One (1) 20 dollar note
United States, 1918
Obverse Image: Portrait of Grover Cleveland.
Obverse Text: 20 / NATIONAL CURRENCY / SECURED BY UNITED STATES BONDS OR UNITED STATES CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS OR UNITED STATES ONE-YEAR GOLD NOTES, DEPOSITED WITH THE TREASURER OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA / REGISTER OF THE TREASURY / TREASURER OF THE UNITED STATES / F-6 / F76341A / THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF ATLANTA GEORGIA WILL PAY TO THE BEARER ON DEMAND TWENTY DOLLARS / MAY 18, 1914 / SERIES OF 1918 / CASHIER / GOVERNOR / AUTHORIZED BY THE ACTS OF DECEMBER 23, 1913, AND APRIL 23, 1918 / CLEVELAND / FEDERAL RESERVE BANK NOTE / THESAUR / AMER / SEPTENT / SIGIL
Reverse Image: On the left, an image of a steam engine train, an airplane, and a car. On the right, the Statue of Liberty in the background with steam ship in the foreground.
Reverse Text: TWENTY DOLLARS / NATIONAL CURRENCY / FEDERAL RESERVE BANK NOTE / 20 / TWENTY / 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 PUBLIC DEBT
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