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The yellow seal on these 1934-A series issues denotes that this was intended for use by American troops in the North African and European theaters during WWII.
- North Africa $10 Silver Certificates were issued beginning in 1942.
- Housed in archival quality currency sleeves.
- Circulated notes from series 1934-A in Fine condition.
- Face: A portrait of Alexander Hamilton.
- Back: An engraving of the Treasury Building.
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Julian/Morganthau signatures—Friedberg #2309.
Silver Certificates in the $1, $5, and $10 denomination were used with the Yellow Treasury seal beginning in 1942 for use by American Armed Forces in the North African and European Theater during World War II. This allowed any notes that were captured by enemy forces to have their legal tender status revoked by the Treasury if necessary. Although they are still legal tender, their yellow seals make them great collectors items.
Series 1934 $10 Silver Certificates were printed in fairly large numbers, but this type was printed in much smaller numbers. These North Africa $10 Silvers are very popular with collectors, and the higher the grade the scarcer they have become over the years.