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Why add the 1928 $20 24KT Gold Certificate Commemorative PMG GEM to your collection?
Paper Money Guaranty (PMG) graded this 1928 $20 24KT Gold Certificate Commemorative sought after GEM level. Gold Certificates were illegal for U.S. collectors to own after the 1933 gold confiscation order enacted by President Roosevelt. Gold Certificates became legal for collectors to own again the sixties. The note is part of an eight issue commemorative series available exclusively through ModernCoinMart. The series features commemorative issues of the first small format gold certificates from 1928. Each gold foil in the series weighs approximately 100 mg and consists of 24 Karat, .999 gold. At the time the original 1928 $20 Gold Certificate was issued it could easily be exchanged for a freshly struck $20 Saint-Gaudens gold coin or two of the iconic $10 Gold Indians designed by Saint-Gaudens.
Andrew Jackson Portrait $20 Obverse
"Twenty Dollars in Gold Coin Payable to the Bearer on Demand" appears on the obverse of this note just below the portrait of President Andrew Jackson. The reverse has an elaborate edge engraving and the denomination $20 noted in each corner. The central engraving on the reverse features a majestic image of the White House.
GEM graded examples have is no significant evidence of handling visible to the unaided eye. The margins, centering and registration are above average. The note would achieve a numerical grade of 65 or higher.
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|Year of Issue:||1928|
|Legal Tender:||United States|
|Obverse Design:||Andrew Jackson|
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