1922 $10 Gold Certificate Hillegas VF This series is from the end of an era in U.S. currency. Add one of these classics to your cart today ! Friedberg #1173 . Gold Certificates, like circulating gold coins were withdrawn from circulation in 1933 as part of President Franklin Roosevelt's banking policies to counteract the effects of the Great Depression. Although no longer redeemable for gold, they are still legal tender. Currency -- why buy Currency from APMEX? Currency such as Federal Reserve Notes,
Silver Certificates were printed for a time in the United States as a form of paper currency. They were produced in response to silver agitation by citizens who were angered by the Fourth Coinage Act, which placed the United States on the gold standard. The certificate was matched to the same amount of value in silver coinage. Silver Certificates circulated, mainly in the $1 denomination, widely throughout the United States in the years following 1934. When the '34s wore out, they were replaced with a new,
1922 1928 10 Dollar Gold Certificates Fine 2 Pieces First and Last! These two $10 gold certificates are the first and last $10 gold certificates ever issued! The 1922 is a large-size note and features the portrait of Michael Hillegas, the first treasurer of the United States. The back of the note displays the Great Seal of the United States printed in vibrant gold ink—just in case anyone doubted the note was redeemable in gold. The 1928 note features a more familiar portrait of Alexander Hamilton with a
With this handsome set, you'll enjoy: Series 1934D $10 Silver Certificate - last issued more than 55 years ago. Displays distinctive blue seal and serial numbers, and would have purchased almost 12 ounces of silver in 1953. The Silver Act of 1963 put an end to traditional 90% silver coins - and these classic notes. Series 1928 $10 Gold Certificate - from the only small-size Gold Certificate series - last printed in 1932. Displays eye catching gold seal and serial numbers, and would have purchased nearly
1922 $10 Gold Certificate Hillegas Fine This series, featuring brightly colored backs, is from the end of an era in U.S. currency. Add one of these classics to your cart today ! Friedberg #1173 . Gold Certificates, like circulating gold coins were withdrawn from circulation in 1933 as part of President Franklin Roosevelt's banking policies to counteract the effects of the Great Depression. Although no longer redeemable for gold, they are still legal tender. Currency -- why buy Currency from APMEX?
TT FR 1173 1922 $10 GOLD CERTIFICATE PCGS 58 PPQ CHOICE ABOUT NEW 58 PPQ 1922 $10 Gold Certificate with serial# H81308197 and the signatures of Speelman and White, plate# A347/106. Fr# 1173. Graded 58 CHOICE ABOUT NEW PPQ *Premium Paper Quality by PCGS. Bright, original paper and strong embossing earned this note a PPQ designation, the bold dark original ink borders the perfect proud portrait of Michael Hillegas, the very first treasurer of United States. The face of this type bears the portrait of Michael
1922 $10 Gold Certificate This stunning Gold Certificate features a portrait of Michael Hillegas, first Treasurer of the United States, on the face. The back is a radiant orange-gold. With gold-colored seal and serial numbers. Speelman-White signatures. Time Pay : DESCRIPTION FR1173 .07 Good /Very Good
1928 $10 Gold Certificate FR-2400 1928 $10 Gold Certificate FR-2400 PMG Graded CU64EPQ S/N A80134453A
1928 $10 Gold Certificate VF Gold Certificates are a great part of history that can easily be added to any collection. Add these great conversation pieces to your cart today! Last of this type to be produced before the Gold recall of 1933. This paper money is from a bygone era when it had the backing of gold coins, not just the government's promise to pay. Notes in this listing will have moderate wear, but classified as Very Fine. Woods/Mellon signatures. Friedberg #2400 . Currency -- why buy Currency from
TT FR 1173A 1922 $10 GOLD CERTIFICATE SCARCE VARIETY PMG 30 EPQ 30 EPQ 1922 $10 Gold Certificate with serial# H4861398 and the signatures of Speelman and White, Fr # 1173A. Graded 30 EPQ (Exceptional Paper Quality) by PMG. This is an extremely attractive note that looks high grade with fresh bright paper, beautiful gold color, and nice margins. No visible distractions to the naked eye. Superb eye appeal. FR # 1173A is the much scarcer variety with the small serial numbers. The Fr. 1173a's have lower serial
2015 $10 Gallipoli Landing 100th Anniversary 1/10oz Gold Proof Price: AUD $360 .00 360 .0000 Product Code : 11034 Description : As exclusive as it is prestigious, this highly desirable Australian legal tender Gold Proof from the Royal Australian Mint forms a moving memorial to the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli Campaign. A permanent keepsake of the most important military campaign in Australian history, this beautifully designed, superbly struck precious metal Proof is available to a select band of
The Netherlands, 10 Euro gold, 2012 Cataloge nr : 011038 Quality : Proof Value : 10 EURO Year : 2012 10 Euro 2012 - The Netherlands - Netherlands Painting and Art To commemorate the Netherlands Painting and Art 10 Euro in 900/1000 gold proof diam. 22,5 mm weight: 6,72 gram. Mintage: 3.500 mynter. Delivered in an original wooden box with certificate from Koninklijke Nederlandse Munt NV
1922 $10 Gold Certificate Premium paper quality. A brilliant note with sharp corners and bold gold overprint. The face features a portrait of Michael Hillegas, first treasurer of the United States. As a reminder that this xnote was once redeemable for gold, the back is a bright orange-gold color. With gold seal and serial numbers. Speelman-White signatures . DESCRIPTION FR1173 .05 $255 .00 FR1173 .07 Good /Very Good
1922 $10 Gold Certificate (VF ) Description The last U.S. Gold notes produced came in 1928. These, however, were small size U.S. notes and had an entirely different look than their predecessors. In fact the actual size of 1928 notes was about 1/3 less in size than the large blanket bills of 1923 and before. The 1922 series of gold notes was the last produced in American history. They disappeared once the 1928 series hit the street and even in 1928 collectors began to hoard them. But from 1929-1934 the
$10 Gold Certificate Small Size - Circulated Description This small size $10 Gold Certificate is in circulated condition and comes in plastic snap case. Notice the gold Treasury seal and serial number. During the Civil War, when gold coins were hoarded, it was hoped that these certificates would circulate more freely than the gold coins. The notes were issued from 1882-1933 and were originally redeemable for gold coins. In 1933 the Government ended the option of redeeming these notes for gold, and until
1922 $10 Gold Certificate FR-1173 1922 $10 Gold Certificate FR-1173 PMG Graded AU55 S/N K43019345 Front of Note: Portrait of Michael Hillegas, The first Treasurer of the United States, 1175-1789.
1907 $10 Gold Certificate VG (FR#1169) Product Details Series 1907 $10 Gold Certificate. These are more elusive than their 1922 counterparts. A portrait of Michael Hillegas, 1st Treasurer of the United States, is featured on the front. Very Good condition. This has the earlier enacted date of July 12,1882 with Napier/McClung signatures. Friedberg #1169 . Specifications Very Good BEP
The American Gold Eagle series of coins are the most popular gold bullion coin sold in the US. This is a 1988 1/4 oz Gold Eagle, with a face value of $5. The coin is minted in a 22 karat composition (91.67% Gold, 3% Silver and 5.33% Copper) and weighs slightly more than the actual gold weight to compensate for the silver and copper alloys. Struck by the US Mint at West Point, the American Gold Eagle's weight and composition are guaranteed by the US Government as they are legal tender coins, so Eagles are a
U.S. $10 Gold Certificate Very Good Item Number: 11213 Unit Price: $295.00 Detailed Description Once upon a time, currency was backed by gold, and some was even redeemable for gold coin. This vintage gold certificate promised the bearer $10 in gold coin "on demand" (any bank would oblige). To reinforce the assurance, the note's reverse side shone in brilliant gold color. Pictured is Michael Hillegas, America's Treasurer during the Revolutionary War. Very Good. Oversized 7.25 x 3" dimensions
1922 10.00 Gold Certificate - Fine Condition DETAILS GOLDCERT10 214 1922 Large Size 10.00 Gold Note - Nice Fine Condition This interesting note features a portrait of Michael Hillegas the first treasurer of the United States. Gold certificates are throwbacks to the days when our paper money was "as good as gold". Each of these notes clearly states "This Certifies That There Has Been Deposited In The Treasury Of The United States Of America - Ten Dollars In Gold Coin - Payable To The Bearer On Demand".
LUXEMBOURG - 10 EURO 2011-Rénert, gold 10 EURO 2011 - LUXEMBOURG - Rénert, gold The monument of "Rénert" (Fox) raised in 1932 on the square Guillaume in Luxembourg, is a creation of the sculptors Demuth and Grosber in homage to the Luxemburgish poet Michel Rodange (1827-1876) and the "Rénert" its major work. Fece value: 10 Euro Weight: 3,11 g (1/10 oz) Diam: 16 mm Metal: 999 gold Mintage: Only 3000 coins The coin is delivered in an original blue box with certificate from Banque centrale du Luxembourg .
Series 1907-1922 $10 Large-Size Gold Certificate Once redeemable for gold on demand, these scarce notes are America's only large-size $10 Gold Certificates. Depicting the first U.S. treasurer Michael Hillegas, they were produced from 1907 to 1927, and then replaced by small-size notes. Get yours now! Signatures vary. Time Pay : DESCRIPTION L147VG $300 .00 L147F $335 .00
This is an un-issued, vintage stock certificate from the American Mines Development Co. which was based in Boise, Idaho in the late 1920 s. Idaho has a long history of gold and silver mining and the American Mines Development Co. apparently operated in Gem and Boise counties during the 1920 s with L.S. Honstead as the President and Manager. Mr. Honstead was involved with mining in Silver City, the Quartzburg district and the Grandview property near Grimes Pass and apparently bought the Old Liberty Mine near
1928 $10 Gold Certificate Fine button. APMEX is where to buy Precious Metals! Also, you can come to us when it is time to sell Gold, Silver, Platinum, Palladium, and Currency. Product Details Series 1928 $10 Gold Certificate. The last series of gold certificates printed; these were subject to the same recall that referenced gold coins and gold bullion in Executive Order 6102, that was issued by President Franklin Roosevelt on April 5, 1933. These notes are always desirable for their gold seal and serial
Last update: 02.19.2015 - 08:56:38 (0 minutes ago) PAMP Suisse 10 Gram Gold Bar PS10-GRAM 1 reviews We sell the popular 10 gram Gold Bars. These are refined to 99.99% purity, assayed, stamped to an exact weight. The is done in correspondence with the specfication SANS 29. It weight is about one third of an ounce and is made of 999.9 gold. The and the Certificate have the mark of the South African Bureau of Standards. Each is created with a certificate, reflecting the unique serial number on the bar. The
The American Gold Eagle series of coins are the most popular gold bullion coin sold in the US. This is the 2006 Gold Eagle Proof 1/4 oz. The coin is minted in a 22 karat composition (91.67% Gold, 3% Silver and 5.33% Copper) and weighs slightly more than the actual gold weight to compensate for the silver and copper alloys. Struck by the US Mint at West Point, the American Gold Eagle's weight and composition are guaranteed by the US Government as they are legal tender coins, so Eagles are a very safe way of