National Bank Note Value – Series of 1902 Twenty Dollar Blue Seal
|Year: 1902 (1902-1928)
|Type: National Currency / Bank Note
|Denomination: Twenty Dollar Bill
|Value: The value of a 1902 $20 blue seal is based on the bank of issue, condition, and serial number
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|Description: 1902 $20 blue seals can be scarce. For every three ten dollar bills printed, there was only one twenty dollar bill printed. Unfortunately, very few people collect by denomination. However, for those that do, a $20 bill can be a nice find. Blue seals were printed between 1908 and 1929. So despite saying series of 1902, none of the bills are actually that old.
Thousands of different banks printed national currency. Condition and bank of issue are most important when trying to determine the value of 1902 $20 blue seals. Please contact us for details.
The note below is from Morgantown, Indiana. Your $20 bill could be from just about any bank and any town in the United States.
|Variations: There are fourteen different signature varieties for 1902 blue seal bank notes:
Lyons – Roberts
Despite the different signature combinations, most people collect national currency based on which bank issued the note. Do not assume that because you have a common signature that your note wouldn’t otherwise be valuable.
|Inscriptions: National Currency – Secured By United States Bonds or Other Securities – United States of America Will Pay To The Bearer On Demand Twenty Dollars – Register of the Treasury – Treasurer of The United States – Cashier – President – Series of 1902 – 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 associations within the United States except interest on the public debt.