Red seal $2 bill.

Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by pjstack, Aug 30, 2009.

  1. pjstack

    pjstack Member

    My friend showed me her $2 bill with a red seal and asked me what the red seal meant. (I don't know.)

    It's a 1953 C. The letter "F" appears twice on the front.

    I notice that the "legal tender" statement is a little different than I see on other bills. It reads:
    "This note is legal tender at its face value for all debts public and private."

    Can you tell me the significance of a red seal?

    Thank you.
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  3. TheNoost

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  4. pjstack

    pjstack Member

    Thanks for the fast response and thanks for the links to the reference material.
  5. bmi26261

    bmi26261 Junior Member

    red seal

    I have one also, same year. have you found any thing about how much its worth
  6. tauferners

    tauferners On a quest for knowledge

    The value can vary greatly depending on condition of the note. Look for pinholes rips, wrinkles, square Vs rounded or missing corners, or general signs of wear or having been handled/carried in pockets or wallets. That particular note can vary from $7-$45 ( give or take a few) depending on condition. This is the best I can do for you with my limited experience. If you want more input post quality pics, without them it is all speculation.
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