D B Cooper's Loot Serial Number
Found an old $20 bill, and want to easily check to see
if it was part of the loot from the most storied skyjacking in American
history? Then look no further!
For years, you had to find a copy of the FBI's list of
the stolen serial numbers - no easy task! Then, you had to peruse
the dozens of small-font pages to see if your suspect bill was listed.
Using the guide below, enter the serial number from
the $20 bill (on either half of the bill), and the Series year (located
on the lower right corner of Andrew Jackson's portrait) - like the
areas highlighted in yellow in the picture below.
Then, press "Check My Bill".
Our engine will take the information you supply, and
comb our database of the nearly 10,000 serial number of
ill-gotten gains. If you got a bill with one of the serial
numbers, the program will tell you. It is that easy!
Please note that, when entering a bill that, there can
be no spaces between the letters or numbers, and any letters MUST be in
all capital letters.
Quick statistics on D B Cooper's loot:
Most of the
serial numbers of $20 bills started with an 'L' (nearly 87%), which means it
originated with the San Francisco Federal Reserve branch
Most were from either the 1963A or 1969
Nearly all of the serial numbers
ended with an A, B, or a star.
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