$2 Dollar Bill for $2

Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by Taylor101, Jul 1, 2011.

  1. Taylor101

    Taylor101 New Member

    I got this red seal note for $2!:D
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  3. silvrluvr

    silvrluvr Senior Member

    Good one. Where did ya find it? I like the red seals.
  4. Taylor101

    Taylor101 New Member

    I got it at a meeting acution for $2!!!!
  5. Harpo

    Harpo Missing in Action

    :thumb: What a deal! A '28 no less.
  6. Taylor101

    Taylor101 New Member

  7. GJ1103

    GJ1103 coin addicted Navy man

    Outstanding! It looks to be in pretty good shape as well.
  8. Taylor101

    Taylor101 New Member

    It has been folded but it is still nice!
  9. GJ1103

    GJ1103 coin addicted Navy man

    Definitely worth more than two bucks. :yes:
  10. Taylor101

    Taylor101 New Member

    What would you value it at?
  11. GJ1103

    GJ1103 coin addicted Navy man

    I'm no expert on paper money, but I would expect to pay $12 to $15 for it.
  12. Taylor101

    Taylor101 New Member

  13. eric0911

    eric0911 SMS-71

    When I saw the title I thought it was a newbie all exited over a common $2 from the bank. I was wrong, Nice find!
  14. Taylor101

    Taylor101 New Member

  15. Doug21

    Doug21 Coin Hoarder

    not over $5, more like $3
  16. Doug21

    Doug21 Coin Hoarder

    It's not nearly CU.
  17. 5dollarEdunote

    5dollarEdunote Coin Connoisseur

    Cool! When I first joined my coin club, a fellow member paid the leader of the club who was talking to me a 1928 red seal $2 along with some other modern notes. After that, he sold me the bill for $2. Of course, It wasnt in the best shape and it had some writing on it.
  18. GJ1103

    GJ1103 coin addicted Navy man

    Are you talking dealer price or what a collector would pay?
  19. Taylor101

    Taylor101 New Member

  20. Drago the Wolf

    Drago the Wolf Junior Member

    I actually had a cool find at my local credit union a few years ago. I go there and get $2s halves and dollar coins at times, and one time, I got a bunch of $2 bills that had some red seal 1963 $2s mixed in them, in perfect condition, and I wondered "Why the heck did none of the tellers or workers at the credit union keep these?!" :eek: I only took a certain ammount of money, and they had more $2s, and I could have got more to search, the next day, but never did work up a good enough uge to get my ass out of bed to go there, get more $2s and check for more reds. Now I deeply regret it. I sold one of the red seals to my brother, one to my 7 Eleven collector buddy, and one of my grandmas, all of who are interested in $2 bills and that kind of stuff. I sold them at face, because I sold them to a friend and family. And also, because when my brother finds things I want, in people's garbage and I offer him money for it, he declines and tells me I could just have it because he is not charging family for something he got for free. So we do things for each other. I had 12 of them, but now I only have 9. And I just bought plastic sleves for these red seals a few days ago.

    So, in perfect condition, what approximately are these red seal $2 bills of mine worth?
  21. chip

    chip Novice collector

    according to the Freidberg book, in gem65 they will range from 20 to 125 depending on wether it is a star and whose signature is on the bill.
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