1929 $20 Federal Reserve Bank Notes (Very Fine) - Silver.com™
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1929 $20 Federal Reserve Bank Notes (Very Fine)

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Silver.com is pleased to offer you vintage bank notes that are ideal for fans and collectors of historical currency. In this listing, you will find the 1929 $20 note, which was notable for its new design featuring President Andrew Jackson instead of Grover Cleveland. This was one of five new small-sized notes introduced in 1929 as part of the Federal Reserve Bank Note program. Today, 1929 $20 Federal Reserve Bank Notes are available for purchase in Very Fine condition at Silver.com.

Note Highlights:

  • Arrives in a protective plastic currency sleeve!
  • Genuine 1929 paper currency!
  • Notes are in Very Fine condition!
  • Issued a face value of $20 from the government of the United States.
  • The obverse shows a portrait of Andrew Jackson.
  • On the reverse side is a depiction of the White House.
  • When purchasing multiple notes, it is possible to receive notes with matching or varied Reserve Bank seals.

The Federal Reserve Bank Notes are similar to the standard Federal Reserve Note. However, they differ in that the Federal Reserve Notes are collectively backed by all twelve Federal Reserve Banks, whereas the Federal Reserve Bank Note was only backed by its issuing branch. In 1929, the $20 note was issued in a small size with a new design featuring Andrew Jackson. The Federal Reserve also printed $5, $10, $50, and $100 notes in this format until 1934, when the series was discontinued.

Each of these 1929 Federal Reserve Bank Notes is genuine legal tender backed by the United States government. Their condition is listed as Very Fine, which allows for some soiling and folds across the surface. We fully insure your order while in transit and deliver these notes in protective plastic currency sleeves.

The obverse of $20 Federal Reserve Bank Notes features Andrew Jackson. Prior to this note, Grover Cleveland was depicted on the $20 note and Jackson on the $10 bill. The change stuck, however, as Jackson continues to be present on $20 bills to this day. In brown lettering on each side of the portrait, you will find the bill’s serial number, as well as the official seal on the right side.

On the reverse side of these Federal Reserve Bank Notes, there is a vignette of the White House. This design replaced the reverse of previous $20 bills that depicted different forms of transportation. In all four corners of the note, there is the numeral 20. Also shown are the words The United States of America, Twenty Dollars.

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Weight 1.00000 oz

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Mint Mark:  Not Shown

Condition:  Very Fine

Face Value:  $20

Country:  United States

Edge Design:  Smooth

Packaging Type:  Presentation Packaging

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