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        Twenty Dollar Bills from The 1900s

        Believe it or not, there were only two types of large size twenty dollar bills issued by the United States with a date on them in the 1900s. ?Those two types of money are gold certificates and national bank notes.

        The first $20 gold certificate is from the series of 1905. ?It is called a technicolor by most collectors. ?These are very rare. ?Most are worth a few thousand dollars. ?Examples in perfect condition can be worth far more. ?George Washington is pictured on the front center of each bill.

        A $20 gold certificate was also issued in 1906. ?It looks very similar to the much rarer 1905 type. ?1906 twenty dollar bills are fairly common. ?Circulated examples generally sell for around $150. ?Nicer examples are of course worth more money.

        There were four different types of national bank notes being printed during the 1900s.

        Series of 1882 $20 Brown Backs:
        National banks that opened in 1900 or 1901 issued series of 1882 brown backs until 1908. ?Twenty dollar brown backs are popular and collectible.

        Series of 1882 $20 Blue Seals:
        National banks that opened in 1900 or 1901, that were still open in 1909, issued a type of money known as an 1882 blue seal. ?Some blue seals can be very rare because very few banks met the criteria to issue them.

        Series of 1902 $20 Red Seals:
        National banks that opened between 1902 and 1908 issued series of 1902 red seals until March of 1908. ?These bills could have a charter date of 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, or 1908. ?Red seals are very popular and are usually at least somewhat rare. ?They were only printed for a short period of time. ?We are especially aggressive buyers of red seals.

        Series of 1902 $20 Blue Seals:
        Any national bank that opened between 1902 and 1909 (that was still in business by 1909) issued a type of money known as series of 1902 blue seals. ?Blue seals can absolutely be rare. ?As with any $20 national bank note, the value is all based on the condition, serial number, and bank of issue.

        If you have a $20 gold certificate or national bank note, please send us an email and tell us about it. ?We are experts in the field and we are always interested buyers. ?Sales@AntiqueMoney.com