walking liberty's Blog

26 Jan 2021

Need help!

Exonumia | walking liberty

Alright people i need some real help. My grandpa found a $20 bill with the serial number bleed over to the other side and he is wondering if it has any value. I have searched and found no conclusive answer only dead ends and half answered questions. I was wondering if you or any of your friends knew about the value (if it has any) and if he should keep it or not. Thanks for all the help WL



Level 3

That's a good one to have in your collection


Level 7

If there was more it would be worth more.


Level 6

Worth 420. Could it be security features that were done incorrectly? Just a guess. Check a coin dealer. Thanks, cool looking.

It's Mokie

Level 6

Just a minor transfer from a sheet below or above, nothing of value unless it is very distinct and very complete. Worth $20.


Level 6

Weird looking... Maybe check with your local coin shop? Good luck! ; )

I. R. Bama

Level 5

I see you are still using that copyright picture for your avitar. Did you ever get permission to use it or post the permission? If you don't do it, that's theft of intellectual property and there are criminal fines for using it without permission.


Level 5

He got permission.

I. R. Bama

Level 5

Let's see the front side too

walking liberty

Level 4

i do not have the front this is the only picture I have recenved


Level 5

I am going to side with Golfer on this one, it isn't really anything worth more than face


Level 5

Not worth anything special most likely. You see a lot of minor stuff like that if you scrutinize your paper money enough.


Level 5

I don't know either, I haven't heard of any errors like that, that is a really cool find though.


Level 5

Hmmmm. No idea. Not my area of expertise. Maybe someone else can be of more help. Good luck!

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