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Value of Ten Dollar Gold Certificate from Series of 1922
Year:  1922 Type:  Gold Certificate Denomination:  Ten Dollar Bill
Value:  The value of $10 gold certificates from 1922 is based on their condition and serial number

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Description:  Michael Hillegas, first treasurer of The U.S., is on the 1922 $10 gold certificate.  He is likely the most obscure historical figure shown on United States paper money.  Sadly, that does not add to the value of these notes.  In fact, series of 1922 $10 gold certificates are the second most common large size ten dollar bill available today.

1922 $10 notes are collectible in high grades, but they are extremely common in low grades.  They can be bought for less than $100 in many cases.  

If your 1922 $10 gold certificate has a serial number that begins with a star symbol, then it is rarer than a regular issue.  Learn more about 1922 $10 star notes. 

Variations:  There are no signature combination varieties for the series of 1922 $10 gold certificate.  The only variety is in the size of the serial numbers.  If the font is the size as seen above then you have what would be considered normal print.  If the serial numbers are smaller than those above, then you have small serial number.  The size of the serial numbers really doesn't affect the value.
Inscriptions:  Gold Certificate  -  This Certifies That There Have Been Deposited In The Treasury Of The United States Of America Ten Dollars In Gold Coin Payable To The Bearer On Demand  -  Series of 1922  -  Register Of The Treasury  -  Treasurer Of The United States  -  Amer Septent Sigil Thesaur  -  The United States of America Ten Dollars  -  This certificate is a legal tender in the amount thereof in payment of all debts and dues public and private.  Acts of March 14, 1900, as amended and December 24, 1919