Value of Series 611 $10 Military Payment Certificate

Value of Series 611 Ten Dollars MPC

Type: Series 611

Denomination: Ten Dollars

Number of Notes Printed: 8,400,000

First Issued: January 6, 1964

Redeemed: April 28, 1969

Value In Very Low Grades: $25

Value In Perfect Condition: $450

A lot of people think of this as the Marilyn Monroe note. We can admit that there is a resemblance. However, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing did not intend for the woman on the front of series 611 ten dollar military payment certificates to represent Marilyn Monroe. Fortunately for collectors, that association does make these notes a little bit more expensive than they might be otherwise. Most examples are only worth a few times face value. However, if your note has a serial number that does not end with a letter, then it could be more valuable. Contact us if you need value help.

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