Old 10th August 2004, 21:50   #1
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Is this $2 bill worth anything?

My dad has this $2 bill he's been hanging onto for awhile and didn't want to spend it, but he's desided to give it to me, since most of the people he's talked to have said it wasn't worth anything more than as little as a nickle over it's $2 face value...

It looks to have some type of value, since it has red ink, which is unusual, but I don't know...Anyone know about this (I'm sure SSJ4 might be able to give me insight, though)?

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Old 10th August 2004, 21:51   #2
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Uhh, dammit...Forgot to attach the picture...
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Old 10th August 2004, 21:54   #3
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they're usually worth a little more than $5

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Old 10th August 2004, 21:54   #4
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$2 bills are interesting to have (I have a few somewhere too), but they're just not old enough to really be "rare" and in demand yet.

Keep it for another 50 years, then check the value of it.

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Old 10th August 2004, 22:00   #6
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_...wo_dollar_bill
You might have something:

http://www.usmintquarters.com/redseals.htm

or not:

http://search.ebay.com/red-seal-two-...ertyZ2QQsotrZ2
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I've got one of those somewhere, myself. I'm going to keep it until I'm about 60 years old.
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Old 10th August 2004, 22:46   #8
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All I want is my two dollars!
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I have got lots of those $2 bills laying around, along with lots of 50 cent and dollar coins(forget the names.)
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hey, I got one of those too:

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All I want is my two dollars!
Damnit, m0e, you beat me to it

I used to have one of those years ago, until some kid stole it from me.
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If some one whould scan the back side of that 2 dollar bill. Then I could print it out, and it would be worth as much as I felt like making it be.


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I've always been lead to believe that they are worth just what they say, $2.00.
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i used to have a $2 bill. i had it untill i spent it at least.

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Old 11th August 2004, 06:27   #16
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Idiot is in fact correct. You can go to a bank anytime and get 2 dollar bills if you so desire.
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True, you can get $2 bills at most banks any time you want, some are harder to get than others. What you have, though, is a common 1963A series red seal $2 bill, US Note. They trend on e-bay for about $3 each, though they're not uncirculated (such as yours). Uncirculated examples can go for as high as $10 each.

I have a $2 bill as well, though just one. A 1976 series, Federal Reserve Note (common cash). Not much, really, but worth keeping a hold of, since you're not likely to get older series' notes at the bank, but newer ones (since they still make $2 bills)

These are what you want to keep an eye out for, and obviously, in the best condition you can find:

Pre-1990 bills (an average $1 only lasts 18 months)

Star notes (There will be a « next to the serial number). Star notes are issued when a note of the same serial number was fubar'd during printing.

Silver certificates (It’ll literally say on the bill "SILVER CERTIFICATE"). Back in the day, these used to be redeemable for one dollar’s worth of silver bullion.

Error notes, such as off-center printing

Radar notes (this refers to the serial number reading the same forward and backwards, such as "E 15077051 E" VERY hard to come by).

Different colored seals
--Green seals are Federal Reserve Notes.
--Red seals are United States Notes. $2 USN's were discontinued in 1965 and the $5 USN was discontinued in 1967.
--Brown seals are National Bank Notes. Made from 1863 to 1935.
--Blue seals are Silver Certificates. They were redeemable for $1, 5, and $10 in silver bullion (silver dollars, such as the Peace dollar).
--Gold seals are Gold Certificates. They were redeemable for $10, 20, 50, 100, 500, 1,000, 5,000, 10,000 and $100,000 in gold bullion (at the time, largest denomination gold coins would’ve been $20 double eagles.


Others:

Hawaiian Silver Certificates:
During World War II, the US wanted to keep Hawaii's paper money isolated from the rest of the USA just in case Japan invaded Hawaii and confiscated the paper.

These notes could be distinguished by the word "HAWAII" written on the sides and back.

Hawaiian Silver Certificates were issued in $1, $5, $10, $20 denominations.

North African Silver Certificates:

During World War II, troops who were stationed in Europe and Africa were given these bills to use. I am assuming for the same purpose as Hawaiian, in case of any confiscation of the money, it could be distinguished and then voided. These bills are still backed by the government and could be spent for face value.

These notes could be distinguished by their "yellow" seal and "blue" serial numbers.

North African Silver Certificates were offered in $1, $5, and $10 denominations.


Since I'm not a currency collector, I don't really have a broad example of things, though here are some of my bills:

1976 series $2
1957 series $1 silver certificate
1977 series $1, signed by my great grandfather
1963B series $1
1995 series $1, off-center
2003 series $1, crisp uncirculated

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I have about 18 of them somewhere, they belonged to my grandma.


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Old 11th August 2004, 11:10   #19
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on a similar, yet somewhat unrelated note: SSJ4, you know if star notes are worth anything? ive never really been able to find anything on them...but i do save them when i get them

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I have an envelope with about a 1/2 dozen to a dozen of those plus a uncut sheet of 16 of those from the mint hanging on my wall. 'Tis teh cool.

They still print them and sell them there at the mint, they just don't put them in circulation. Mine's series 1995 I believe.

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They can be worth something, yes (and even if they aren't, they're worth keeping because they're hard to come across). Here's a currency price guide from July/August 2004. Start notes are on page 11, though I've attached a shot of the star note section for easy viewing.

Other issues of the price guide can be viewd here, as they may provide other years and stuff for other notes.
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I have an envelope with about a 1/2 dozen to a dozen of those plus a uncut sheet of 16 of those from the mint hanging on my wall. 'Tis teh cool.

They still print them and sell them there at the mint, they just don't put them in circulation. Mine's series 1995 I believe.
It's 1/2 of this, vertically cut:



Cost me $43 for $32 worth of bills, but it's cool to have, so it's worth it.

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I just went and checked, and all of the $2 bills I have are Series 1976.
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I've got 4 $2 bills all 1995, one in really bad shape, 2 on so-so shape and one in very good shape. I got all of them while I was working as a cashier in a WaWa.
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Over a year later, I find out how much it was worth this past Sunday: $2...

Used it towards $5 worth of gas in my car...Surprised the cashier didn't give me a funny responce, or whatever...Guess I've listened to too many $2-cashier incidents...

This is pathetic...I've never held onto 2 measly dollars for this long...

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Amagine that, 2 dollar bills went up dramatically in value just this afternoon
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i have the same deeley of a uncut sheet of bills on my wall, it's cool to have and lots of people comment about it.
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My dad has this $2 bill he's been hanging onto for awhile and didn't want to spend it, but he's desided to give it to me, since most of the people he's talked to have said it wasn't worth anything more than as little as a nickle over it's $2 face value...

It looks to have some type of value, since it has red ink, which is unusual, but I don't know...Anyone know about this (I'm sure SSJ4 might be able to give me insight, though)?
If it was a regular two dollar bill...not much...but the red lettering could mean it is not just a 2 dollar bill but a BOND...if this is so it is rare for a 2 dollar bill, they are usually 20's 10's and 5's not 2's...it could be worth a lot. I WOULD DEFINITLY CHECK IT OUT!!!!
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If it was a regular two dollar bill...not much...but the red lettering could mean it is not just a 2 dollar bill but a BOND...if this is so it is rare for a 2 dollar bill, they are usually 20's 10's and 5's not 2's...it could be worth a lot. I WOULD DEFINITLY CHECK IT OUT!!!!
As I posted 6 years 9 months ago (necrobump much?) a red seal means it's a United States Note instead of a Federal Reserve Note.

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Different colored seals
--Green seals are Federal Reserve Notes.
--Red seals are United States Notes. $2 USN's were discontinued in 1965 and the $5 USN was discontinued in 1967.
--Brown seals are National Bank Notes. Made from 1863 to 1935.
--Blue seals are Silver Certificates. They were redeemable for $1, 5, and $10 in silver bullion (silver dollars, such as the Peace dollar).
--Gold seals are Gold Certificates. They were redeemable for $10, 20, 50, 100, 500, 1,000, 5,000, 10,000 and $100,000 in gold bullion (at the time, largest denomination gold coins would’ve been $20 double eagles.

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The difference between a United States Note and a Federal Reserve Note is that a United States Note represented a "bill of credit" and was inserted by the Treasury directly into circulation free of interest. Federal Reserve Notes are backed by debt purchased by the Federal Reserve, and thus generate seigniorage, or interest, for the Federal Reserve System, which serves as a lending intermediary between the Treasury and the public.

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I used to make it a point to go to the bank and get $2 bills so that I could tip with them. I would get a much better thank you from a waitress that got a $2 from me than if I had left her a $5 bill.

Now I don't use cash almost at all; just credit card, and I'm more fair about tipping: $1 for every $5 (20%). I still have quite a lot of $2 bills sitting around though. They're all 1976 or newer. They must have printed a lot of them in '76; most of the $2 bills I see are from that year, despite them being 35 years old now.

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590,720,000 notes were printed in 1976.
153,600,000 notes were printed in 1996 and 1997.
121,600,000 notes were printed in 2004.
220,800,000 notes were printed in 2006.

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That's a lotta notes, I still find it amazing you have such small denominations in the USA for bills. You won't find a bill for less than a fiver here

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Unless you're in Scotland.

I believe I still have a pound note somewhere, from when I ran at a race at the May (that's a place) highland games, which was attended by the Queen Mother.

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Most of us are so used to wallets in our back pockets that we don't really like to carry coins. Personally I use credit card for pretty much everything, so I don't really carry more than a few dollars (in paper notes) at a time.

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I only recently just got a credit card; Only purchased my Panther Arms A-150 rifle, the labor to check the electrical system on my car, and a tan sport coat thus far...Only because I need to start building up credit for myself, I still otherwise don't use it often, unless I happen to find some other expensive purchase that I can still afford (I won't charge credit unless I know I have enough in my savings)...

Short of that, I'm still primarily cash only old-school, especially when I can only use my Target team member discount with cash (Or a Target debit/credit card, but I can't be arsed to have another card on me)...Every one of my paychecks, a portion gets cashed, the rest put either into savings or checking...Checking, only used for online purchases or to pay for something in person when cash isn't an efficient thing to handle, and even then, I think I've only written 4-5 checks in however many years I've had my bank account...

Besides, it's good to get used to cash, because it doesn't leave a paper trail, and I'll need it when I go under the grid...

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That really sucks that they don't let you use your discount with a major credit card.

Personally, I love using the credit card for most purchases. I use direct deposit that takes money from work to my credit union, then pay for shit through either auto-pay with the credit union directly or through the credit card, which is also automated to pay in-full-on-time electronically. In other words, I almost never see money of any kind; just statements and online account management sites, and I never have to worry about being late on a payment, because if I ever am late on something, I can legally pass the blame to someone else. It makes for easy credit score boosting. All I have to do is cross-check receipts/bills with the statements each month (and it's about once a year that I have to call to make a correction). The only caution is that I have to be careful to always spend only what I can afford, and as frugal as I am, it's not too hard. About all I buy is groceries and gasoline most of the time, and about 2-3 times per year a piece of furniture or something big like that. Everything else goes either towards student loans, home/utilities, retirement, gifts, and/or savings. We don't "buy" clothes, because the L. L. Bean credit card rewards are enough to keep us well-clothed for free. It's a pretty nice system that works pretty well for us.

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it wasn't worth anything more than as little as a nickle over it's $2 face value...
My 2008 book says it's worth $9 retail in excellent condition. It would be worth $20, if it had the "star" mint mark denoting duplicate serial number foul ups. If it's not in pristine shape, it's worth $2.

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5 years to get this answer on a very old thread.
Yes, but an answer is still an answer! I can finally rest easy knowing, after all these years of not knowing!

And, you're still faster (at 5 years) than we were in finding Osama bin Laden!

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Haha, I kinda remember that carpet from my room at the old house...And what the fuck was I doing putting that PS2 controller in the way of the photo?

I want that stupid thing back; At least it was worth more than the damned wheat pennies I still hold onto every time I find one...

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the damned wheat pennies I still hold onto every time I find one...
Yeah, I do that shit too. Why do we do that?

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