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notshyross

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Steve in Tampa

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I hate being Captain Obvious, but these are pretty beat up for moderns.
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EarlySmallSizeFanatic

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My OP vanished, here it is again: None of them are worth more than the face value. 

There is no market for modern notes in that condition, unless they are very scarce / rare. Save yourself the time and aggravation, and just spend them.

In addition, the $20's are problem notes (first one has partial teller stamp, and bottom one has stains). The prices you are asking are current CU prices (or close to it).

Use them to get a high grade note of that era. 

A 2004 to 2013 $20 star in 66 or possibly 67 if you get lucky, can be had for around $100. I know someone who has a $20 JD star in gem + for $100. 
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