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Confederate Currency

Legal tender or forced tender is payment that, by law, cannot be refused in settlement of a debt denominated in the same currency. more...

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Legal tender is a status which may be conferred on certain examples of a money, which may depend on circumstances including the amount of money. The term legal tender does not refer to the money itself.

Legal tender is a concept that is frequently misunderstood: this is often a result of differing legal definitions in different jurisdictions. Cheques, credit cards, debit cards and similar non-cash methods of payment are not generally defined as legal tender. Only specific coin and note examples of cash money are usually defined as legal tender. A large number of small value coins is usually not considered to be legal tender. Some jurisdictions may, by law, forbid or otherwise restrict payment made other than by legal tender. An example of such a law outlaws the use of foreign coins and bank notes, or by requiring a licence to perform financial transactions in a foreign currency.

In some jurisdictions legal tender can be refused as payment if no debt exists prior to the time of payment (for example, where the obligation to pay arises substantially contemporaneously with the offer of payment). Consequently vending machines and transport staff do not have to accept the largest denomination of banknote for a single bus fare or bar of chocolate, and even shopkeepers can reject large banknotes - this is covered by the legal concept known as invitation to treat. However, restaurants that do not collect money until after a meal is served would have to accept that legal tender for payment of the debt incurred in purchasing the meal.

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Uncirculated Confederate States Of America $1000 Bill Large Gold Proof CoinUncirculated Confederate States Of America $1000 Bill Large Gold Proof Coin $9.99 1864 Ten Dollars Confederate States of America Richmond1864 Ten Dollars Confederate States of America Richmond $45.00
$100 Confederate States of America Richmond Feb. 17, 1864 One Hundred Dollars$100 Confederate States of America Richmond Feb. 17, 1864 One Hundred Dollars $45.00 April 6, 1863 $10 Confederate Note T59April 6, 1863 $10 Confederate Note T59 $48.00
Large ten dollar $10 1864 series Confederate Currency Richmond Va # 72943Large ten dollar $10 1864 series Confederate Currency Richmond Va # 72943 $5.10 1863 $1 State of Alabama1863 $1 State of Alabama $27.00
1864 $20 Confederate States of America Capitol Building * obsolete currency B+1864 $20 Confederate States of America Capitol Building * obsolete currency B+ $7.99 $5 note Confederate States of America 1864- not all there$5 note Confederate States of America 1864- not all there $10.83
1862 $5 Confederate States of America V F Type 53/3851862 $5 Confederate States of America V F Type 53/385 $54.00 February 17, 1864 $10 Confederate Note T68February 17, 1864 $10 Confederate Note T68 $59.00
Confederate CurrencyConfederate Currency $77.77 1864 Csa Richmond Va $100 Note, Great Condition1864 Csa Richmond Va $100 Note, Great Condition $26.00
New Collecting Confederate Paper Money Book 2014 Field Edition by Pierre Fricke.New Collecting Confederate Paper Money Book 2014 Field Edition by Pierre Fricke. $29.99 Two Well Worn 1863 Confederate Notes from Alabama / VirginiaTwo Well Worn 1863 Confederate Notes from Alabama / Virginia $19.00
Confederate $5 NoteConfederate $5 Note $25.00 1862 Confederate Ten Dollar Note - Poor Condition - 100% Authentic -1862 Confederate Ten Dollar Note - Poor Condition - 100% Authentic - $38.99
1864 Al-7 Confederate Currency $10 Note Alabama - Xf1864 Al-7 Confederate Currency $10 Note Alabama - Xf $95.00 Framed Confederate Twenty Dollar Bill And Ammunition, Battle Of FredericksburgFramed Confederate Twenty Dollar Bill And Ammunition, Battle Of Fredericksburg $74.99
1864 Csa Richmond Va $20 Note1864 Csa Richmond Va $20 Note $18.50 1861 $5 Confederate States Of America Type 36/278 Vf1861 $5 Confederate States Of America Type 36/278 Vf $110.00
1863 Nc-27B Confederate Currency Twenty-Five Cent Note North Carolina - Au1863 Nc-27B Confederate Currency Twenty-Five Cent Note North Carolina - Au $110.00 August 15, 1862 $100 Confederate Note T39August 15, 1862 $100 Confederate Note T39 $59.00
1861 $20 Confederate States Of America Type 18/132 F1861 $20 Confederate States Of America Type 18/132 F $84.00 1861 $5 Confederate States1861 $5 Confederate States $82.00
100 Bills- $2 Currency Bundle Two Dollar Us Notes Crisp Money Uncirculated100 Bills- $2 Currency Bundle Two Dollar Us Notes Crisp Money Uncirculated $280.00 Csa 1864 $100 "Lucy Pickens" Unc.Csa 1864 $100 "Lucy Pickens" Unc. $175.00
1861, T8, $50, Washington, serial letter Bb, "For" before "Trea'r" is printed,1861, T8, $50, Washington, serial letter Bb, "For" before "Trea'r" is printed, $295.00 1863 $2 The State of North Carolina1863 $2 The State of North Carolina $47.00
1864 $500 Genuine Confederate Note, Damaged But Authentic1864 $500 Genuine Confederate Note, Damaged But Authentic $175.00 Parish of Iberville (Louisiana) $0.50 Bank Note 1862Parish of Iberville (Louisiana) $0.50 Bank Note 1862 $12,000.00
1864 Confederate Ten Dollar Note - Fair To Poor Condition - 100% Authentic -1864 Confederate Ten Dollar Note - Fair To Poor Condition - 100% Authentic - $29.25 Civil War Currency Confederate T-51 Note 7+ Rarity nice note!Civil War Currency Confederate T-51 Note 7+ Rarity nice note! $149.99
1864 $100 Confederat "Lucy Pickens"1864 $100 Confederat "Lucy Pickens" $75.00 Two 1863 Fluvanna 25c notes Cga Cu 64 Consecutive #'s !Two 1863 Fluvanna 25c notes Cga Cu 64 Consecutive #'s ! $98.99
P. Cazenave of Berwicks Bay (Louisiana) Personal $0.25 Bank Note (December 1861)P. Cazenave of Berwicks Bay (Louisiana) Personal $0.25 Bank Note (December 1861) $12,000.00 1861 T-13 $100 Confederate States, Richmond Uncirculated1861 T-13 $100 Confederate States, Richmond Uncirculated $500.00
$20 facimile note confederate states of America advertising Dr Morse Indian Root$20 facimile note confederate states of America advertising Dr Morse Indian Root $43.50 T-43 $2.00 Confederate Green Overlay June 2,1862T-43 $2.00 Confederate Green Overlay June 2,1862 $115.00
1862 Confederate Five Dollar Note - Fair Condition - 100% Authentic -1862 Confederate Five Dollar Note - Fair Condition - 100% Authentic - $48.75 1862 Confederate $5- Historical obsolete currency note - great condition1862 Confederate $5- Historical obsolete currency note - great condition $14.99
1864 $50 Confederate Currency ★ Uncirculated Cu ★ T-66 States America ◄Edelmans►1864 $50 Confederate Currency ★ Uncirculated Cu ★ T-66 States America ◄Edelmans► $139.00 1862 Nc-12 Confederate Currency Twenty-Five Cent Note North Carolina - Xf1862 Nc-12 Confederate Currency Twenty-Five Cent Note North Carolina - Xf $125.00
Stunning 1861 Confederate States Upham Counterfeit "Indian Family" Ct-22 note!Stunning 1861 Confederate States Upham Counterfeit "Indian Family" Ct-22 note! $250.00 One Burnt and One Torn in Half Confederate Note 1864One Burnt and One Torn in Half Confederate Note 1864 $19.99
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