Monday, October 22, 2012

1996 $20 Stare Note, AG-*

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This $20 bill is kind of dingy and folded but it still has that star at the end of the serial number.The ink stain on one of the corners is also not good. It may have been done at the bank or in someone's pocket but it is common and does little to the value unless on a perfect bill.


The 1996 series marks the fist time they placed the double letters on the serial number. The first letter indicates the series year and the second letter indicates the Federal district bank. In this case A = 1996 and G = Chicago.

Each new series year will follow the alphabet with the exception of O which is never used. The letter O and the number 0 are too similar and may cause confusion. The removal of the district seal is why they added the district letter to the serial number.

Here's the stats for this bill...
Type/Federal Bank: $20 Note- Fort Worth / Chicago
Year: 1996
Printings: 12,800,000
Printed: July 1998
Run: 2nd of 4 from AG03200001* - AG06400000*
Value: $22.00 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.

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

Anonymous said...

hi i have inherited some coins and i have no idea of there value if u could help i would be very happy.
german coins-german empire 10 Pfennig (1917) zinc,
German Empire 5 Pfennig 1911,
German Third Reich 1 Reichspfennig 1940,1942,1943 zinc,
German Third Reich 2 Reichspfennig 1939,German Third Reich 5 Reichspfennig 1941,German Third Reich 2 Reichsmark Swastika-Hindenburg,German Third Reich 10 Reichspfennig 1941,1943,Australia 10 Cents 1981, Australia 20 Cents 1966,Belgium 2 Francs (1944) U.S. steel cent planchet,Belgium 1 Franc 1945 Belgie-Belgique,25 Centimes (1938) Belgie,France 50 Centimes 1942,German Weimar Republic 5 Rentenpfennig 1924, Canada 1 Cent 1915,Canada 25 Cents 1975, Russia 10 Kopeks 1936,Great Britain 1/2 Penny 1907, Great Britain 1 Penny high sea level 1909,great britain one penny 1921,Great Britain 50 New Pence 1969,Great Britain 1/2 Crown 1931,Great Britain 3 Pence 1901...but this one has a hole in the left side of the crown. and i have some bank notes but i dont kno if u do those but if u do i have a 5 Mark 31.10.1904 6 digit serial#, 1 Gulden 4.2.1943, 20 Francs 12-13-1944,and a 1 eine mark 1944








Man said...

german empire 10 Pfennig (1917) zinc about $0.50
German Empire 5 Pfennig 1911 about $0.40

German Third Reich 1 Reichspfennig 1940,1942,1943 zinc,
--About $0.20 each

German Third Reich 2 Reichspfennig 1939 about $0.25
German Third Reich 5 Reichspfennig 1941 about $0.25

German Third Reich 2 Reichsmark Swastika-Hindenburg,
--What year?

German Third Reich 10 Reichspfennig 1941,1943,
--About $0.25 each

Australia 10 Cents 1981 about $0.10
Australia 20 Cents 1966 about $1.00
Belgium 2 Francs (1944) U.S. steel cent planchet about $0.50
Belgium 1 Franc 1945 Belgie-Belgique about $0.50
25 Centimes (1938) Belgie about $0.30
France 50 Centimes 1942 about $0.20
German Weimar Republic 5 Rentenpfennig 1924 about $0.50
Canada 1 Cent 1915 about $2.00
Canada 25 Cents 1975 about $0.25
Russia 10 Kopeks 1936 about $2.50
Great Britain 1/2 Penny 1907 about $1.20

Man said...

Great Britain 1 Penny high sea level 1909 about $1.50
great britain one penny 1921 about $1.00
Great Britain 50 New Pence 1969 about $0.75
Great Britain 1/2 Crown 1931 about $8.00

Great Britain 3 Pence 1901...but this one has a hole in the left side of the crown.
--About $1.40

Notes...
5 Mark 31.10.1904 6 digit serial# about $1.00
1 Gulden 4.2.1943 about $2.00
20 Francs 12-13-1944 about $1.00
1 eine mark 1944 about $3.00

Anonymous said...

1939

Man said...

German Third Reich 2 Reichsmark Swastika-Hindenburg...1939

About $3.00 unless the mint mark is E then $15.00.

Ben Galant said...

Hallo,

I have a question about a starred 100$ note.

It is xf condition. AA 004''''''' *

Under the serial no. on the left side it is marked "A1"

I think the "Triple-A" effect is interestind and gives some added value.

Can you estimate it's worth ? (I am not an actual collector , only by heart :-) )



Man said...

100$ note.

It is xf condition. AA 004''''''' *

Under the serial no. on the left side it is marked "A1"

I think the "Triple-A" effect is interestind and gives some added value.


About $110.00 the Triple-A does not add value.

Ben Galant said...

Thank you.