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About U.S. Paper Money Values

Since 1986, the Greensheet has been the industry standard for the wholesale valuation of United States paper money. We now offer CPG (retail) values as well.



 
 
 
 

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Delaware Colonial Currency

Issue of 1729 :

 
 

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Georgia Colonial Currency

1735-1745 Oglethorpe Bills :

 
 

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Maryland Colonial Currency

Issue of 1733 :

 
 

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Massachusetts Colonial Currency

Issue of December 10, 1690 :

 
 

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New Hampshire Colonial Currency

Issue of 1709 :

 
 

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New Jersey Colonial Currency

Issue of July 1, 1709 :

 
 

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New York Colonial Currency

Issue May 31, 1709 :

 
 

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North Carolina Colonial Currency

Issue of 1712-1713 :

 
 

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Pennsylvania Colonial Currency

Issue of April 2, 1723 :

 
 

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Rhode Island Colonial Currency

Issue of August 16, 1710 :

 
 

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South Carolina Colonial Currency

Issue of May 8, 1703 :

 
 

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Vermont Colonial Currency

Issue of February 1781 :

 
 

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Virginia Colonial Currency

Issue of June 1755 :

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Small Size National Bank Notes

Type One : Type Two :

 
 

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Fractional Currency

First Issue : Second Issue : Third Issue : Fourth Issue : Fifth Issue :

 
 

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Military Payment Certificates

Series 461 : Series 471 : Series 472 : Series 481 : Series 521 : Series 541 : Series 591 : Series 611 : Series 641 : Series 651 : Series 661 : Series 681 : Series 691 : Series 692 : Series 701 :

 
 

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Confederate & Southern States

Confederate States :

 
 

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Encased Postage

Postage stamps encased in a brassy-metal housing were invented by A.M. Gault in 1861 to alleviate a severe shortage of coinage. They were issued only in 1861 by a handful of private businesses. A piece of mica (clear plastic) was used to protect the stamp in its frame. A small number of these fascinating paper money-token crossover items survive today and very few in top quality condition. This is a collectible worthy of greater attention as values have not been well defined for items of superior condition.

 
 

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