Monday, January 07, 2013

2003 $10 Bill, DC-A

Have a ten dollar note and want to know its value? Leave a comment

The last of the non-colorized ten dollar notes. About ten years ago the last of the boring old greenbacks were issued. There was also a change from mostly printing at the Washington D.C. to Fort Worth.


And yes it did have the watermark and security strip we all know and love.



A split run is just as it sounds. Part of the run is printed in one place while the other part is printed somewhere else. Shifting production to Fort Worth was better for the government since that facilty was more modern. It did lead to some odd split runs lke the Minneapolis notes which switched production every 60,000 and skipped half there serial numbers in one month.

Here's the stats for this bill...
Type/Federal Bank: $10 Note- Washington D.C. / Atlanta
Year: 2004-A
Printings: 76,800,000
Printed: January 2004
Run: 5th of 5 of split run of 12 from DC25600001A - DC32000000A
Value:  $15.00 in CU 

Do you have currency and want to know its value? Leave a comment/question and I will do my best to find out the price and history for you.

5 dollars worth, for Comments/Questions click here.:

Nika Minot said...

Hello:

I have a few questions but i saw your post where you say the oldest $10.00 bill you have is from 2009. I have been saving one from 1969; is it worth anything?

Nika Minot said...

I have two $20.00 bills I have questions about please. The first is a regular 20 but the serial #s have the same numbers; ie 54866845. Is that rare? The other 20; is a star note series 2004a are either of them valuable?

Nika Minot said...

Forgot to mention about my $20.00 star note; the serial #GK00311841 series date 2004A thank you

Man said...

... you say the oldest $10.00 bill you have is from 2009. I have been saving one from 1969; is it worth anything?
--If circulated and not a star note then it is just $10.00.

a regular 20 but the serial #s have the same numbers; ie 54866845
--This is a Radar note they generally start at $50.00 in almost-uncirculated grade.

Man said...

$20.00 star note; the serial #GK00311841 series date 2004A

About $22.00 in circulated grade.