Series 1928 $10 Gold Certificate. The last series of gold certificates printed; these were subject to the same recall that referenced gold coins and gold bullion in Executive Order 6102, that was issued by President Franklin Roosevelt on April 5, 1933.
- Last of this type issued for circulation.
- Each note comes housed in an archival quality currency sleeve.
- These notes are in Fine condition.
- Obverse: Portrait of Alexander Hamilton with "The United States of America" above and "Ten Dollars" below.
- Reverse: Image of the U.S. Treasury building.
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Notes in this listing are in Fine condition. Friedberg#2400.
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