• This note is legal tender for all debts, public and private, and is redeemable in lawful money at the United States Treasury, or at any Federal Reserve Bank. – This bill could be taken to a bank and exchanged for its worth in gold or silver.
  • Will pay to the bearer on demand TEN DOLLARS.
  • As this bill was printed in 1950, "In God We Trust" is conspicuously absent.

Ten-dollar bill obverse/reverse

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The obverse and reverse of a Series 1950 D ten-dollar bill. See the photo notes for more information.

torapora, MARKOPOULOSBEST, and 18 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. Edwardsterling [deleted] 94 months ago | reply

    Classic money. I miss it.

  2. holeymoon 77 months ago | reply

    Please consider adding your photo to the BASE 10 group. BASE 10

  3. adam_slighte 72 months ago | reply

    go to my page

  4. [SuperBem.SuperMara] [deleted] 67 months ago | reply

    Oi! Sou administrador de um grupo chamado ☼FLOR-DE-LIS☼(p/ingressar ao JOGO ler regulamento) e nós adoraríamos ter isto adicionado ao grupo!

  5. cngodles 54 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Old US Paper Money - Pre 1995, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  6. yesterdaydream 47 months ago | reply

    I have one of these and it's been refused twice in the last 24 hours. I'm happy to have found your post.

  7. LividFiction 47 months ago | reply

    Don't take that guff! People clearly don't know what's good and what's fake money.

  8. myrzila 46 months ago | reply

    It is a very nice picture, may I use it at my SEO blog? v-vologde

  9. adam_slighte 41 months ago | reply

    yes to both of you

  10. FotoDH 32 months ago | reply

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  11. David.Cisco 25 months ago | reply

    Thanks for sharing your photos of old money.

    "Will pay to the bearer on demand Ten Dollars" This is not Ten Dollars but a note (an IOU) to pay Ten Dollars. A Dollar is 412 grains of silver.

    I love our old Constitutional money.

    "No State shall... make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts"
    U.S. Constitution

  12. li6666 19 months ago | reply

    how much is this i have one

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