Value of 1933 $10 Silver Certificates
Description: Ten dollar silver certificates from 1933 are incredibly rare and scarce in any condition. 1933 was also the only year they printed any denomination silver certificate in the United States. These $10 silver certificates are a one-year-type and known as “the king of silvers” due to how rare they are. Ten dollar silver certificates from 1933 will always have the same signature combination: W.A. Julian and W.H. Woodin. We would love to see what you have, please contact us by email or phone today.
The 1933 $10 silver certificates are a key date for many collectors, and quite honestly most collectors cannot find nor afford one of these bills. These notes always come with blue ink serial numbers and seal with a large “TEN” on the right-hand side of the bill.
Value: The value of 1933 ten dollar silver certificates is based upon condition, serial number, and if it’s a star note. A low serial number bill or star note can sometimes double the value of the bill. These bills are often worth $2,500. However, we have paid over $8,000 for higher-grade or low serial number examples.
While 1933 $10 silver certificates are tough to find and most collectors can’t find this key date. If you want to talk to us about it, or are interested in selling the bill, please contact us today.