CDN has completed the pricing of Confederate Notes

CDN Publishing, home of the industry-standard Greensheet newsletter, now offers the complete pricing of Confederate States of America (CSA) currency type set, which consists of 72 individual notes. This information is unprecedented and important for dealers and collectors of this historic, yet controversial, material.

by Patrick Ian Perez l Published on October 25, 2019

We are happy to announce we have completed pricing the entire Confederate States of America (CSA) currency type set, which consists of 72 individual notes. The notes are priced in the same standard grades we have in the Greensheet: VG8, F12, VF20, VF35, XF40, AU50, AU58, CU60, CU63, CU64, CU65, CU66, and CU67. Of course, not all types exist in all grades, and our pricing reflects that. High grade and finest-known Confederate notes have seen a significant increase in price recently. All pricing can also be found online at coinprices.com.

A few important notes to keep in mind when consulting these prices: the price listed for each type is for the most common variety; many CSA types are found with multiple varieties, some much scarcer than others. Also, prices are for uncancelled notes; cut-cancelled notes will trade at lower levels, sometimes significantly so. As always, notes with problems – tears, pinholes, repairs, etc. – will trade at a discount. Specialized reference books should be consulted to determine the variety of your notes. We welcome any feedback on this series, please send to pricing@greysheet.com

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Author: Patrick Ian Perez

Patrick Ian Perez image Patrick Ian Perez began as a full time numismatist in June of 2008. For six years he owned and operated a retail brick and mortar coin shop in southern California. He joined the Coin Dealer Newsletter in August of 2014 and was promoted to Editor in June 2015. In addition to United States coins, his numismatic interests include world paper money, world coins with an emphasis on Mexico and Germany, and numismatic literature. Patrick has been also published in the Journal of the International Bank Note Society (IBNS).