Value of 1953 $10 Silver Certificate

1953 $10 Silver Certificate – Values and Pricing

Series of 1953 ten dollar bills with a blue seal and serial numbers are common in both circulated and uncirculated grades.

Value in Circulated Condition of 1953 $10 Blue Seal: $15

Value in CU or Better Condition:  $75

Number of Notes Printed: 10,440,000 regular issue notes printed

Star Notes Printed:  Yes, 576,000 printed, relatively common

Seal:  Located on the right hand side of the bill in blue ink

Serial Number:  Written in blue ink, begins with A, ends with A

Inscriptions on 1953 $10 Blue Seal: “Silver Certificate This Certifies That There Is On Deposit In The Treasury Of The United States Of America Ten Dollars In Silver Payable To The Bearer On Demand” – “This Certificate Is Legal Tender For All Debts Public And Private”

Series of 1953 $10 Silver Certificates Were Printed In:  Washington DC

Series of 1953 $10 Silver Certificates Feature a Portrait Of:  Alexander Hamilton

Treasurer of The United States on 1953 $10 Blue Seals:  Ivy Baker Priest

Secretary of The Treasury on 1953 $10 Blue Seals: G.M. Humphrey

We purchase 1953 ten dollar silver certificates if they are in perfect condition or if they are star notes.  Contact us if you have a 1953 $10 bill