1928 10 Dollar Gold Certificate

US Paper Money 1928 Ten Dollar Gold Certificate
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1928 10 Dollar Gold Certificate

Obverse: Portrait of Alexander Hamilton (1st U.S. Secretary of the Treasury)
Signatures: Walter Orr Woods, Treasurer of the United States and Andrew William Mellon, Secretary of the Treasury.
Reverse: Vignette of the U.S. Treasury Building. “The United States of America  Ten Dollars”
1928 saw the last issuance of Gold Certificates to the public prior to their confiscation during the Great Depression.

Vignette on The back of The $10 note
Completed in 1927 by Bureau engraver Louis S. Schofield, the vignette on the back of $10 notes issued between 1928 and 1996 features a scene of the Treasury Building with an automobile in the foreground.
However, because of the legal requirements that forbid a Government agency from endorsing a commercial firm or product, it is not a Ford Model T or any other specific type of vehicle. Rather, it was based on a number of different cars manufactured at the time and was the creation of the Bureau designer who developed the artwork that served as a model for the engraving.

Alexander Hamilton (January 11, 1755 or 1757 – July 12, 1804) was a founding father of the United States, chief of staff to General George Washington, one of the most influential interpreters and promoters of the U.S. Constitution, the founder of the nation's financial system, and the founder of the first American political party.

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