According to Old Currency, LLC, a $10 gold certificate is worth about $75. There are several factors that can affect the selling price, such as whether or not the bill came from an uncirculated block. $10 gold certificates printed from the uncirculated BA block tend to carry a higher premium.
The 1928 $10 gold certificate is one of the most common certificates that were released. The gold certificates with stars tend to fetch even higher prices at auctions. A lightly circulated $10 gold certificate with a star from the A block can sell for over $300. Uncirculated certificates from the star A block can sell for over $1,500.Learn More
As of 2015, the collector's value of a circulated South African 1978 1-ounce fine gold Krugerrand is $1331.48. A 1978 uncirculated 'proof' Krugerrand is valued at $1850.00.Full Answer >
The serial number "S70186454F" on a 1935 Series D Blue Seal silver dollar certificate has no effect on the value of the currency. Only bills with very low, repeating, ascending or descending numbers and other unique patterns within the serial number carry premiums to enthusiasts.Full Answer >
The most common $5 silver certificates, those from 1934 and 1953, are typically worth 10 to 30 percent more than their face value. Other issues can be worth several hundreds of dollars, such as the 1923 and 1899 $5 silver certificates.Full Answer >
The value of a pence coin stamped with the phrase "new pence" is typically worth between 10 pence and 2 pounds, if in mint or proof condition. The 1983 new pence error coin is worth approximately 400 pounds or more in perfect condition with full luster.Full Answer >