Common Currency Replicas

Replicas of major currency rarities are very common. In the 1960's they were produced as promotional items for cereal boxes. Most ranged from Colonial Currency and Obsolete Bank Notes from the early to mid 1800's to issues of the Confederate States of America. Today the same replicas are often sold at Civil War battlefield gift shops and other history related gift and novelty shops. Most replicas are printed on a yellowish-brown paper that is generally very stiff and even brittle. Today, none of these notes are valuable. Here are some of the commonly seen issues.

New York Currency $10 1776

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Citizens' Bank of Louisiana $1 18__

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New Jersey Eighteen Pence 1776

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Canal Bank $100

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Georgia $4 1777

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The Bank of United States $1000 1840

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North Carolina $4 1778

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Confederate States of America $1 1862

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Delaware Five Shillings 1776

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Confederate States of America $1 1864

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State of Mississippi $1 1870

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Confederate States of America $5 1864

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State of Mississippi $3 1870

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Confederate States of America $5 1864

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State of Mississippi $10 1863

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Confederate States of America $50 1864

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State of Mississippi $20 1863

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Confederate States of America $100 1862

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State of Mississippi $50 1863

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Confederate States of America $500 1864

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State of Mississippi $100 1863

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Confederate States of America $1000 1861

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State of Mississippi $100 1862

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Republic of Texas $3 1840

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Virginia Treasury Note $100 1862

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Republic of Texas $50 1839

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Bank of North America $1 1862

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The Government of Texas $20 1838

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The Corporation of the City of Albany $.10 1862

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One Million Dollar Note $1,000,000 1996
Serial Number: G85018749A

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The Presidents Bank $5 1852

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One Million Dollar Note $1,000,000 1996
Serial Number: C34387269A

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