Value of 1886 $10 Silver Certificates
Description: Ten dollar silver certificates from 1886 are common in the market but can be expensive. The 1886 $10 silver certificate often comes with the nickname Tombstone because the portrait of Hendricks appears to be inside a frame which resembles the shape of a tombstone. This bill looks almost identical to the later date 1891 $10 silver certificate; we wrote a price guide you can see if you want more information. We would love to see what you have, please contact us by email or phone today.
The 1886 $10 silver certificates picture Thomas A. Hendricks at the center of each bill. As seen below, these bills come with blue serial number ink and red seals. Sometimes they come with brown seal ink with different sizes and styles. These ten dollar silver certificate notes have seven different varieties depending on the signature combinations and seal types.
Value: The value of 1886 ten dollar silver certificates is based upon condition, signature combination, and seal type. If you’re not sure which type you have, we would be glad to help. These bills are often worth $350. However, we have paid over $6,250 for higher-grade examples.
While 1886 $10 silver certificates are more common, there are better condition examples continually becoming available. If you are fortunate to own a piece of history like this, we want to hear about it and help you with your decision about this bill. If you want to talk to us about it, or are interested in selling the bill, please contact us today.