Mark M. writes: My aunt was going through some of her late husband’s papers, and found a book from the post Civil War period on the Michigan 3rd Cavalry, privately published, which listed all the members of the unit (including my uncle’s grandfather)…pressed between the pages was a CSA $10.00 bill, 1864, Richmond, signed by Treasurer Allen (I think), nearly perfect condition (it had been in that book since the War). She asked me to find out its worth, if any…could you help me with a ball park figure? She’s pretty excited, but I told her not to get her hopes up too high. any help would be greatly appreciated…cheers, Mark
I think the book is worth far more than the CSA $10. Uncirculated examples of this type, less than $50. The book, I’m certain, would bring a great deal more.