Monday, February 11, 2013

1993 $10 Bill, D-A

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

While I prefer to pluck out crisp bills from my change that is not always possible. I got this one a few years back and it is series 1993 but in worn shape. Still I never had one before so I kept it hoping to upgrade but that has not happened yet.


Along with the deep folds that have worn the ink away it also has red ink on the corners. This red ink is not an error it is local bank ink. When the stacks of money are packed for delivery by banks they take bright red ink stamps and mark each stack with the information about the stack. Info like how much and how many bills, the date ad times packed, and people who received it. This ink is very strong and often soaks throughh the wrapping paper or was purposefully placed on the notes edge.

Here's the stats for this bill...
Type/Federal Bank: $10 Note - Washington D.C. / Cleveland
Year: 1993
Printings: 140,800,000
Printed: April 1996
Run: 14th of 15 runs from D83200001A - D89600000A  
Value:  $10.00 in VF 

Do you have a $10 note 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.

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

Kristofer said...

I have a $10 bill marked F 59500670 C "Series 1950 D" . Could you tell me how much it's ideally worth? Thanks!

Man said...

$10 bill marked F 59500670 C "Series 1950 D" about $15.00 if circulated very-fine

Anonymous said...

US Note $2, red s/n A16206753A, 1963 A, red seal, circulated, crisp. US Reserve Note $2, s/n A00086526 star, 1976, circulated, good condition. Any special value?

Man said...

US Note $2, red s/n A16206753A, 1963 A, red seal, circulated, crisp.
--About $9.00

US Reserve Note $2, s/n A00086526 star, 1976, circulated, good condition.
--About $3.50