1923 Legal Tender $10 Bill Value
OldMoneyPrices.com has estimated the average value of a 1923 $10 Legal Tender banknote at $750. An uncirculated (UNC) example is worth $3,500. (read more)
Type: U.S. Banknote
Denomination: 10 Dollars
Country: United States
Portrait: Andrew Jackson
Numismatic Value: $750 to $3,500
Value: To give an estimate of this banknote in circulated, average, condition in normal market conditions you would be looking at around $750, while the same note in uncirculated (UNC) condition would be worth around $3,500. By average condition, we’re talking about the majority of notes in circulation in worn condition, and uncirculated condition meaning it doesn’t have a single fold or abnormality on the bill.
Text on Note: 10 – Ten – United States Note – The United States of America – Series of 1923 – This note is a Legal Tender at its face value for all debts public and private except duties on imports and interest on the public debt. – Will pay to the Bearer on Demand – Ten Dollars – Washington, D.C.