Between $10 - $20 unless the serial number ends with a star.
$65 to $100 if circulated, around $300 if uncirculated.
$12 to $15 if circulated, $20 or so if uncirculated.
In average condition it would be around $30 but in crisp condition it would be around $50.
Bills from the Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank will have the letter J and the number 10 on them.
The Kansas City designation would indicate your bill is most likely a Federal Reserve Note that was printed as part of the National Currency series. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1929 US 20 dollar Federal Reserve Note?" for more information.
There are 12 Federal Reserve banks that are located throughout the US. They are located in the cities of Boston; New York City; Philadelphia; Chicago; San Francisco; Cleveland, Ohio; Richmond, Virginia; Atlanta, Georgia; St. Louis, Missouri; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Kansas City, Missouri; and Dallas, Texas.
Check the letter in the Federal Reserve seal to the left of Jefferson's portrait. If it's a Kansas City bill, it will have the letter J. Likewise, the serial number (in green lettering) will also start with J.
There is a Missouri city in Missouri!!!!
It's not a silver certificate, it's a Federal Reserve note. The last $20 silver certificates were printed in the 1890s. Your bill is worth $22.-$45.depending on how worn it is, unless the Federal Reserve bank is Kansas City. In that case the value is $45-$90.
Kansas City is in both Kansas and Missouri.
How did the Missouri-Kansas-Texas influence Kansas?
Kansas City is in Kansas and Missouri because Kansas City is a rather large city; it is in Kansas but it crosses over the border and the larger part sits in Missouri, so it is considered a city in both Kansas and Missouri.
For the purpose of carrying out these day-to-day operations of the Federal Reserve System, the nation has been divided into twelve Federal Reserve Districts, with Banks in Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Richmond, Atlanta, Chicago, St. Louis, Minneapolis, Kansas City, Dallas, and San Francisco.
Both exist. The state border is the Missouri River, and Kansas City (Kansas) is a suburb of Kansas City (Missouri) just across the river.
Kansas and Missouri border one another.
Which Kansas City? Missouri or Kansas? Kansas City, Missouri has 476,000 residents as of 2009.
Federal Reserve Notes are printed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing at facilities in Washington and Fort Worth. Bills are distributed through the Federal Reserve banks in Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Richmond, Atlanta, St. Louis, Cleveland, Chicago, Kansas City, Dallas, Minneapolis, and San Francisco.
To add on to Wiki User's answer, Kansas City, Kansas is located in Wyandotte county Kansas, and Kansas City, Missouri is located in Jackson county Missouri. I know because I grew up on the Kansas side for most of my life.
If your bill is dated 1976 or later, the Federal Reserve District is indicated in several places on the bill:There will be a large J inside the bill's seal to the left of Jefferson's picture.The lettering around the seal will say "Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City"The number 10 will appear roughly in the 4 opposite corners of the "whitespace" area of the design.The serial number will start with a JIf the bill is older it wasn't distributed by the Federal Reserve, but instead is most likely a United States Note. These were issued directly by the Federal Government so they won't have any district indications.
Because one is in Kansas and the other is in Missouri, located at the junction of the Kansas and Missouri Rivers.
Kansas City straddles the Kansas & Missouri state border (defined by the Missouri river) hence there is Kansas City, KS and Kansas City, MO.
The is a Kansas City in Kansas and in Missouri.
Kansas. Kansas has won 13 national championships and Missouri has won 2.
Missouri and Kansas both have cities named Kansas City.