Value of Ten Thousand Dollar Gold Certificate From Series of 1882
|Year: 1882||Type: Gold Certificate||Denomination: Ten Thousand Dollar Bill|
|Value: We value 1882 $10,000 gold certificates at high six figures or slightly more (depending on condition)|
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|Description: The 1882 $10,000 gold certificate is just one of many very rare pieces of United States currency. The note pictured below is held in the San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank’s museum. There is another $10,000 gold certificate from 1882 known to exist. It has the serial number K56991. As you can see, the note below has the serial number K31071
Based on that serial number range it would seem that more should be available. However, you have to remember that $10,000 was a tremendous sum of money in the late 19th century. Even a rich person couldn’t save a $10,000 bill just because it was neat.
All 1882 $10,000 bills have a portrait of Andrew Jackson on the front and eagle featured prominently on the back. As a side note, 1888 $10,000 gold certificates were printed. But all 1888 series notes have been redeemed.
|Variations: There are 8 different varieties of the 1882 $10,000 gold certificate printed. As you might expect, all of them are rare, so the signature combinations aren’t terribly important. For the record though, they are:
Bruce – Gilfillan – with a brown seal
|Inscriptions: Under Chap. 290 Sec. 12 of the Act of July 12th 1882 there has been deposited in the Treasury of the United States Ten Thousand Dollars in Gold Coin repayable to the bearer on demand. Department Series. Washington D.C. Jackson. Gold Certificate. Ten Thousand Dollars. Amer Septent Sigil Thesaur. Register of the Treasury. Treasurer of The United States. Bureau, Engraving, and Printing. United States|