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How much would an old $20 bill be worth in 60 years?

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Conditions that determine what a twenty dollar bill will be worth in 60 years include the condition and exchange rates. Based on twenty dollar bills of the past, a twenty dollar bill will be worth more money in the future if it is a special edition twenty dollar bill.

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Special edition bills are often an unusual color or have gold lain in the fabric or paper. Most current twenty dollar bills are not going to appreciate with a sixty year period. The most valuable form of investment is special edition bills or notes from the 1800s. If the value of a twenty dollar bill is in question, an appraisal can determine the value of the currency.

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