1954 Cheerios Confederate Money Examples Album

Pretty color print of
Original Shipping Envelope
Album of Confederate Money Examples

During the early 1950s, the Civil War theme became very trendy in America, largely with pre-teens and early teens. Consequently, Cheerios offered this Confederate money album, which could be acquired through the mail for very little and probably some cereal boxtops. I acquired this album in 1968 from its original owner, and it was already about fifteen years old at that time. Today its value is a whopping $10 or so, proveing that not all investments will pay off. But it is a fun album anway. I still have the original shipping envelope, which probably is worth more than the album itself.

  • chad duncan

    i have a almost mint 1964 $500 cheerios confederate banknote whats it worth if anything

  • Maggie Turnipseed

    Cheerios Premium confederate banknotes began to be issued in 1954. For 25 cents and a Cheerios box top you received nine notes and an album.

    It is unfortunate, but your single Cheerios $500.00
    banknote has a very small value in today’s market. The entire Album sells for less than $10.00

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