Is a U.S. $2 Bill worth more than $2?

Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by BenGold, Jun 4, 2012.

  1. BenGold

    BenGold New Member

    Is there any more value in a $2 bill at this point -- or is it still worth exactly $2??

    just wondering
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  3. ikandiggit

    ikandiggit Currency Error Collector

    It depends on several factors. Condition, age, serial numbers etc.. The best thing to do is post a good scan on what you have and someone here can give you an estimate.
  4. SteveInTampa

    SteveInTampa Innocent bystander

    100% agree
  5. Lon Chaney

    Lon Chaney New Member

    But this is the same with any note, regardless of denomination.
    An average unremarkable $2 note is worth $2, as an average unremarkable $5 note is worth just $5.
  6. BenGold

    BenGold New Member

    Lon,
    so these $2 bills are likely worth $2 each...yes?
  7. Lon Chaney

    Lon Chaney New Member

    Well, to be sure, you'd need to post pics or at least the grade, series and serial numbers, but if nothing stands out, then yeah, probably.
  8. ArthurK11

    ArthurK11 Member

    Most 2 dollar bills are just worth 2 dollars. Just like any other bill they can be worth more but the average one is just worth face
  9. clayirving

    clayirving Supporter**

    This one is worth more than $2.00.

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  10. SteveInTampa

    SteveInTampa Innocent bystander

    Nice mismatched prefix Clay.

    This one is also worth more than $2

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  11. Dr Kegg

    Dr Kegg Star Note Fanatic

    Nice deuces guys. I generally don't collect them, but might have my teller look out for the 2009 series for me.
  12. g1rge

    g1rge Member

  13. Cazkaboom

    Cazkaboom One for all, all for me.

    As is this one:

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  14. coleguy

    coleguy Coin Collector

    Gee, I sure hope at least some are worth more than $2 as I just spent $700 on a 1918 $2 note the other day. I'd be mighty peeved if I found out I over paid by $698!
    Guy
  15. DM1

    DM1 who**

    At first I missed the mismatched prefixes. And I call myself a collector...I'm ashamed :eek:
  16. BenGold

    BenGold New Member

    What is it about those pictures posted here that make them worth more than $2 ? is it the year or the numbers or the colors used, etc?? can anyone please offer advice so I can look through my group of bills and find if any of them are worth more than $2 ?
  17. chip

    chip Novice collector

    I sure would like to see your battleship deuce. The local coin shop had a star one in pretty poor condition sitting in a case for a long time for 150, it is gone now, or I might have picked it up.
  18. clayirving

    clayirving Supporter**

    There are several factors:
    • The first note has a serial number prefix mismatch
    • The next note has a great serial number, it's a star note, in great condition, and Steve collects serial number "12" notes
    • The next notes include Minneapolis Federal Reserve District star notes — There's a low number of them printed
    • The next note is a Series 1953 United States Note (red seal) in great condition — United States Notes haven't been printed since the 1960's

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