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Token: US Confederate Novelty Pieces: 5 and 20 Dollars, 1/4 Cent  1861 to 1864
Token: US Confederate Novelty Pieces: 5 and 20 Dollars, 1/4 Cent 1861 to 1864

The Confederate States of America issued two coins in their short history. Genuine CSA one cent and 50 cent coins are worth thousands of US dollars, but there are many counterfeits and cheap imitations.

The CSA did not issue any gold coins. If your coin looks like gold, it is a novelty piece that sells for a few dollars. There is a great page summarizing CSA currency over at Pinterest [Press Here].

We have write-ups on genuine CSA coins at these links:

- Cent
- Half Dollar

There is a great web site dedicated to these coins at CSACurrency.com.

To add even more confusion, there are odd denomination pieces kicking around. These are all most certainly fakes and reproductions designed to fool unwary tourists during their treks through Dixieland. As far as I know, all are worthless, or of low value.


Coin: 1388 , Genre: United States
Requested by: Luis Sousa, Fri, 25-Sep-2009 00:30:18 GMT
Answered by: Paul, Mon, 23-Sep-2013 15:13:44 GMT
Reviewed by CoinQuest. Appraisal ok., Fri, 01-Aug-2014 13:51:03 GMT
Requester description: 1861 1861 CSA confederate stets of america $20 dollar coin
Tags: token tokens toke usa us confederate csa confederacy novelty piece peice pieces 5 20 dollar doller dol dollars 1 4 cent chain cloud state stated stets stato stado staate statehood states tates america couds clouds

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