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FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF N E W YORK Cash Department Circular No. 320 .November 20,1920. New Counterfeit $10 Federal Reserve Note To all Banks, Trust Companies and Savings Banks in the Second Federal Reserve District: A new counterfeit $10 Federal Reserve Note is brought to your attention. The Secret Service Division of the Treasury Department has described the note in its circular letter No. 454, as follows: " O n the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Missouri; check letter ' B ' ; W. G. McAdoo, Secretary of the Treasury; John Burke, Treasurer of of the United States; portrait of Jackson. " T h i s counterfeit is printed from photographic plates, and is clearly the work of an amateur. The bill is about a half inch shorter than the genuine, and the face is brown instead of black, and the back blue instead of green. The number of the specimen a t hand is J7509902A. I t is a poor counterfeit." Very truly yours, J. H. CASE, Acting Governor