Between 1915 and 1934, the United States issued a series of Federal Reserve Bank Notes. These differed from Federal Reserve Notes in that the latter was backed by all twelve Federal Reserve banks, while the former was backed only by its issuing branch. In 1929, a new design was created featuring many of the design elements found on modern currency. Right now, 1929 $20 Federal Reserve Bank Notes in Very Fine condition are available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Delivered to you in a protective currency sleeve!
- Features the 1929 Andrew Jackson portrait!
- Note arrives in Very Fine condition!
- Issued a face value of $20 by the United States government.
- A portrait of Andrew Jackson is found on the obverse.
- The White House is shown in the reverse design.
- When buying multiple notes, it is possible to receive notes with matching or varied Reserve Bank seals.
When the Federal Reserve began printing Federal Reserve Bank Notes, they co-existed with Federal Reserve Notes, United States Notes, Silver Certificates, Gold Certificates, and National Bank Notes. Federal Reserve Bank notes were printed from 1915 to 1934 and included seven different large-sized notes and five small-sized notes. These various notes contained different denominations and portraits on the front designs. Many of the small-sized designs were influential for the aesthetic of our modern currency.
All 1929 Federal Reserve Bank Notes in this listing will arrive in Very Fine condition. As such, evidence that they have been in circulation will be clear, with light soiling and fold lines visible on the surface. Upon arrival, you will find your note housed inside a protective plastic currency sleeve.
A portrait of Andrew Jackson is featured on the obverse of these $20 Federal Reserve Bank Notes. Jackson was the 7th President of the United States and was nicknamed Old Hickory due to his stubborn resilience during the War of 1812. Also included on the obverse is the serial number in brown lettering on both the left and right sides of the note, along with the brown-colored seal.
A motif of the White House is shown on the reverse of Federal Reserve Bank Notes. The numeral 20 is shown in each corner, and along the sides are the words The United States of America, Twenty Dollars.
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