Ok, so I put together a book with all of my paper money. I've got a section with several red seal $2 bills, and I have a bunch of 1976 bills. Well, I remembered that in my safety deposit box I had an envelope with some 1976 $2 bills in it. So, I go there today, and stuck in the middle of them was a 1963 red seal. Woooo hoooo. I have NO idea where it came from, but there it was.
I'm fairly new to paper $, I have 2 sets of two consecutive serial number 1976 $2 bills. They are crisp, but circulated with a couple of minor folds. It seems like I heard that consecutive #s carry a premium, or is that just when UNC.
I also have 3 sets of 5 consecutive 1976 $2 bills that appear unc to me. Would they carry a significant premium if I decided to sell one of the sets? OR would it just be a minor one?
Thanks, as always, for your help!