Oversized Ten Dollar Bills – A Guide With Values
Oversized ten dollar bills were printed from 1861 to 1923. We call these bills oversized or large sized because they are bigger than currently circulated paper money. In 1928 money was changed to what we consider the standard size. Oversized ten dollar bills were issued as demand notes, interest bearing notes, legal tender and United States notes, silver certificates, treasury notes, national bank notes, gold certificates, and as federal reserve notes.
Oversized ten dollar bills represent a fun opportunity to focus on a single denomination. You can collect popular ten dollar bills like 1901 bisons or 1923 pokerchips. You can focus solely on oversized ten dollar national bank notes from 1875, 1882, and 1902. Or you can get an example from each series. There are many options.
The most expensive oversized ten dollar bills are from 1861. Interest bearing ten dollar bills from 1863 and 1864 are also rare and expensive. The most common ten dollar bills are from 1914. Gold certificate $10 bills from 1922 are also very common.
As with all oversized money, the value of an old ten dollar bill is based on its condition and series. Serial numbers and signature combinations are also important. However, age isn’t always as important as rarity.
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Click on your exact ten dollar bill below. Focus on the year and type. Several ten dollar bills have similar designs.