Here's a Crisp Uncirculated Specimen 10 cent issue that utilizes bronze for the denomination. It is extremely crisp with sharp bold color. Affordable for the novice collector.
- Housed in an archival quality currency sleeve.
- This note is a Crisp Uncirculated example.
- Face: Blank, with the word "SPECIMEN" written in bronze.
- Back: Green printing of the obligation at center with a large numeral “10” in bronze overprint.
These were issued starting in 1862 to help alleviate the shortage of coins due to public hoarding caused by the Civil War. Add this Second Issue Fractional Currency of 10 Cents to your cart today!
This is the straight edge type with no surcharge—Friedberg #1244.