1929 $10 Brown Seal FRBN Cull (Districts of Our Choice)

1929 $10 Brown Seal FRBN Cull (Districts of Our Choice)

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Brown Seal issues were an emergency measure used during the Great Depression as a means of getting more currency into circulation that was backed by government bonds. These notes are in Cull condition with writing, tears, rips, straining or pinholes.

Currency Highlights:
  • Ten dollar denomination of national currency or Federal Reserve Bank Note.
  • Each note comes housed in an archival quality currency sleeve.
  • Heavily circulated notes from Series 1929 in Cull condition.
  • Face: A portrait of Alexander Hamilton.
  • Back: An engraving of the Treasury Building.
  • Cull condition with writing, tears, rips, straining or pinholes.

Protect your small size currency by adding a protective currency holder to your order.

Federal Reserve Bank Notes are a great part of history that can enhance any U.S. paper money collection and are distinguished by their brown seal and serial numbers. Add one of these collectible pieces of currency to your cart today!

Signatures and Friedberg numbers will vary.

Although over 1.5 million of these were printed for Boston, this is a much more elusive issue than their contemporary Green Seal (FRN) counterparts that were issued for the Boston district.

*This note is a "CULL" - A very heavily circulated note with numerous problems. It is totally limp with impaired visual appeal.

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