1963-A $20 FRN PCGS D.B. Cooper '71 Ransom Money

1963-A $20 FRN PCGS D.B. Cooper '71 Ransom Money

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Extremely rare find! This note was delivered to D.B. Cooper during the ransom on 1971. The U.S. Government tracked serial numbers of the ransom which leads to proof of this heavily damaged note being one of those of the ransom. Once in a lifetime find.

Found with others from the ransom which appears to have been dropped or misplaced and thusly damaged during the get away.

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  • Guaranteed by PCGS Currency.
  • Sealed in an archival quality currency holder by PCGS Currency.
  • The $20 Federal Reserve Notes. Series 1963-A.
  • District unknown.
  • Face: A portrait of President Andrew Jackson.
  • Back: An engraving of the White House.
  • Serial# L75500928B.

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This note was found by 8 year old Brian Ingram in 1980 on a camping trip on the beach front of the Columbia River in Vancouver, Washington. Found with two other disintegrating packets of ransom cash still held by the original rubber bands and arranged in the same order as when given to Cooper. Confirmed by the FBI that this was indeed part of the ransom, it was later concluded that Mr. Cooper never landed at the location but the cash had washed up river from further down the Columbia. This discovery lead to more questions than answers. A mystery to even this day.

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