Series of 1891 $10 Treasury Note Value

Value of Ten Dollar Treasury Note From Series of 1891

 

Year:  1891 Type:  Treasury Note / Coin Note Denomination:  Ten Dollar Bill
Value:  The value of ten dollar 1891 treasury notes is based on their condition, serial numbers, and signatures
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Description:  Series of 1891 $10 treasury notes are common and available in both very high and very low grades.  Mid-grade notes can be more difficult to locate.  Due to the fact that 1891 $10 treasury notes don’t have an exciting design they just aren’t very popular right now.

General Sheridan is featured on the front of 1891 $10 treasury notes.  All serial numbers on these bills end with a star symbol, but that does not mean that they are replacement notes.  A small red seal is also on the front of all bills.  The big difference between 1890 and 1891 treasury notes is the back.  The backs of 1891 ten dollar treasury notes have a lot more blank space than the attractive all green backs found on 1890 notes.

Variations:  There are three different signatures combinations for the series of 1891 $10 treasury note.

Rosecrans – Nebeker
Tillman – Morgan
Bruce – Roberts

All of these signature combinations are equally rare for the series of 1891 $10 treasury note

Inscriptions:  Series of 1891  –  Legal Tender Act July 14 1890  –  Bureau, Engraving & Printing  –  Bureau of Engraving and Printing  –  Register Of The Treasury  –  Treasurer Of The United States  –  Treasury Note  –  The United States Of America Will Pay To Bearer Ten Dollars In Coin Washington, D.C.  –  Amer Septent Sigil Thesaur  –  Sheridan  –  This Note Is A Legal Tender At Its Face Value In Payment of All Debts, Public and Private, Except When Otherwise Expressly Stipulated In The Contract.