1863 $20 Legal Tender Value – How much is 1863 $20 Bill Worth?

1863 Twenty Dollar Legal Tender Or United States Note
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Sell 1863 $20 Bill
Item Info
Series1863
TypeLegal Tender Note - United States Note
Seal VarietiesOne: Red Seal
Signature Varieties1. Chittenden - Spinner
Varieties4 Varieties. Will try to identify the note from your image.
1. New Series 9-18 Top Center - American & National Bank Note Co. Lower Border - Type 2 Seal - Second Obligation Reverse - One Serial Number - Green Patent Date at Left
2. New Series 18-20 Top Center - American Bank Note Co. Lower Border - Type 2 Seal - Second Obligation Reverse - One Serial Number - Without Green Patent Date
3. New Series 21-28 Top Center - American Bank Note Co. Lower Border - Type 2 Seal - Second Obligation Reverse - Two Serial Numbers - Left Number at Bottom - Without Green Patent Date
4. New Series 20-21 Top Center - American Bank Note Co. Lower Border - Type 2 Seal - Second Obligation Reverse - Two Serial Numbers Left Number high as Right (ABN Error) - Without Green Patent Date
See AlsoIf your note doesn't match try:
1. 1862 $20 Legal Tender
2. 1869 $20 Legal Tender
3. 1861 $20 Demand Note
4. 1864 $20 Compound Interest Treasury Note
5. 1863 $20 Compound Interest Treasury Note
6. 1863 $20 Gold Certificate
7. 1864 $20 Interest Bearing Note
Other Info1. High quality image required. Some counterfeits exist.
Example RarityNew Series 18-20 Top Center
American Bank Note Co. Lower Border
Type 2 Seal
Second Obligation Reverse
One Serial Number
Without Green Patent Date, signatures Chittenden - Spinner with Red Seal seal.
Comment: Solid collectible potential. Notes About Uncirculated or better value to $16000. 2
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