Zero. At best it was worth sixty cents. All this currency was worthless after the Euro was introduced.
It's a novelty coin, manufactured for the close-up magic crowd. You can purchase them from novelty shops and there is no special value. If you look closely at the dime side you should notice a small line where a dime was inserted into a hollowed out penny. Post a picture somewhere I want to see...
Since there were at least 30 different notes produced in the 1870's, I would need to know more information about your note to be able to give you any idea of its value ... Denomination? Series Date? Condition? The words printed on the note? Description of Pictures or People on the note?
This is a privately minted set of silver rounds. It's value is based on the total amount of silver contained in the set. If you sell it on eBay, you may get lucky and find a few interested buyers that will run the price up over the melt value of the silver.
In circulated condition, it has no added value. A flashy gem uncirculated one may be worth 5 cents.