Who Picture on 10.00 Bill?
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Answer . The U.S. did not print $10 bills with that date. You may have a note that was issued by a private bank, which was allowed at that time. You'll need to have it eva…luated in person by an professional who deals with banknotes.
At most, it would be at least worth about 70 dollars. If not, then the current amount of $10.00 would still be worth $10.
Assuming you are referring to the United States of America currency, it is Alexander Hamilton on the $10 bill. See the link below. (Many years ago, Andrew Jackson was on the… $10-dollar bill with the same portrait now on the $20.)
$12-15 depending on how worn it is..
In fine condition the 1950 $10.00 bill is worth $12.00. The 1950 A $10.00 bill is worth around $14.00 if in fine condition.
Alexander Hamilton PS. he never became a president so don't look in your president cards
Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton
The likelihood that your bill is real is quite small. A number of companies have been printing replica notes since the 1920s and selling them as novelties and display items. T…here are many more replicas than genuine Confederate bills in the marketplace. The images are photocopied from genuine bills and the paper is artificially aged so they are very difficult to tell from the real thing unless you look closely at the signatures - the ink is flat and on the surface of a replica, while it is a slightly different color and more deeply impressed on a genuine note. You can always check with a currency dealer to have your bill authenticated, but be prepared to be told it is a copy..
It is Alexander Hamilton's face which graces the $10 USD bill.
The first U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton is currently featured on one side of the United States ten-dollar bill, while the U.S. Treasury is featured on the… reverse.
In US Banknotes
The US didn't print any bills dated 1958. Please check again and post a new question.
In US Banknotes
The last president on US $10 bills was Andrew Jackson on Series 1914 Federal Reserve Notes. Since Series 1928, the only person on the US $10 Federal Reserve notes, despite sev…eral redesigns, has been Alexander Hamilton, the first Secretary of the Treasury.
In US Presidents
William McKinley was on a $10 US national bank note. Andrew Jackson was on the $10-dollar federal note ,old series, but that began after 1912 .
value of $10 from 1928c green seal, washintong dc.
worth of a1938 canadan half penny