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|Seal Varieties||One: Blue|
|Signature Varieties||1. Julian - Woodin|
1. Type Note
|Star Notes||1 Variety with a Star Serial Number.|
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1. 1933A $10 Silver Certificates
2. 1934 $10 Silver Certificates
3. 1934A $10 Silver Certificates
4. 1934B $10 Silver Certificates
5. 1934C $10 Silver Certificates
6. 1934D $10 Silver Certificates
7. 1929 $10 Federal Reserve Bank Note
|Example Rarity||Type Note, signatures Julian - Woodin with Blue seal. Important: Star serial number. |
Comment: One of a few known or unique. Profound rarity. Can appraise on request. 5
Value: 1933 $10 Silver Certificate value $5,000 or more in Extremely Fine condition.
Remember, value depends on condition. That said, this is a rare and popular note. The 1933 $10 Silver Certificate is more valuable than most small size notes. Exceptions include the 1934 $10 North Africa Star Note.
Explain 1933 $10 Silver Certificate Value
Paper Money of the United States indicates the government issued 216,000 notes. It printed far fewer star notes. Each note had Julian-Woodin signatures.
You’ll notice the inscription “Payable in silver coin to bearer on demand”. This is unique among small size $10 Silver Certificates. Remember, silver coinage was slowly decreased during the 20th Century. Therefore, the government could no longer pay note bearers in silver coin. This required a new guarantee.
Subsequently, new Legislation was passed in the early 1930’s. It authorized alternative redemption methods. Then Treasury had to redesign the Silver Certificate. And the BEP began removing outdated 1933 $10 Silver Certificates from circulation. Their numbers dwindled.
You’ll notice the 1934 $10 Silver Certificate looks different. It contains “In Silver Payable to the Bearer on Demand.” These notes are less valuable. They were printed in massive quantities. You can still find them in circulation.
In conclusion, the 1933 $10 Silver Certificate is a modern day rarity. Tiny issue numbers and immense scarcity made this possible. Some 61 notes exist. 1933 $10 Silver Certificate value from $5,000 to over $100,000 depending on condition. 1 star note exists. A star note would value above $100,000. In comparison the best 1934 blue seal $10 Silver Certificates barely exceed $500.
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