explains Heritage Auctions.