Gone are the days when you could walk into your local bank, hand the teller a $10 bill, and get its face value back in genuine silver or gold coin. But now, you can own two bygone $10 notes – one a silver certificate, the other gold! With this handsome set, you'll enjoy:
- Series 1934D $10 Silver Certificate – last issued more than 55 years ago. Displays distinctive blue seal and serial numbers, and would have purchased almost 12 ounces of silver in 1953. The Silver Act of 1963 put an end to traditional 90% silver coins – and these classic notes.
- Series 1928 $10 Gold Certificate – from the only small-size Gold Certificate series – last printed in 1932. Displays eye catching gold seal and serial numbers, and would have purchased nearly half an ounce of gold. Millions were destroyed after the Gold Recall Order of 1933.
Both notes feature a portrait of founding father Alexander Hamilton on the face, with the U.S. Treasury building on back. Recall the days when money could be redeemed for silver and gold – order this historic duo today, and SAVE off individual prices!
- Product Type: Sets
- Grade: Very Good
- Year: 1928, 1934