Gold certificates were the only federally-issued $10 bills dated 1922. Your bill should have a gold seal and the words Gold Certificate.
If so, you should have it appraised in person by a currency dealer or appraiser. As of 03/2012 approximate prices are:
Circulated: $85 to $225 depending on the bill's condition
A bill's serial number is a counter and a security feature. In most cases it doesn't affect a bill's value or help to identify it. Some collectors specialize in bills with low serial numbers (e.g. 00000005) or unusual patterns (12344321) so these can bring above-average prices.
DISCLAIMER: The values quoted are market averages as of the date shown, but may be different for an individual bill due to variations in quality and other factors. Also the wholesale (buying) price of a bill will be less than the selling (retail) price. A reputable currency dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation based on an in-person inspection.
what is the value of an 1863 us dollar bill
What is the value of a 1927 Canadian dollar bill with King George?
1934 ten dollar bill green with B stamp
$10. They are common items.
The value of a 1963 $10 bill would be about $15. If it was uncirculated, then it would sell for around $25.
Sorry, there is no such bill.
1922 $10 bills, like modern $10 bills, had a portrait of Alexander Hamilton. He was never president but was the first Secretary of the Treasury.
It's still worth $10.
According to the 2011 Red Book, your ten dollar bill is worth US$10
The first $10 bill was issued in 1861. If you HAVE a $10 bill from 1776, don't go to the place that gave it to you anymore.
It can't be a coin and bill at the same time.
Please post a new, separate question with the bill's denomination.More information may be available at the following questions:"What is the value of a 1963 US 1 dollar bill?""What is the value of a 1963 US 5 dollar bill with a green seal?""What is the value of a 1963 US 10 dollar bill?""What is the value of a 1963 US 20 dollar bill?"
look at the number on the bill. if this question was referring to what are dollars worth compared to a different currency then the answer will constantly be changing as the value of different countries currency is fairly volatile. 1 dollar bill = $1 2 dollar bill = $2 5 dollar bill = $5 10 dollar bill = $10 20 dollar bill = $20 50 dollar bill = $50 100 dollar bill = $100
There are two extremely valuable silver certificates. The 1928E 1 dollar bill and the 1933 10 dollar bill.
The U.S. did not print any $10 bills with that date.
No US $10 bills were printed with the 1998 date.
$5 to $10 in average circulated condition
There are no U.S. $10 bills dated 1936
It's still worth exactly $10.