How Much Is A 1868 $10 Bill Worth?
1868 Ten Dollar Bill
Some ten dollar bills from 1868 have the chance to be very rare. As with any national currency, the value of an 1868 $10 note is based mostly on which national bank issued it. We have a list below of all the national banks that printed 1868 ten dollar notes. The condition of the bank note is always important. Sometimes the serial number can add a significant premium as well. Some sell for as little as a few hundred dollars. Others can have a value well into the thousands. Please remember that 1868 is only the charter date. The bill could have actually been printed as late as 1888. Some ten dollar bills from 1868 can have “Series of 1875” written on them. Once again, that year does not necessarily correlate to when the bill was issued. The reason these bills are so rare is because ten dollars was a lot of money in 1868. That is the same as $1,466.73 today, after you adjust for inflation! You can see why so few 1868 $10 bills still exist. They were incredibly expensive to save.
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Here is a list of banks that printed ten dollar bills in 1868:
- Charter 1678 – Union Stock Yards National Bank of Chicago, Illinois
- Charter 1684 – Pacific National Bank of Council Bluffs, Iowa
- Charter 1687 – Farmers National Bank of Bangor, Maine
- Charter 1683 – First National Bank of Mankato, Minnesota
- Charter 1683 – First National Bank & Trust Company of Mankato, Minnesota
- Charter 1686 – First National Bank of Faribault, Minnesota
- Charter 1677 – Greene County National Bank of Springfield, Missouri
- Charter 1688 – First National Bank of Hillsborough, New Hampshire
- Charter 1681 – Princeton National Bank, New Jersey
- Charter 1682 – State National Bank of Raleigh, North Carolina
- Charter 1676 – First National Bank of Honeybrook, Pennsylvania
- Charter 1685 – First National Bank of Sharon, Pennsylvania
- Charter 1680 – Carolina National Bank of Columbia, South Carolina