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$10 Notes

The engraving of Alexander Hamilton on the front of $10 small-size notes is based on the John Trumbull painting. It was engraved by G.F.C. Smilie in 1906. The U.S. Treasury Building on the back was engraved by L.S. Schofield. The automobile in the foreground is a hybrid of various models there were manufactured in the 1920's.

Last Update: Friday, 27-Sep-2013 14:30:59 EDT

FR-2400 | KL-1963

First and Last Issue of the Small Size $10 Gold Certificate

Series 1928 $10 Gold Certificate, Woods - Mellon

PCGS Very Fine 35

2,544,000 Series 1928A Gold Certificates were printed, but all were probably destroyed as a result of President Roosevelt's gold recall order of 1933.

FR-2000J | KL-1995

First Issue of the Small Size $10 Federal Reserve Note

Series 1928 $10 Federal Reserve Note, Kansas City, Tate - Mellon, Plate# D6/203, S/N J04291276A

PMG Uncirculated 62EPQ

Notice the number to designate the Federal Reserve Bank in the Federal Reserve Seal.

FR-2001D | KL-2001

Series 1928 A $10 Federal Reserve Note, Woods - Mellon, Plate# E7/232, 5,610,000 printed

Series 1928 B Variations

FR-2002G | KL-2016

Dark Green Seal (DGS) with Original Face Plate

Series 1928 B $10 Federal Reserve Note, Chicago, Woods - Mellon, Plate# A66/260, S/N G29072155A, 38,035,000 printed

PMG Choice Uncirculated 63

Early Series 1928 B $10 Federal Reserve Notes were printed with a dark green seal, but later notes in the series were printed with a light vivid yellow-green seal (some call it an apple green seal). For the Chicago Federal Reserve District, Schwartz and Lindquist indicates serial numbers G15708491A through G35915392A have the dark green seal.

Original face plate — See Engraving Differences on Series 1928 B $10.00 Federal Reserve Note.

FR-2002D | KL-2013

Light Green Seal (LGS) with New Face Plate

Series 1928 B $10 Federal Reserve Note, Cleveland, Woods - Mellon, Plate# H67/138, S/N D30013550A, 17,418,024 printed

Early Series 1928 B $10 Federal Reserve Notes were printed with a dark green seal, but later notes in the series were printed with a light vivid yellow-green seal (some call it an apple green seal).

New face plate — See Engraving Differences on Series 1928 B $10.00 Federal Reserve Note.

FR-2002H | KL-2017

Light Green Seal (LGS) with Original Face Plate

Series 1928 B $10 Federal Reserve Note, Saint Louis, Woods - Mellon, Plate# K40/160, S/N H12820469A, 38,035,000 printed

PCGS Gem New 65PPQ

Early Series 1928 B $10 Federal Reserve Notes were printed with a dark green seal, but later notes in the series were printed with a light vivid yellow-green seal (some call it an apple green seal). For the St. Louis Federal Reserve District, Schwartz and Lindquist indicates serial numbers H10443608A through H15359793A have the light green seal.

Original face plate — See Engraving Differences on Series 1928 B $10.00 Federal Reserve Note.

FR-2002I | KL-2018

Light Green Seal (LGS) with New Face Plate

Series 1928 B $10 Federal Reserve Note, Minneapolis, Woods - Mellon, Plate# D18/235, S/N I08403676A, 5,294,460 printed

Early Series 1928 B $10 Federal Reserve Notes were printed with a dark green seal, but later notes in the series were printed with a light vivid yellow-green seal (some call it an apple green seal).

New face plate — See Engraving Differences on Series 1928 B $10.00 Federal Reserve Note.

FR-2002B✩ | KL-2011✩

Star Note with Original Face Plate

Series 1928 B $10 Federal Reserve Note, Star Note, Woods - Mellon, Plate# D132/130

Original face plate — See Engraving Differences on Series 1928 B $10.00 Federal Reserve Note.

FR-2003G | KL-2026

Series 1928 C $10 Federal Reserve Note, Woods - Mills, Plate# I6/244, S/N G52769145A

FR-1860G | KL-1977

Series 1929 $10 Federal Reserve Bank Note, Cleveland

FR-1860J | KL-1980

Series 1929 $10 Federal Reserve Bank Note, Missouri

FR-1801-1 | KL-1243

Series 1929 $10 National Note, First National Bank in St. Louis
Series 1934 Variations
Full District Set of Light Green Seals (LGS)

FR-2004A | KL-2027

Light Green Seal (LGS)

Series 1934 $10 Federal Reserve Note, Boston, Julian - Morgenthau, Plate# D6/210, S/N A02039284A

Early Series 1934 Federal Reserve Notes were printed with apple green (light green seals), but the color was quickly switched to a dull bluish green. This note has a scarce micro-check number on the face (front side).

FR-2004B | KL-2028

Light Green Seal (LGS)

Series 1934 $10 Federal Reserve Note, New York, Julian - Morgenthau, Plate# J25/260, S/N B32882050A

PCGS Choice New 63PPQ

Early Series 1934 Federal Reserve Notes were printed with apple green (light green seals), but the color was quickly switched to a dull bluish green. This note has a scarce micro-check number on the face (front side).

This is a note from the Miami Beach Hoard.

FR-2004C | KL-2029

Light Green Seal (LGS)

Series 1934 $10 Federal Reserve Note, Philadelphia, Julian - Morgenthau, Plate# L4/241, S/N C00003066A

PCGS Choice New 63PPQ

Consecutive Serial Number — Plate# G6/242, S/N C00003067, PCGS Choice About New 58PPQ

Early Series 1934 Federal Reserve Notes were printed with apple green (light green seals), but the color was quickly switched to a dull bluish green. This note has a scarce micro-check number on the face (front side).

FR-2004D | KL-2030

Light Green Seal (LGS)

Series 1934 $10 Federal Reserve Note, Cleveland, Julian - Morgenthau, Plate# B2/236, S/N D01631930A

Early Series 1934 Federal Reserve Notes were printed with apple green (light green seals), but the color was quickly switched to a dull bluish green. This note has a scarce micro-check number on the face (front side).

FR-2004E | KL-2031

Light Green Seal (LGS)

Series 1934 $10 Federal Reserve Note, Richmond, Julian - Morgenthau, Plate# A17/426, S/N E08416825A

PMG Choice Extremely Fine 45EPQ

Early Series 1934 Federal Reserve Notes were printed with apple green (light green seals), but the color was quickly switched to a dull bluish green. This note has a scarce micro-check number on the front.

FR-2004F | KL-2032

Light Green Seal (LGS)

Series 1934 $10 Federal Reserve Note, Atlanta, Julian - Morgenthau, Plate# K9/414, S/N F05567951A

PCGS Choice About New 55PPQ

Early Series 1934 Federal Reserve Notes were printed with apple green (light green seals), but the color was quickly switched to a dull bluish green. This note has a scarce micro-check number on the front.

FR-2004G | KL-2033

Light Green Seal (LGS)

Series 1934 $10 Federal Reserve Note, Chicago, Julian - Morgenthau, Plate# A12/208, S/N G00630781A

Early Series 1934 Federal Reserve Notes were printed with apple green (light green seals), but the color was quickly switched to a dull bluish green. This note has a scarce micro-check number on the face (front side).

FR-2004H | KL-2034

Light Green Seal (LGS)

Series 1934 $10 Federal Reserve Note, Saint Louis, Julian - Morgenthau, Plate# H14/480, S/N H06491402A

Early Series 1934 Federal Reserve Notes were printed with apple green (light green seals), but the color was quickly switched to a dull bluish green. This note has a scarce micro-check number on the face (front side).

FR-2004I | KL-2035

Light Green Seal (LGS)

Series 1934 $10 Federal Reserve Note, Minneapolis, Julian - Morgenthau, Plate# J2/380, S/N I02516404A

PMG Choice About New 58EPQ

Early Series 1934 Federal Reserve Notes were printed with apple green (light green seals), but the color was quickly switched to a dull bluish green. This note has a scarce micro-check number on the front.

FR-2004J | KL-2036

Light Green Seal (LGS)

Series 1934 $10 Federal Reserve Note, Kansas City, Julian - Morgenthau, Plate# A1/335, S/N J00667279A

Early Series 1934 Federal Reserve Notes were printed with apple green (light green seals), but the color was quickly switched to a dull bluish green. This note has a scarce micro-check number on the front.

FR-2004K | KL-2037

Light Green Seal (LGS)

Series 1934 $10 Federal Reserve Note, Dallas, Julian - Morgenthau, Plate# G3/221, S/N K02371327A

PCGS Very Choice New 64PPQ

Early Series 1934 Federal Reserve Notes were printed with apple green (light green seals), but the color was quickly switched to a dull bluish green. This note has a scarce micro-check number on the front.

FR-2004L | KL-2038

Light Green Seal (LGS)

Series 1934 $10 Federal Reserve Note, San Francisco, Julian - Morgenthau, Plate# C21/266, S/N L03512334A

Early Series 1934 Federal Reserve Notes were printed with apple green (light green seals), but the color was quickly switched to a dull bluish green. This note has a scarce micro-check number on the face (front side).

FR-2004C | KL-2029

Dark Green Seal (DGS) Non-Mule Note

Series 1934 $10 Federal Reserve Note, Philadelphia, Julian - Morgenthau, Plate# A45/576, S/N C27504973A

PMG Choice Uncirculated 64EPQ

Late Series 1934 Federal Reserve Notes were printed with dark green (blue green seals)

FR-2004J | KL-2036

Dark Green Seal (DGS) Mule Note

Series 1934 $10 Federal Reserve Note, Kansas City, Julian - Morgenthau, Plate# D31/635, S/N J16794874A

Late Series 1934 Federal Reserve Notes were printed with dark green (blue green seals)

Back plate numbers 585 and higher are mule notes.

FR-1701 | KL-1966

Non-Mule Note

Series 1934 Silver Certificate, Julian - Morgenthau, Plate# I117/404, 88,692,864 printed

PMG Choice Uncirculated 64EPQ

Back plate numbers 584 and lower are not mule notes.

FR-1701 | KL-1966

Mule Note

Series 1934 Silver Certificate, Julian - Morgenthau, Plate# I75/596, 88,692,864 printed

This note is a Series 1934 face plate with micro front check number, and a Series 1934 A back plate with a macro back check number. Back plate numbers 585 and higher are mule notes.

FR-2006C | KL-2041

Non-Mule Note

Series 1934 A $10 Federal Reserve Note, Philadelphia, Julian - Morgenthau, Plate# H100/702, S/N C65403440A

PCGS Choice New 63PPQ

Signed by William Alexander (W.A.) Julian, the last male Treasurer of the United States.

Back plate numbers 585 and higher are non-mule notes.

FR-2006C✩ | KL-2041✩

Non-Mule Star Note

Series 1934 A $10 Federal Reserve Note, Star Note, Philadelphia, Julian - Morgenthau, Plate# E137/858, S/N C01051745✩

A beautiful solid green star!

FR-2006G | KL-2046

Mule Note

Series 1934 A $10 Federal Reserve Note, Chicago, Julian - Morgenthau, Plate# B132/577, S/N G77561816A, 117,295,960 printed for the Chicago Federal Reserve District

Back plate numbers 584 and lower are mule notes.

Signed by William Alexander (W.A.) Julian, the last male Treasurer of the United States.

FR-1702 | KL-1967

Series 1934 A $10 Silver Certificate, Julian - Morgenthau, Plate# J133/642, S/N A85515844A

PCGS Choice About New 58PPQ

War Emergency Notes

FR-2303 | KL-2258

Hawaii Overprint

Series 1934 A $10 Federal Reserve Note - War Emergency Issue, Hawaii Overprint, San Francisco, Julian - Morgenthau, Plate# I98/730, S/N L69020145A, 10,424,000 printed

PMG Choice About Uncirculated 58 EPQ

After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the US had fears that Japan would overrun Hawaii. If this occurred, large sums of currency could be captured and used to fund their war effort. So, the US decided to issue the same $1 Silver Certificates, $5, $10 and $20 Federal Reserve Notes as used on the mainland, but with a brown seal and serial numbers and overprinted with the word "HAWAII" twice on the front and in large block letters on the back. Because these notes were distinctive, it would make it easy for the US to demonitize the notes if large amounts fell to the enemy. Later in the war, these notes were used in the US held Pacific Islands for the same reasons.

FR-2309 | KL-2260

North Africa

Series 1934 A $10 Silver Certificate, War Emergency Bill - North Africa, Julian - Morgenthau

During World War II, emergency US Silver Certificates were issued for use by U.S. troops in North Africa and Sicily. But instead of the usual blue seal on regular Silver Certificates, these special "North Africa" notes were printed with unique yellow seals. Had they fallen into German hands, they would have been demonetized and made worthless. Most of these scarce and fascinating notes were worn out or destroyed over 60 years ago.

FR-1703 | KL-1968

Series 1934 B Silver Certificate, Julian - Vinson, Plate# A211/1138, S/N B18857827A

The Series 1934 B $10 Silver Certificate is a rare note — Only 337,740 notes were printed.

Signed by William Alexander (W.A.) Julian, the last male Treasurer of the United States

FR-2007B | KL-2052

Series 1934 B Federal Reserve Note, Julian - Vinson, Plate# E503/1103, S/N B06235103E

PCGS Very Choice New 64

FR-1704 | KL-1969

Series 1934 C Silver Certificate, Julian - Synder, Plate# G216/1242, S/N B38711875A

PCGS Gem New 65PPQ

Signed by William Alexander (W.A.) Julian, the last male Treasurer of the United States

FR-2008A | KL-2063

Wide Face

Series 1934 C Federal Reserve Note, Wide Face, Julian - Synder, Plate# I250/1155, S/N A64923435B

PCGS Very Choice New 64PPQ

Signed by William Alexander (W.A.) Julian, the last male Treasurer of the United States

All faces, except face plate numbers 86, 87, 88, and 89 made for Kansas City in December 1949, are wide faces

Series 1934 D Silver Certificate Variations

FR-1705 | KL-1970

Wide Face

The Rickey Collection

Series 1934 D Silver Certificate, Clark - Synder, Plate# D233/1193, S/N B40121068A

PCGS Choice About New 55PPQ

Signed by Georgia Neese Clark, the first woman Treasurer of the United States

Back plate numbers 1389 or lower are wide faces.

FR-1705 | KL-1970

Narrow Face

Series 1934 D Silver Certificate, Clark - Synder, Plate# G238/1399, S/N B50051167A

Signed by Georgia Neese Clark, the first woman Treasurer of the United States

Back plate numbers 1390 to 1456 are narrow faces.

The last of the 12 subject sheets.

FR-2009G | KL-2081

Series 1934 D Federal Reserve Note, Chicago, Clark - Synder, Plate# J452/1265, 55,943,844 printed

Signed by Georgia Neese Clark, the first woman Treasurer of the United States

Series 1950 Federal Reserve Note Variations

FR-2010C | KL-2089

Narrow Back

Series 1950 Federal Reserve Note, Narrow Back, Philadelphia, Clark - Synder, Plate# E160/1410, S/N C73142291A

CGA Gem Uncirculated 66

Last of the 12-subject sheets

Series 1950 Federal Reserve Notes were printed with slight engraving variations of wide and narrow backs. Back plate numbers 1390 through 1456 are Narrow Back notes — View a Series 1950 A $10 note overlaid on a Series 1950 $10 narrow back note

FR-2010G | KL-2093

Wide Back

Series 1950 Federal Reserve Note, Wide Back, Chicago, Clark - Synder, Plate# C32/1336, S/N G75213117A

Series 1950 Federal Reserve Notes were printed with slight engraving variations of wide and narrow backs. Back plate numbers 1389 and lower are Wide Back notes — View a Series 1950 A $10 note overlaid on a Series 1950 $10 narrow back note

FR-2011B | KL-2100

Series 1950 A Federal Reserve Note, New York, Priest - Humphrey, Plate# M292/1515, S/N B30841963D

PCGS Gem New 66PPQ

FR-2012C | KL-2113

Series 1950 B Federal Reserve Note, Philadelphia, Priest - Anderson, Plate# C328/1685, S/N C79965121B

PCGS Gem New 66PPQ

FR-2013G | KL-2129

Series 1950 C Federal Reserve Note, Chicago, Smith - Dillon, Plate# O417/1747, S/N G71578755F

PCGS Superb Gem New 67PPQ

FR-2013G✩ | KL-2129✩

Star Note

Series 1950 C Federal Reserve Note, Star Note, Chicago, Smith - Dillon, Plate# N232/1751, S/N G21155100✩

PCGS Very Choice New 64PPQ

FR-2014J | KL-2144

Series 1950 D Federal Reserve Note, Kansas City, Granahan - Dillon, Plate# G496/1766, S/N J25321110B, 33,480,000 printed for the Kansas City Federal Reserve District

FR-2015G | KL-2148

Series 1950 E Federal Reserve Note, Kansas City, Granahan - Fowler, Plate# R472/1803, S/N G64791486H

FR-1706 | KL-1971

Series 1953 Silver Certificate, Priest - Humphrey, Plate# F3/1482, S/N A09104351A

FR-1706✩ | KL-1971✩

Star Note

Series 1953 Silver Certificate, Star Note, Priest - Humphrey, Plate# N3/1631, 576,000 printed

PMG Very Fine 25

FR-1707 | KL-1972

Series 1953 A Silver Certificate, Priest - Anderson, Plate# R1/1618, S/N A11159665A

CGA Very Fine 30

FR-1708 | KL-1973

Last Issue of the $10 Silver Certificate

Series 1953 B Silver Certificate, Smith - Dillon, Plate# K3/1591, S/N AR11736137A

PMG Gem Uncirculated 66EPQ

Printed on 18-subject sheets. Front plate numbers on 18-subject sheets end at number 5. Back plate numbers on 18-subject sheets end at number 1839.

FR-2016H✩ | KL-2157✩

Star Note

Series 1963 Federal Reserve Note, Star Note, St. Louis, Granahan - Dillon, Plate# C3/2, 1,280,000 printed for the St. Louis Federal Reserve District.

FR-2016K✩ | KL-2160✩

Highest Graded Star Note

Series 1963 Federal Reserve Note, Star Note, Dallas, Granahan - Dillon, Plate# A3/6, 640,000 printed for the Dallas Federal Reserve District

PGCS Gem New 65PPQ, PCGS Currency Population Report: 1

FR-2017C | KL-2164

Series 1963 A Federal Reserve Note, Philadelphia, Granahan - Fowler, Plate# C11/5, S/N C12042494A, 93,600,000 printed for the Philadelphia Federal Reserve District

PCGS Gem New 66PPQ

FR-2018B | KL-2175

Series 1969 Federal Reserve Note, New York, Elston - Kennedy, Plate# B23/75, S/N B45941219A

Signed by Dorothy Andrews Elston, the only Treasurer of the United States to have their name changed while in office — See Series 1969 Federal Reserve Note Signatures

FR-2019K | KL-2196

Series 1969 A Federal Reserve Note, Dallas, Kabis - Connally, Plate# B122/132, S/N K33302240A

PMG Choice Uncirculated 64EPQ

See Series 1969 Federal Reserve Note Signatures

FR-2020A | KL-2198

Series 1969 B Federal Reserve Note, Boston, Bañuelos - Connally, Plate# C185/152, S/N A16367243B

Signed by Romana A. Bañuelos, the first Mexican-American appointed to the Treasurer of the United States — Dorothy Andrews Elston Kabis died of a heart attack in Sheffield, Massachusetts on 03 July 1971 at the age of 54. Romana A. Bañuelos was subsequently appointed Treasurer of the United States.

See Series 1969 Federal Reserve Note Signatures

FR-2021E | KL-2214

Series 1969 C Federal Reserve Note, Richmond, Bañuelos - Schultz, Plate# D258/185, S/N E16223155B

FR-2022J | KL-2231

Series 1974 Federal Reserve Note, Kansas City, Neff - Simon, Plate# F7/207, S/N J70829892A

FR-2023K | KL-2244

Series 1977 Federal Reserve Note, Dallas, Morton - Blumenthal, Plate# A296/281, S/N K20014913A

FR-2024D | KL-2249

Series 1977 A Federal Reserve Note, Cleveland, Morton - Miller, Plate# B586/518, S/N D41351838B

CGA Gem Uncirculated 66OPQ

FR-2025E✩ | KL-3528✩

Star Note

Series 1981 Federal Reserve Note, Star Note, Richmond, Buchanan - Regan, Plate# A454/297, S/N E01137388#x2729;

FR-2026J | KL-3633

Series 1981 A Federal Reserve Note, Kansas City, Ortega - Regan, Plate# B59/56, S/N J12126356A

FR-2027H | KL-3731

Series 1985 Federal Reserve Note, St. Louis, Ortega - Baker, Plate# F178/106, S/N H24508313A, 131,200,000 printed.

FR-2030B | KL-4001

Series 1990 Federal Reserve Note, New York, Villalpando - Brady, Plate# H47/482, S/N B83172916B

FR-2031B | KL-4037

Series 1993 Federal Reserve Note, New York, Withrow - Bentsen, Plate# A73/624, S/N B00052833E

FR-2031B✩ | KL-4037B✩

Star Note

Series 1993 Federal Reserve Note, Star Note, New York, Withrow - Bentsen, Plate# D77/618, S/N B02512885✩

FR-2032H✩ | KL-4115✩

Bureau of Engraving and Printing U.S. Currency Star Note

Series 1995 Federal Reserve Note, Star Note, St. Louis, Withrow - Rubin, Plate# A68/69, S/N H04859340✩

Star Notes were first used in 1910. They were produced in all demoninations with the sole intent of replacing notes that are removed from regular production for a variety of reasons: research, testing or because of damage. A star note has the security features of other notes. A star note is distinguishable by a star in lieu of a suffix letter at the end of its serial number.

Prior to the use of star notes, notes were replaced with exact duplicates bearing identical serial numbers. However, as production requirements increased, a more expeditious way of replacing notes became needed. Thus, star notes use began to expedite the replacement process and maintain production schedules.

See the full set.

Bureau of Engraving and Printing $10 Premium Federal Reserve Set Series 1995

Series 1995 Federal Reserve Notes, All 12 Federal Reserve Districts, Withrow - Rubin, 2,000 sets printed.

This is an unbelievable set of $10 Federal Reserve Notes from each of the 12 Federal Reserve Districts — Each note has the same serial number with a different district prefix.View Cover

Notes in Set
Serial NumberPrintedPlate#
A99999297YDCE28/46
B99999297YDCF28/46
C99999297YDCG28/46
D99999297YDCH28/46
E99999297YDCE37/52
F99999297YDCF37/52
G99999297YDCG37/52
H99999297YDCH37/52
I99999297YDCE28/46
J99999297YDCF28/46
K99999297YDCG28/46
L99999297YDCH28/46

FR-2034A✩ | KL-4542✩

New Design for the $10 Federal Reserve Note
Star Note

Series 1999 Federal Reserve Note, FW Star Note, Boston, Withrow - Summers, Plate# A26/33, CH CU

Series 1999 $10 Federal Reserve Notes were released into general circulation on 24 May 2000, the same day as their $5 counterparts.

Series 1999 $10 Federal Reserve Notes have a complete redesign after almost 70 years of small size notes. The notes have a new enlarged portrait of Andrew Hamilton with a watermark of the portrait to the right of the Treasury Seal. They also feature micro-lettering at the base of the portrait, microlettering inside the "10" printed on the lower-left corner, and the number "10" printed in dichroic ink (dichroic ink causes visible light to be split up into distinct beams of different wavelengths and colors) on the lower right side of the note. A plastic strip glows orange under ultraviolet light is embedded to the left of the Universal Federal Reserve Seal. The Federal Reserve Seal is changed to a universal Federal Reserve Seal and printed in black. The serial numbers are also different. They feature an initial letter "B" (Newly designed notes of Series 1996 had the initial letter "A") followed by the letter designating the Federal Reserve District. Just below the serial number on the left side, the district letter and number are printed in black ink.

FR-2034B✩ | KL-4543✩

Star Note

Series 1999 Federal Reserve Note, FW Star Note, New York, Withrow - Summers

PCGS Superb Gem New 67PPQ

Printed at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing Western Currency Facility in Fort Worth, TX — See the "FW" under the "G26" plate number to the upper-right of the Hamilton portrait.

FR-2035G✩ | KL-4605✩

Star Note

Series 2001 Federal Reserve Note, Star Note, Chicago, Marin - O'Neill, Plate# C30/84, 640,000 printed

FR-2037A✩ | KL-4700✩

Star Note

Series 2003 Federal Reserve Note, Star Note, Boston, Marin - Snow, 416,000 printed

Printed at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Washington, DC

KL-4713

Bureau of Engraving and Printing Lucky Money Note

Series 2003 Federal Reserve Note, Lucky Money, New York, Marin - Snow, 147,200,000 printed

Printed at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing Western Currency Facility in Fort Worth, TX

Lucky Money — The note is enclosed in a commemorative package (see cover and inside) and it encloses an uncirculated Federal Reserve Note featuring a serial number beginning with 8888. In many Asian communities, the number 8 means wealth and properity. May this lucky money bring success and good fortune.

FR-2039L✩ | KL-4781✩

New Design for the $10 Federal Reserve Note
Star Note

Series 2004 A $10 Federal Reserve Note, Star Note, San Francisco, Cabral - Snow

The new design entered circulation on 02 March 2006. The redesigned $10 bill, which was the third denomination to be redesigned in the series, includes subtle shades of orange, yellow and red along with images of the Statue of Liberty's torch and the words "We the People" from the United States Constitution.

This note was printed at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing Western Currency Facility in Fort Worth, TX — See the "FW" before the "F64" plate number at the upper right side of the Hamilton's head.

FR-2039C

Bureau of Engraving and Printing Series 2004A $10 Single Note

Series 2004 A $10 Federal Reserve Note, Philadelphia, Cabral - Paulson, Plate# A1/21, S/N GC00000501A

The note is enclosed in a commemorative package (see cover and inside) and it encloses one of the first 3,500 Series 2004 A $10 Federal Reserve Notes produced for the Philadelphia Federal Reserve District. This is one of the eight Federal Reserve Districts produced by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.

Other notes in the collection
S/NPlate#S/NPlate#S/NPlate#
GA00002146AA34/22GA00000873AA35/22
GB00002219AA34/19GB00002447AA36/14
GC00000501AA1/21GC00000567AA46/27
GD00001172AA49/23GD00001138AA45/21
GE00000976AA32/14GE00000960AA42/17GE00000940AA42/15
GF00002422AA33/31GF00002446AA33/31GF00002466AA33/31
GG00001082AA53/37GG00001045AA56/45
GH00001273AA61/33GH00001266AA60/34
GI00002069AA61/36GI00002034AA61/36
GJ00003096AA57/34GJ00002270AA60/41
GK0001226AA61/36GK0001205AA62/34GK00001185AA62/34
GL00001601AA55/44GL00001660AA55/44GL00001663AA58/43

FR-2041B

Panama Run

Series 2006 $10 Federal Reserve Note, Panama Run, New York City, Cabral - Paulson

CGA Gem Uncirculated 66

The note has a very low serial number and it was printed to be used in the Panama Canal Zone. Jess Lipka obtained two bricks, and choice serial numbers from the next 10 bricks from a group of notes exported to, then imported from Panama. Someone in Panama bought these bricks and sold them to a dealer who subsequently sold them to Jess. He graded them and chose a pedigree of "Panama Run" and had them graded by PCGS and CGA.

4-Specimen Uncut Sheet

Series 2009 $10 Federal Reserve Note, Chicago, Rios - Geithner, 4-Specimen uncut sheet

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