1929 (G-Chicago) $10 Brown Seal FRBN CU-65 EPQ PMG
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This series 1929 $10 FRBN from Chicago was issued as emergency currency during the Depression era to get more money into circulation. Priced with the beginning collector in mind.
- $10 denomination of National Currency or Federal Reserve Bank Note.
- Housed in an archival quality currency sleeve and graded Gem Crisp Uncirculated-65 EPQ by PMG with the Exceptional Paper Quality designation.
- Jones/Woods signatures—Friedberg #1860-G
- Face: A portrait of Alexander Hamilton.
- Back: An engraving of the Treasury Building.
Federal Reserve Bank Notes are a great part of history that can enhance any U.S. paper money collection and distinguished by their brown seal and serial numbers. Add one of these collectible pieces of currency to your cart today!
Although over 3.1 million of these were printed for Chicago, this is a much more elusive issue than their contemporary Green Seal (FRN) counterparts that were issued for the Chicago district.
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