This ten dollar bill design type was used by legal tender notes from the series of 1869, 1875, 1878, and 1880. Examples from 1880 are by far the most common. There were several different seal types used for this issue. Daniel Webster is shown on the left hand of the bill. However, this type of note is commonly referred to as the Jackass note. That is because if you turn the bill upside down, the central engraving of the eagle looks a lot like the head of a mule.
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