What's the value of a 1938 20 dollar bill in circulated condition

If you check eBay, a 1934 $20 dollar bill would cost around $25 (circulated) up to $85 (circulated).

But as per Coinsite.com, U.S 1934 twenty dollar notes are not yet valuable, especially if they have been circulated.

An uncirculated note would bring at least a $10 premium. These notes were made for a long period of time and were replaced by the 1950 series of Federal Reserve Notes. A small letter next to the date (A-D) would allow knowing the approximate date range.

They are bound to become scarce over the next ten years as they are replaced by the new $20 design.

However, there are a few characteristics that make some 1934 $20 Federal Reserve Notes more valuable than others. Here’s a few thing to look for:

• Any 1934 or 1934A note overprinted “HAWAII”
• Star Notes, that is notes that have a star next to the serial numbers. They are replacement notes for notes that were destroyed at the Bureau of Engraving.
• In 1948 the White House that appears on the back of the $20 1934C note was changed. The new version shows 2 more chimneys, a second floor balcony and different and larger trees and bushes.
• Though not considered valuable yet, the 1934 $20 Minneapolis Federal Reserve note is scarce and has the lowest number printed of all the $20 1934 FRN issues.
• For the 1934A $20 issues, Atlanta FRN (less than 6 million notes printed), Dallas FRN (only about 2.5 million notes printed and the Philadelphia FRN (less than 4 million made) should be put away for a few years. These will be considered scarce or rare in the future.

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Friday, November 18 2016
Source: http://www.ebay.com/bhp/1934-20-dollar-bill