How much is a 1950 $20 bill worth?

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A 1950 twenty dollar bill is valued at a minimum of £12.42, if it does not have any wear. It may be worth a maximum of £31 if it is in a good condition. The collector value depends on the dates, series letter if any, condition, tears, folds or stains and a collector demand.
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Despite its age, it's only worth face value in circulated condition. If it only has slight wear it might retail for a couple of bucks more.
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With no series letter, or A through D, $24 if circulated; about
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In Choice Crisp Uncirculated condition, it's worth about $25 if you can find an interested buyer. Any worse condition than that has no added value.
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Before 1928, U.S. currency, including $2 notes, was larger than it is today (7.42 by 3.12 inches) These $2 notes came in a large variety between 1862 and 1928: United States Notes
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