Series of 1918 $20 Federal Reserve Bank Note Values

Value of Twenty Dollar National Currency From Series of 1918

 

Year:  1918 Type:  Federal Reserve Bank Note Denomination:  Twenty Dollar Bill
Value:  The value of twenty dollar 1918 federal reserve bank notes is based on condition and bank of issue.
We purchase $20 federal reserve notes from from 1918.  Send us an email with what you have admin@oldcurrencyvalues.com.  We will respond quickly with our opinion and offer.
Description:  Series of 1918 ten dollar bills were only issued by The Federal Reserve Banks in Atlanta (as seen below) and St. Louis.  These note are rare, especially in high grades.

1914, 1915, and 1918 twenty dollar bills all have similar designs.  On the series of 1918 $20 bills, Grover Cleveland is on the left hand side of the bill and the blue seal is on the far right hand side.  The back still shows a locomotive and a steamship.  Series of 1918 $20 federal reserve bank notes can certainly be rare.  We would encourage you to contact us for exact pricing on your note.

If your series of 1918 $20 bill has a star symbol at the end of the serial number, it will command a significant premium.  You can learn more about 1918 $20 star notes here.
Variations:  There are just two varieties to the series of 1918 $20 bill:

Atlanta – Elliott – Burke – Bell – Wellborn
St. Louis – Teehee – Burke – Attebery – Wells

Inscriptions:  National Currency  –  Federal Reserve Bank Note  –  Series of 1918  –  May 18, 1914  –  Secured By United States Certificates Of Indebtedness Or United States One-Year Gold Notes, Deposited With The Treasurer Of The United States Of America  –  Will Pay To The Bearer On Demand Twenty Dollars  –  Authorized By The Acts Of Dec. 23, 1913, And April 23, 1918  –  Cashier  –  Governor  –  Register Of The Treasury  –  Treasurer Of The United States  –  Amer Septent Sigil Thesaur  –  This Note Is Receivable At Par In All Parts Of The United States In Payment Of All Taxes And Excises And All Other Dues To The United States Except Duties On Imports And Also For All Salaries And Other Debts And Demands Owing By The United States To Individuals Corporations And Associated Within The United States Except Interest On Public Debt