Old Banknote Values and Price Guide

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Banknote values will be discussed in this comprehensive portion of our guide. Paper money issued between 1782 and 1866 by state banks is called obsolete money or defunct currency. All of these banknotes have been devalued and are no longer good at their face value, although many have gained substantial value to currency collectors around the world!

Our guide puts a value on the old currency you have and gives details on denominations printed at specific banks and the date ranges these were printed!

List of States:

Browse Banks That Issued Obsolete Bank Notes by State

Alabama ( 23 Banks )

Arkansas ( 2 Banks )

Connecticut ( 90 Banks )

Delaware ( 17 Banks )

District of Columbia ( 80 Banks )

Florida ( 15 Banks )

Georgia ( 66 Banks )

Illinois ( 164 Banks )

Indiana ( 126 Banks )

Iowa ( 2 Banks )

Kansas ( 12 Banks )

Kentucky ( 47 Banks )

Louisiana ( 33 Banks )

Maine ( 132 Banks )

Maryland ( 56 Banks )

Massachusetts ( 266 Banks )

Michigan ( 81 Banks )

Minnesota ( 36 Banks )

Mississippi ( 45 Banks )

Missouri ( 13 Banks )

Nebraska ( 16 Banks )

New Hampshire ( 76 Banks )

New Jersey ( 114 Banks )

New York ( 485 Banks )

North Carolina ( 21 Banks )

Ohio ( 96 Banks )

Pennsylvania ( 143 Banks )

Rhode lsland ( 114 Banks )

South Carolina ( 20 Banks )

Tennessee ( 46 Banks )

Texas ( 2 Banks )

Utah ( 1 Banks )

Vermont ( 61 Banks )

Virginia ( 44 Banks )

Wisconsin ( 166 Banks )

All content on this price guide is compiled from various sources such as Coin News, Antique Money and CoinDesk, to name a few.