Bank of The State of South Carolina Paper Money Guide
Old currency issued by The Bank of The State of South Carolina is no longer good at its face value. However, it can certainly still be rare and collectible. These are known as obsolete banknotes. Obsolete currency is valued similarly to any other antique banknote. The condition and rarity are the two most important factors that determine what a certain bill is worth. It is impossible to compile a price guide that can show exactly how much a note should sell for sight unseen. However, we are available to answer any inquiries. Just email pictures of your banknote from The Bank of The State of South Carolina and we can go from there.
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Different Types of Currency
The following is some very basic information about the denominations and years that The Bank of The State of South Carolina printed money:
The branch bank location in Charleston issued the following types of currency:
1st Series (Denomination & Dates): 5 cents – Mar1, 1821
2nd Series: 6