Colonial Paper Money Values
Colonial currency is the generic name given to any paper money printed by a state or government body in the United States before 1800. Some colonial money was actually printed after the United States was formed. So the term colonial can be inaccurate sometimes.
Colonial money was printed by fourteen different states. As with all collectible money, the value of colonial currency is purely dependent upon the state of issue, the condition of the bill, and the rarity of the series. Things like denomination and serial number can also play a part in determining the value. All the links on this page will take you to our sister site about old currency.
Click on a state below to learn more the rarity and value of each piece of colonial money.