Old Ten Dollar Federal Reserve Notes – Values and Pricing

Green Seal Ten Dollar Bills (1928 – present) – Values and Pricing

Any $10 bill that has a green seal is known as a Federal Reserve note. We separate $10 bills as follows:

19281928A1928B1928C19341934A1934B1934C1934D1950 and Newer

Unfortunately, most $10 federal reserve notes are not going to be worth much more than $10 in most cases. This is simply due to the fact that they aren’t rare. There are plenty of varieties that have the chance to be rare and collectible, but generally speaking, modern ten dollar bills are common.

When looking at old green seal ten dollar bills, you need to look for bills that are in uncirculated condition, or that have a serial number that ends with a star symbol. Star notes from 1928 are usually rare and collectible. $10 star notes from 1934 certainly have the chance to be valuable, but some are common. Star notes from 1950 and newer generally don’t carry much of a premium. Also look for low serial numbers. A low serial number should start with at least five zeros.

Click on a year above to learn more about your ten dollar bill.