This video covers everything you need to know about 1914 $20 Dollar Bills, or 1914 $20 Federal Reserve Notes, from the history of the note to the design to the different factors that might make them valuable or not (and special characteristics that have outsize value catalysts). Collecting rare currency and older banknotes, especially U.S. banknotes, exposes collectors to a wide variety of really interesting monetary history and artwork, so it's always good to brush up on the information and understanding of the notes, and that is what I'm aiming to do with this series. My goal is to cover each of the main types of banknotes, highlighting everything from consecutive notes to fancy serial numbers to uncirculated and circulated bills to errors. So much info to condense and present to you – hopefully you can take away something valuable that will help you in your collecting goals.
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10 Comments on “1914 $20 Federal Reserve Note Complete Guide – How Much Is It Worth And Why? – Blue & Red Seal”
Love your videos…first comment
These notes have a great look. Thank you for the interesting summary. ✌🏻
Glad it was helpful!
Did not know about these notes … really like the look on the back with the train locomotive and the ship. Thanks for all the information.
Glad you like them! They are pretty neat!
My grandpa has a 10,000 in good condition. I remember seeing it as a lil kid and not thinking much of it besides oh cool lol.
That is unbelievable!
Do you have any video about copper penny after 1983 ?
Very Informative !!