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- Product InformationFirst printed in 1914, the 1934 Federal Reserve Notes have been considered as an important component of the American monetary system. Printed at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, these Federal Reserve Notes are imprinted on paper made by Crane & Co. of Dalton, Massachusetts. On the obverse side, these 10 dollar bills have an image of first United States Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton. On the reverse side of these Federal Reserve Notes is the image of the Treasury Department Building. From 1928, the 1934 Federal Reserve Notes were printed in small size. All in all, these 10 dollar bills are a must-have for your treasured collection.
- CategorySmall Size Currency
- CountryUnited States
- DenominationTen Dollars
- Issuer TypeFederal Reserve Notes
- Face DescriptionAlexander Hamilton at center.
- Back DescriptionU.S. Treasury building at center.
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