How Much Is A 1894 $10 Bill Worth?

Ten dollar bills from 1894 can have either a brown seal or a blue seal. Brown seal notes tend to be more valuable. Don’t let the year 1894 fool you. 1894 is just the date that the national bank formed. Despite saying series of 1882 and 1894, these were actually printed as late as 1914. So the date on the $10 bill rarely matches when the bill was actually printed. Some 1894 tens can be especially valuable. The value is all based on the bank of issue, condition, and serial number of the actual bill. Anyone who wants to buy or sell an 1894 $10 bill needs to be aware of those factors. We have a list of all the national banks that opened in 1894 that also printed ten dollar bills. Some of these banks are rare, some are common. The value of common notes is a few hundred dollars. The value of rare 1894 $10 bills can be thousands of dollars. The reason these bills are so rare is because ten dollars was a lot of money in 1894. That is the same as $599.65 today, after you adjust for inflation! You can see why so few 1894 $10 bills still exist. They were incredibly expensive to save.

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Here is a list of banks that printed ten dollar bills in 1894:

  • Charter 4947 – First National Bank of Wadesboro, North Carolina
  • Charter 4960 – National Bank of Wilmington, North Carolina
  • Charter 4961 – Citizens National Bank of Akron, Ohio
  • Charter 4970 – Wick National Bank of Youngstown, Ohio
  • Charter 4977 – City National Bank of Niles, Ohio
  • Charter 4938 – New First National Bank of Meadville, Pennsylvania
  • Charter 4938 – First National Bank of Meadville, Pennsylvania
  • Charter 4948 – First National Bank of Coudersport, Pennsylvania
  • Charter 4955 – Peoples National Bank of Lebanon, Pennsylvania
  • Charter 4965 – Union National Bank of Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
  • Charter 4965 – Union National Bank & Trust Company of Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
  • Charter 4971 – First National Bank of Cochranton, Pennsylvania
  • Charter 4974 – Westmoreland National Bank of Greensburg, Pennsylvania
  • Charter 4978 – First National Bank of New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
  • Charter 4979 – Farmers National Bank of Lebanon, Pennsylvania
  • Charter 4983 – American National Bank of Deadwood, South Dakota
  • Charter 4946 – National Livestock Bank of Fort Worth, Texas
  • Charter 4950 – Peoples National Bank of Colorado, Texas
  • Charter 4976 – First National Bank of Hearne, Texas
  • Charter 4982 – Red River National Bank of Clarksville, Texas
  • Charter 4943 – Peoples National Bank of Swanton, Vermont
  • Charter 4940 – First National Bank of Onancock, Virginia
  • Charter 4937 – Citizens National Bank of Appleton, Wisconsin
  • Charter 4975 – National Bank of Manitowoc, Wisconsin
  • Charter 4975 – First National Bank in Manitowoc, Wisconsin