1934 A series 20 dollar bill

1934 A series 20 dollar bill

Sid
Sid

March 3rd, 2003, 11:02 pm #1

I recently received a 1934 A series 20 dollar bill and was wondering if it was worth more than the face value. It's in pretty good shape with four folds and no stains. Serial # b60334986a. It has an F77 printed on the front and on the back I noticed the #365.Any info would be appreciated.
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Casey
Casey

March 4th, 2003, 2:10 pm #2

Where was it printed?
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Casey
Casey

March 4th, 2003, 2:12 pm #3

I recently received a 1934 A series 20 dollar bill and was wondering if it was worth more than the face value. It's in pretty good shape with four folds and no stains. Serial # b60334986a. It has an F77 printed on the front and on the back I noticed the #365.Any info would be appreciated.
In other words, B would anote Boston, etc...
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March 4th, 2003, 11:34 pm #4

I recently received a 1934 A series 20 dollar bill and was wondering if it was worth more than the face value. It's in pretty good shape with four folds and no stains. Serial # b60334986a. It has an F77 printed on the front and on the back I noticed the #365.Any info would be appreciated.
Hi...your note with 4 folds, no tears ,no stains would grade VF which is very fine condion.It has a book value of around $25.Uncle Sam printed over 102 million.It is a common note collectors can find them easily.

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March 4th, 2003, 11:38 pm #5

In other words, B would anote Boston, etc...
Hi...all notes at that time were printed at Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington D.C.The "B" in front of the serial number indicates what Federal Resereve Bank these notes were printed for.The letter B indicate the Federal Reserve Bank on New York.

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Sid
Sid

March 5th, 2003, 3:35 pm #6

Hi...your note with 4 folds, no tears ,no stains would grade VF which is very fine condion.It has a book value of around $25.Uncle Sam printed over 102 million.It is a common note collectors can find them easily.

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Do you think it may be worth keeping or putting in the "mad money" pile for spending?
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March 5th, 2003, 10:47 pm #7

Hi...that's a tough question ,saving it for an investment probably is not worth it.I would probably spend it or you may keep it for your kids or grand kids as a historic look at our past .This may make them interested in collecting currency and start them in this fascinating hobby.

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makena k
makena k

March 15th, 2003, 12:21 am #8

hey i was looking for information on mine it has Hawaii printed on the back takes up most of the note and also the face side has Hawaii on the left and right side it has no tears and only a fold on | and - so please respon to my E-mail if you would.
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March 25th, 2003, 12:55 am #9

Hi...these notes were printed during the second world war to be used in Hawii in case the Japanese took over the island.These notes could then be made worthless by the US.
If this note has only a single fold with no tears,no stains and paper is crisp.Then this note would grade AU.Which means almost uncirculated.It would probably have a value of around $75-80.Certain serial numbers add a preimum to this value if you can give me those I can check my book.

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Christine Friesz
Christine Friesz

August 17th, 2012, 8:57 pm #10

The serial # is L86876903A says the Federal Resurve of Sanfrancisco California
could you give me an approx value thank you
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