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Value of Series 541 $10 Military Payment Certificate

Value of Series 541 Ten Dollars MPC

Type: Series 541

Denomination: Ten Dollars

Number of Notes Printed: 21,200,000

First Issued: May 27, 1958

Redeemed: May 26, 1961

Value In Very Low Grades: $100

Value In Perfect Condition: $1,500

Ten dollar notes are the highest denomination issued for series 541 military payment certificates. As we have established, the higher the denomination, the more likely the MPC was to be faked. 541 $10s are no exception. These also have a fairly unique design compared to early military payment certificates. The back has a portrait of a girl. The front reminds me a lot of an American Express credit card. I think it is just the general color scheme and the Greek figure that helps give off that vibe. The front and back of each series 541 $10 MPC says “for use only in united states military establishments by united states authorized personnel in accordance with applicable rules and regulations.” These are often worth pretty decent money. Contact us if you have one for sale.

Want to Sell Your MPC Currency? We can’t help you value your military payment certificates over the phone. However, if you send us pictures of what you have then we will respond back quickly with some accurate values. We are also buyers in most cases. Sales@AntiqueMoney.com