This Series 1928 $20 Gold Certificate grades Extra Fine Details with a small edge flaws that keep it from being a full XF. Also a small stain on the bottom of the note. Very presentable and priced right!
- Last of this type issued for circulation.
- Housed in an archival quality currency sleeve.
- These notes have Extra Fine details with light edge damage and a stain.
- Face: Portrait of Andrew Jackson with "The United States of America" above and "Twenty Dollars" below.
- Back: Image of the White House.
Gold Certificates are a great part of history that can easily be added to any collection. These notes are always desirable for their Gold seal and serial numbers. Add one of these great conversation pieces to your cart today!
Woods/Mellon signatures—Friedberg #2402.
This series 1928 $20 Gold Certificate represents the last of this type of our currency. These notes had bright gold treasury seal and serial numbers, and were backed by gold coin, prior to the release of Executive Order #6102 which required U.S. citizens to surrender their Gold coin, Gold bullion, and Gold certificates.
This order was issued one month after Franklin D. Roosevelt became president as a means to help combat the Great Depression. These notes are always popular with collectors, and have increased in value over the years.