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The last of the smaller portrait notes with the classic design that lasted about 70 years. It is hard to believe that this note is already 15 years old, it was printed in February of 1998. A whole generation was raised without seeing this note much and sometimes I get the question,"Is it real?" of course the answer is yes and common.
These notes lack many of the now standard security features. Despite this fact they are not highly counterfeited since anyone bring a bag full of these to a local merchant or bank will likely get each people checked out by trained employees or smart machines.
As with all federal currency in the United States it is always redeemable for face value. I hope older notes are saved instead of used since banks will send them to get destroyed eventually. While this one is a bit new to have any real collectors value it should be kept aside since it is also in great condition. Look do not feel bad if you do use it as face value unless you are a collector it is just money.
Here's the stats for this bill...
Type/Federal Bank: $10 Note - Fort Worth / Chicago
Printed: February 1998
Run: 14th of 15 runs from G83200001C - G89600000C
Value: $15.00 in CU
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