This $10 Federal Reserve Note from the Philadelphia district features a central portrait of Andrew Jackson. The back of the note is devoted to agriculture and industry. Nice affordable example for the beginning collector!
- The first of the Federal Reserve Notes issued for general circulation.
- Housed in an inert quality currency sleeve.
- Circulated $10 note from series 1914 in PCGS Fine-15 Apparent condition with a small edge split and small rust stains.
- Last printed in 1928 and bears the portrait of President Andrew Jackson.
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Signature combination of Burke/McAdoo—Friedberg #912.
Series 1914 Federal Reserve Notes were the first of this type issued after the Federal Reserve Act passed in 1913. Denominations from Five through Ten Thousand Dollars, and districts A through L, (Boston through San Francisco) were established. This established the banking system and uniform currency that exists to this day.