1929 Ten Dollar Bills from Federal Reserve Banks – Values and Pricing
Series of 1929 $10 Federal Reserve Bank Notes were issued by all twelve districts. They were issued by:
As with all 1929 Federal Reserve Bank notes, you should look for serial numbers that end with a star symbol instead of the letter A. Serial numbers that have six or seven leading zeros also carry a premium. Most non-star, non-low serial number 1929 $10 bills are extremely common. Non-star standard serial number 1929 $10 bills sell for about $20 in average condition. 1929 $10 bills that are brand new and have never been folded could be worth closer to $100 or more.
The design of series of 1929 $10 bills is fairly consist besides the federal reserve bank names, cashier, deputy governor, and governor signature changes.
Select the city above or the picture below that corresponds to your series of 1929 $20 bill.