Value of Twenty Dollar Gold Certificate from 1863
|Year: March 3 1863
|Type: Gold Certificate
|Denomination: Twenty Dollar Bill
|Value: The value of $20 gold certificates from 1863 is based on their condition and serial number
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|Description: Twenty dollar gold certificates are normally common and available. However, the March 3rd 1863 example, as seen below, is very scarce. These are known as first issue gold certificates. Only twenty and one hundred dollar notes were issued for the first series.
1863 $20 gold certificates have an eagle perched on the American flag on the left hand side of the bill. Each note has a red serial number and a spiked red seal. The backs of these notes are almost all orange. If you have a note that looks like this, then please tell us about it.
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|Variations: There are no varieties to this issue.
|Inscriptions: Act of March 3rd 1863 – E Pluribus Unum – It Is Hereby Certified That Twenty Dollars Have Been Deposited With The Assistant Treasurer of The U.S. in New York Payable In Gold At His Office To The Bearer – Register Of The Treasury – Assistant Treasurer Of The United States – Amer Septent Sigil Thesaur