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Old Money Professionals,, Discuss the Value Behind 1902 $10 Red Seal Bills

The antique currency buying firm, Antique Money, talks about the treasured $10 red seal bill. These bills are very rare and thus valuable. Be sure to contact an expert if you think you are in possession of one.

    NORCROSS, GA, February 21, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Currency Dealer is interested in $10 Red Seal Bills

Antique Money, a business that specializes in buying and selling old currency, would like to discuss the value of one bill in particular. The antique currency market is vast indeed; many valuable pieces have been printed over the years, but the $10 red seal bills almost always grab the attention of buyers. These bills range in value depending on a number of factors, but it is not uncommon for one to be worth thousands of dollars today. The reason being is that very few were printed. In addition, the lack of circulation has made these bills rare money. Many collectors go years without ever coming across one, so it is easy to see how valuable they are. According to Manning Garrett, the owner of a rare currency collecting firm, "Holding a $10 red seal bill is exciting for the antique value alone. It is a memorable experience to say that you have in your possession one of these bills; it can sometimes be difficult to put a price tag on a piece of history like this."

How Can You Tell if You Have One?

$10 red seal bills are unique in a few respects, which means you will need to check a few things to determine whether you may have one. There should be a picture of former president Benjamin Harrison on the left-hand side, as well as a red seal on the bottom right corner. Finally, a genuine 1902 bill will only bear this year. There are similar $10 bills that were printed at this time that fall into a different group, so it can be easy to confuse them. When it comes to assessing the value of old money, a few factors will be taken into consideration. Age and quality are the main two, but serial numbers also matter. The most valuable $10 red seal bills will contain a serial number that starts with the number one. Keep this in mind as well when inspecting your currency. is a premier rare currency dealer that caters to clients throughout the United States. To learn more about their services, please visit

About Antique Money: is the top buyer of old money in the U.S. They specialize in rare bank notes, large size currency and other collectible money. Since they are both collectors and resellers, is always looking for collectible currency for their inventory and collection. Free appraisals and offers are available to anyone interested in finding the value of and/or selling antique paper money.

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