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1907 $10 Gold Certificate Teehee - Burke PMG Ch F15

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Why add this 1907 Gold Certificate to your collection?

Gold Certificates were a paper currency issued in the U.S., issued from 1863-1993, representing ownership of gold without the need to store actual gold. 1907 was the first year that a gold certificate with a ten dollar value was issued. There are seven different varieties to the 1907 series of ten dollar gold certificates, based upon the gold act they were minted under, and the combination of authorization signatures on the note. Professionally graded certificates such as this one are referenced by the numbering system developed by Arthur and Ira Friedberg in their book "Paper Money of the United States." The FR (Friedberg) #1172 carries the signatures of Houston Benge Teehee (Register of the Treasury) and John Burke (24th Treasurer of the U.S.).

Gold certificate imagery

The face of the note features the portrait of Michael Hillegas, the first Treasurer of the U.S., with date, denomination, and signatures. The reverse, printed in a bright golden orange, depicts the Great Seal of the U.S. surrounded by the sun's rays.

Graded Choice Fine 15

Paper Money Guaranty (PMG) reviewed and authenticated this 1907 American $10 Gold Certificate and has certified it to be in Choice Fine condition. The note will appear moderately circulated with some areas of soiling and numerous folds. The certificate is enclosed in a protective PMG holder with grading label.

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Year of Issue:1907
Mint:U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Grading Service:PMG
Grade:Ch. F15
Country:United States
Legal Tender:United States