What is the value of a 1934 ten dollar silver certificate C series?

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The value of a 1934 ten dollar silver certificate C series will vary depending first on condition and secondly on whether it is circulated or not. So, it will be approximately $20 to $60 for a circulated bill and $100 and upward for an uncirculated bill.
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Answer It depends on the series letter and the bill's condition. There's a range of values shown at http://www.uscurrencyauctions.com/$10notes.htm
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A series 1935C silver certificate in choice, crisp uncirculated condition is worth $ 30.00, but one in fair condition is worth approx. $7.00.
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Answer If it's a silver certificate, $20 to $100 depending on condition. If it's a Federal Reserve Note, maybe half that much. BTW serial numbers do not generally affect the value
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As of 2010, values for a circulated 1934 C $10 certificate are $20.60 in circulated condition and $100 or more uncirculated. The blue seal and lettering are characteristic of silver
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