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OLD 20$ bill ?

JayDubya

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That bill is basically like a template. They were printed in many places and just about the only thing that varied was the city name.

You probably want to start at eBay. Here's a link to $20 US National Bank Notes. You can try variations of the wording. Check completed listings for best idea of value.

https://www.ebay.com/b/20-US-National-Banknotes/3419/bn_55113379

Here's a few other places you may want to contact to see if they can provide you with some answers.

http://oldcurrencyvalues.com/1929_20_national_currency/

http://www.rarecurrency.com/national-bank-notes/

https://www.collectors.com/currency/us-currency-national-bank-notes/1697?size=200
 

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Thanks all for the information.........not a "for sale" thing......it was found in a old family book in a old envelope from a very small town bank that my great great grandparents owned .......its extremely fragile (poor paper) ....in poor condition ....the back side is very hard to decipher....found it intresting it isnt a silver/gold certificate

again thanks guys i had no clue where to start
 

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Thanks all for the information.........not a "for sale" thing......it was found in a old family book in a old envelope from a very small town bank that my great great grandparents owned .......its extremely fragile (poor paper) ....in poor condition ....the back side is very hard to decipher....found it intresting it isnt a silver/gold certificate

again thanks guys i had no clue where to start
So your ancestors were "banksters" huh?

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Really cool heirloom. I'd frame it.