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Before going any further, please compare your money to a list of known reproductions. 95% of the colonial and continental currencies we see are actually reproductions. If the serial number on your bill matches the serial number on this list of reproductions then what you have is fake.
Early American paper money is separated into two different categories. There are colonial issues and there are continental issues. Colonial money was issued by individual colonies. Continental currency was issued by the newly formed Continental Congress. Colonial currency was issued as early as 1690. Continental money was issued from 1775 until 1779.
Unfortunately, most colonial and continental currency is not especially valuable. There are few things from the 18th century that are more affordable today than the paper money of the day. Something being old does not always make it valuable. However, there certainly are some highlights to look out for.
First off, any note signed by a famous patriot will be especially collectible. In many cases an obscure signor might be more valuable than something like a Paul Revere signature. It all depends on the rarity and quality of the signature.
You can contact us for exact pricing on any of your continental currency. firstname.lastname@example.org
We have specific guides for each state that issued Colonial Money. You can access that information by clicking the state below.