2004 $20 Federal Reserve Note Value – How much is 2004 $20 Bill Worth?

2004 $20 Federal Reserve Note Value – How much is 2004 $20 Bill Worth?

2004 Twenty Dollar Federal Reserve Note

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Item Info
Series2004
TypeFederal Reserve Note
Seal VarietiesOne: Green
Signature Varieties1. Marin - Snow
Varieties12 Banks Issued Notes:
Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Kansas City, Minneapolis, New York, Philadelphia, Richmond, San Francisco, St. Louis
Star Notes9 Varieties with Star Serial Numbers.
See AlsoIf your note doesn't match try:
1. 1999 $20 Federal Reserve Note
2. 2001 $20 Federal Reserve Note
3. 2004A $20 Federal Reserve Note
4. 2006 $20 Federal Reserve Note
5. 2009 $20 Federal Reserve Note
Other Info1. Printed in Washington, D.C.
2. Printed in Fort Worth, TX
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2 thoughts on “2004 $20 Federal Reserve Note Value – How much is 2004 $20 Bill Worth?”

  1. Geez What does it take to find an answer? I know a note with only 3 different numbers is called something. What? and what about when the last 5 of th6 3’s are in a row? Have I got something here? Anyone know?

    • Hi Joe, apologies for any frustrations. Please submit your note on the homepage.

      Generally five 3’s in a row doesn’t have much collectible value. Collectors prefer 7 similar digits. Solid digits, or 8 in a row, is even better.

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