Monday, October 29, 2012

1996 $20 Bill, AD-C

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The first of major design change on U.S. currency in decades happened for the 1996 series. By comparison the current multicolor design is almost the same just more colorful. The older design from 1928-1995 had  smaller portraits, more symmetry, and less security features.



The design change was a first and lasted through three series 1996, 1999, and 2001. Still they are common and still circulating so they really have no extra value unless perfect. To slowdown counterfeiters the government suggest a redesign every five years or so. The smaller value the note the less often it needs to be changed except for the one dollar bill that has no major redesigns pending.

Here's the stats for this bill...
Type/Federal Bank: $20 Note - D.C. / Cleveland
Year: 1996
Printings: 364,000,000
Printed: May 1999
Run: 8th of 15 from AD51200001C - AD57600000C
Value: $20.00 in VF 

Do you have currency and want to know its value? Leave a comment/question and I will do my best to find out the price and history for you.

6 dollars worth, for Comments/Questions click here.:

Anonymous said...

Looking to know the value of a $20 bill 1934 C series L37645165 B

Man said...

$20 bill 1934 C series L37645165 B about $30.00

Anonymous said...

Was the Series Date one of the changes between 1996 - 2001, from the right side to the left side, also to prevent counterfeiting?

Man said...

Was the Series Date one of the changes between 1996 - 2001, from the right side to the left side, also to prevent counterfeiting?

I think it was more of a design choice but yes changing the design is a counterfeiting tool.

Anonymous Player said...

1$ Series 2003A And code F95489856N and
1$ Series 2003A and code A02222855D

Man said...

1$ Series 2003A And code F95489856N and
1$ Series 2003A and code A02222855D


Both are common and have no fancy numbers.