Only 720,000 of these were printed making them much more elusive than their 1934 counterparts. This note would be a nice centerpiece to a Silver Certificate type set!
- Issued beginning in 1953.
- Housed in inert Mylar currency sleeve by Paper Money Guaranty.
- Well preserved note from series 1953-A certified Choice Uncirculated-63 EPQ by PMG.
- Face: A portrait of Alexander Hamilton.
- Back: An engraving of the Treasury Building.
These notes are a great part of history that can easily be added to any collection. Add some of these great collectors items to your cart today!
Smith/Dillon signatures—Friedberg #1707.
Silver Certificates were adopted for circulation in this denomination beginning in 1886. The $10 denomination remained when we switched over to small size notes in 1928 and the first of this denomination was issued in 1934. This type could be encountered until the 1960s when it was replaced in by the $10 Federal Reserve Note.
Although they are still legal tender, their blue seals and serial numbers make them great collector items.