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1974 $20 Federal Reserve Note CPCR5396C

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Why buy this $20 1974 Federal Reserve Note?

Fans of the seventh President of the United States are sure to love this $20 1974 Federal Reserve Note (FRN). The note was issued for circulation but was never circulated, which means that it remains in excellent condition. It bears a "D" on the obverse, which indicates that it was printed at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. When you order, you will receive the exact note shown on this page.

Classic President Andrew Jackson Design

At the center of the obverse is a portrait of President Andrew Jackson. The selection of Jackson for the note was ironic given his firm opposition to central banks. This face also bears the signatures of then-Treasurer of the United States Francine Neff and then-Secretary of the Treasury William E. Simon. The note's serial number is to the right of the portrait, and its face value is noted in each corner.

The reverse is dominated by a large vignette of the White House. Inscriptions above and below it read, "THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" and "TWENTY DOLLARS," respectively, while the numerals noting the note's face value are again provided in each of the corners.

Add this 1974 Federal Reserve $20 Note to your collection today.

Year of Issue:1974
Mint:U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Grading Service:Uncertified
Finish:Mint State
Country:United States
Legal Tender:United States