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Posted 6 years ago


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Well, I just had a big joke played on me. I found what seemed to be a confederate $500. note in my dad's storage building. My dad is 91 and his great-grandparents had a dry goods store in Galveston, Tx, during the war. Dad and his cousin use to pay with the money! I was just about to ask if anyone could give me the value of this note, when I decided to look at the back which is blank except for this: "Reprinted in U.S.A 1954". The joke is on me. LOL

However, I would like to know if this has any value or will it ever have any?

However, we also found several notes printed by the Japanese Government with spanish on them from the Phillipens(sp), along with a couple that written in al Japanese. These are from WWII. My dad was stationed in the islands during the war. They range in $1.00 to $50.00. Can someone give the approximate value of these?
I'm not interested in selling any of this money at this time. Just want to get some idea of the value. Thanks.


  1. scottvez scottvez, 6 years ago
    There is no collector value on this reprint note.

    Post your WW2 notes if you'd like information on them.

  2. scottvez scottvez, 6 years ago
    Not an advertising piece: "I decided to look at the back which is blank except for this: "Reprinted in U.S.A 1954"."
  3. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 6 years ago
    mygrannys, from the instructions page of Collectors Weekly......>
    Show & Tell is not for selling. Please don’t post items that are, or will be, for sale anywhere, be it a live auction, eBay, Etsy, craigslist, etc. The purpose of Show & Tell is to give collectors a place to share their knowledge about the items in their collections, as well as to reveal the rich histories of these objects. For-sale listings, even non-commercial ones, will be deleted.
  4. ThriftyGypsy ThriftyGypsy, 6 years ago
    Hey Pops, My whuppin must have been worse than yours !!!!!! lol. I'm too sore to sit down and type,hehe. You better watch out, us younguns dun got our names put up on the blackboard at the school house ! Seriously though, these varmint sellers better watch out, we can still keep them off of here!!! Talk to you later freind, ThriftyGypsy
  5. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 6 years ago
    They asked and I simply quoted what is in the rules.

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