About #127 - 20 dollars type 1861
United States. United States Treasury. Demand Notes. 1861 Issues. Date: 10.08.1861. Watermark: no. Material: paper. No security thread. Printer: American Bank Note Company, New York. Front printing in green and black. Front description: The 20 dollar bill, unlike the 5 dollar and 10 dollar bill, does not feature a portrait of a famous person. A female allegory representing Liberty or perhaps America is illustrated in the center of the note. The woman holds a sword in her right hand and a striped shield that features a bald eagle in the upper left. Two large green numbers "2 and 0" are located respectively to the right and left of the allegory. Numbering in red. The frame has the word "TWENTY" repeated several times horizontally on the top and bottom borders and vertically on the left and right borders. Unlike the $ 5 and $ 10 bills, the "Act of July 17, 1861" is located in the middle of the top border. The middle of the lower border contains the issuing company of the banknote, while “RECEIVABLE IN PAYMENT OF ALL PUBLIC DUES” is separated into two parts. Description of the back: the back is printed in green called "Greenback (money)". 910,000 issued notes. Very rare. Few Demand Notes of 1861 are known in better than VG condition.