Issued in 1922, these were the last-ever, large sized $10 Gold Certificates printed by the United States! They’re easily recognizable by their large-note size and portrait of Michael Hillegas, the first treasurer of the United States. The back of the note displays the Great Seal of the United States printed in vibrant gold ink - just in case anyone doubted the note was redeemable in gold. Unfortunately, they were affected by the 1933 gold recall, when gold coins and paper currency redeemable in gold were seized by the government and destroyed. Luckily, a few of these special notes were preserved in Fine (F) condition, so you can add them to your collection today. Each comes with a certificate of authenticity.