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It depends on its date and condition. Star notes generally are worth a bit (5-20%) more than regular bills with the same date, but some can be much more valuable. For more-specific values please post a new, separate question with the bill's date and seal color.
1964 was the last year for silver Roosevelt dimes. The "star" was added after the coin was struck at the Mint and is not a rare collectible coin, but it's still 10 cents.
Regardless of its date or denomination, a star in the serial number of any US bill means that it was printed to take the place of a bill that was damaged during the printing process. The start is a bookkeeping device that indicates its serial number is out of sequence with other, undamaged bills printed in the same run. "Star notes" are of interest to collectors. Depending on their date, condition and denomination a star note can sell for anywhere from just a bit more than a standard bill all the way up to hundreds of dollars more. However, most fall towards the lower end of that range.
A giant star can range from about 10 to 100 times that of our Sun.
10 to 15 dollars depending on condition
If the condition of the bill is "good" or worse it is probably worth less than $11.In "fine" condition it is worth about $11.00 unless it has a star as part of the serial number. If the serial number includes a star in "fine" condition the bill would be worth from $20 (for a bill from New York or Chicago) to $50 (for a bill from Minneapolis).
Hello your bill is worth around $5-$10 with wear and around $20 in uncirculated fashion.
99% of the time a 1950 $10 bill is just worth $10. If it is an error, star note, or in perfect condition it could be worth more.
its worth 8 to 10 dollars if its uncirculated its worth 20 dollars
It is worth ≈ $10
That perticular bill sells for about 10 000$
I bought the commemorative bill for about $10 recently.