United States Small Notes
These are my United States Small size notes. Small size notes are notes that
were produced after 1928. They are the regular size that you see today in
circulation. Below you will see Territorial notes, which are notes from when the
United States occupied some place and printed their own money to be used
there. You will also see Star notes. These are notes that are replacements for
ones that were damaged in the printing process. You can click on any picture to
bring up a larger view of the note.
Year: 1969C
Denomination: $20
Quantity Printed: 32,000,000
Signatures: R.A. Banuelos & G.P.
Shultz
History: These three notes are
1969 $20 notes. This was the first
year with a modified Treasury seal
on the note.
Year: 1976
Denomination: $2
Quantity Printed: 60,800,000
Signatures: F.I. Neff & W.E.
Simon
History: This is a 1976 $2 note.
The back of the note depicts the
signing of the Declaration of
Independence. This note was
commemorating the bicentennial of
the United States of America.
Year: 1963B
Denomination: $1
Quantity Printed: 106,400,000
Signatures: H.O. Granahan & J.
Barr
History: These two notes are 1963
$1 Barr notes. They are called this
because they were signed by
Secretary of the Treasury Joseph
Barr. They are rare because he was
only Secretary of the Treasury for
28 days. These notes are also
graded by PMG as 64/70.
Federal Reserve Notes
Year: 1928
Denomination: $20
Quantity Printed: 10,891,740
Signatures: H.T. Tate & A.W.
Mellon
History: This is a 1928 $20 Federal
Reserve note . It is a numeral note
which means they used a the Federal
Reserve Bank number in the seal
instead of the Federal Reserve Bank
letter which you see nowadays.
Year: 1976
Denomination: $2
Quantity Printed: 29,440,000
Signatures: F.I. Neff & W.E.
Simon
History: This is a 1976 $2 note.
The back commemorates the signing
of the Declaration of Independence
and the Bicentennial of the United
States of America. The front shows
a stamp on the bill showing where it
was issued and that it was issued on
the release day.
Year: 1988A
Denomination: $1
Quantity Printed: 89,600,000
Signatures: C.V. Villalpando &
N.F. Brady
History: This is a 1988 $1
web-note. These were printed using
a new method of using one
continuous roll of paper. It was fast
and printed both sides of the paper
at once. This method only lasted
from 1992-1995.
Year: 1934
Denomination: $5
Quantity Printed: 47,888,760
Signatures: W.A. Julian & H.
Morgenthau Jr.
History: This is a 1934 $5 note
with a vivid, lime green seal.
Year: 1934
Denomination: $20
Quantity Printed: 16,795,116
Signatures: W.A. Julian & H.
Morgenthau
History: This is a 1934 $20 note
with a lime green seal.
Year: 1953B
Denomination: $2
Quantity Printed: 10,800,000
Signatures: E.R. Smith & C.D.
Dillon
History: This is a 1953B $2 US
note. This note has Thomas
Jefferson on the front and the
Monticello on the reverse.
United States Notes
Year: 1963
Denomination: $5
Quantity Printed: 63,360,000
Signatures: H.O. Granahan &
C.D. Dillon
History: This is a 1963 $5 US note.
This note has Abraham Lincoln on
the front and the Lincoln Memorial
on the reverse.
Year: 1950A
Denomination: $10
Quantity Printed: 235,064,000
Signatures: I.B. Priest & G.M.
Humphrey
History: This is a 1950A $10 note
with a light green seal.
Year: 1950A
Denomination: $20
Quantity Printed: 69,544,000
Signatures: I.B. Priest & G.M.
Humphrey
History: This is a 1950 $20 note
with a light green seal.
Year: 1929
Denomination: $20
Quantity Printed: 444,000
Signatures: E.E. Jones & W.O.
Woods
History: This is a 1929 $20 Federal
Reserve note printed over a National
Currency note. A National Currency
note was issued from a single
bank/chain. The United States
changed that and they were now
printing/issuing from the Federal
Reserve Banks.
Year: 1929
Denomination: $10
Quantity Printed: 3,156,000
Signatures: W.O. Woods & E.E.
Jones
History: This is a 1929 $10 Federal
Reserve note printed over a National
Currency note. A National Currency
note was issued from a single
bank/chain. The United States
changed that and they were now
printing/issuing from the Federal
Reserve Banks.
Year: 1934
Denomination: $10
Quantity Printed: 69,962,064
Signatures: W.A. Julian & H.
Morgenthau Jr.
History: This is a 1934 $10 note
with a vivid, lime green seal.
Year: 2003A
Denomination: $2
Issuing Bank: New York
Quantity Printed: 9,999
Signatures: A.E. Cabral & J.W.
S
now
History: This is a 2003A $2 note.
Thi
s particular note was released in
2008 with 9,999 others starting with
the serial number 2008xxxx. This is
a special edition and only available
from the BEP.
Year: 2006
Denomination: $10
Issuing Bank: Atlanta
Quantity Printed: Not Available
Signatures: A.E. Cabral & H.M.
Paulson

History: This is a 2006 $10 note.