1928 $20 bill from District 5

Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by beachbum99, Oct 24, 2012.

  1. beachbum99

    beachbum99 Member

    I was given this $20 bill recently. It is from 1928.


    not sure how much this is worth....
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  3. beachbum99

    beachbum99 Member

    I was also given a 1957 silver certificate.

  4. RedSeals

    RedSeals New Member

    Could you post pictures/scans? I don't see any
  5. rickmp

    rickmp Frequently flatulent.

    Pictures or scans would help tremendously.
  6. beachbum99

    beachbum99 Member

    how do I add scanned photos?
  7. SteveInTampa

    SteveInTampa Always Learning

    I use PhotoBucket, and there are other services.
  8. rickmp

    rickmp Frequently flatulent.

    On the quick reply window, click on "Go Advanced". Scroll down to "Manage Attachments" and go from there.
  9. beachbum99

    beachbum99 Member

    oi! they got scanned in pdf.
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  11. beachbum99

    beachbum99 Member

    oi! the first scan did not go through. I wish I could e-mail them to someone....
  12. beachbum99

    beachbum99 Member


    the fronts of the currencies....

    not the best photo....

    not sure how to enlarge...
  13. Nice lookin notes.
    Bill Collector
  14. beachbum99

    beachbum99 Member

    Thank you! ;)
  15. Great looking notes. I'm partial to the $20. :thumb:
  16. beachbum99

    beachbum99 Member

    how do I find out what these bills are worth?
  17. Easy, look in the four corners of each note, you will see numbers in each of the corners, that's the value of each note. :D

    Only kidding,
    First you need to know the condition, then check e bay for current and past auctions and some of the other auction sites.
    Bill Collectors
  18. beachbum99

    beachbum99 Member

    lol! I like your sense of humor!

    I have been told that the $1 Canadian is worth about $40-50.

    I will ask someone at the local coin shop to see what they think about the others.

    I am learning something new every day.

    I thank you and everyone else who is being helpful and supportive.
  19. Seriously,
    Your most up to date pricing would be e bay and other auctions.

    It's always good to laugh once an awhile, it will keep you healthy.
    Bill Collector
  20. icerain

    icerain Mastir spellyr

    Nice looking notes. Make sure you keep them flat and preferably in a currency sleeve.
  21. funkee

    funkee Tender, Legal

    The 1928 $20 has a book value of $75 in Extremely Fine condition.

    The 1957 silver cert is about $3-4 normally; but the unusual serial number might get you $10 from an interested buyer.
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