1950 Series D Ten Dollar Bill?

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The value of a series 1950 ten dollar bill is only worth about fifteen dollars. However, it could be worth more or less depending on the overall condition. For example, if its ripped a bit, it may only be worth $10 rather than $15.
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If there is an E after the date, retail is $15 to $20. Otherwise, $12 to $15.
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Unless in mint condition, about 10 bucks.
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With wear it may be worth up to $20 and if uncirculated it may be
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It is real if there is treasury seal, gray word TEN, and Federal Reserve Seal is smaller. Also, the Federal Reserve seal had spikes added around it. report this answer. Updated on
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