Allen C. writes:
I have a 1934-A ten dollar bill (not stamped nor is it a silver/gold certificate) is it worth anything?
I assume when you say that the note isn’t “stamped” that it is missing the third printing, that is, the Treasury Seal and serial numbers. The type of bill would still be readily recognizable by the words on the top “Federal Reserve Note” or “Silver Certificate”. There wouldn’t be 1934 series gold certificates as they were outlawed in 1933. Notes without Treasury Seal and numbers would bring a significant premium as there is a good collector base for error currency. The condition is very important as these error notes are usually collected in near uncirculated to gem uncirculated condition. If it makes the “grade” it would bring $100 or more.