20 dollar bill that is missing the front face
My mom found it in the bank in the 1980s
Thank you for contacting Mearto with your appraisal inquiry. Based on the photographs examined, the subject of this appraisal is an ungraded United States $20 bill circa approximately 1980 with a printing error that makes it a "second printing missing" error note.
The piece appears to be in uncirculated condition based on an examination of the scanned photocopy showing the note's front and back simultaneously with no folds noted, but possible issues with small stains or soiling. It's unclear how much of what appears to be soiling is actually photocopy artifact.
Second printing missing error notes generally sought-after errors by collectors. Assuming the absence of issues such as folds or other damage not apparent from the photographic examination, Fair Market Value of the piece is estimated at $800 to $1,000.