Saturday, July 11, 2009

2003 $2 Bill, I-B

Do you have a $2.00 bill and want to find out its value? Leave a comment

Rarity, scarcity, or just plain old hard to find. Most likely the latter because $2.00 notes are not rare or particularly valuable. Yet to receive one in your change is very unlikely. The only scarcer form of U.S. money to get as change is the half dollar coin.

The only reason I got these two $2.00 bills is that the I knew the cashier. Which is a major point since people have been arrested when other cashiers have not recognized these bills and the local uninformed authorities gets involved.

The worst forms of money to use in the U.S. are as follows:
  1. $2.00 bill - Seldom seen, believed to be fake or no longer legal.
  2. Susan B. Anthony dollar coin - Seldom seen, believed to be fake or a quarter.
  3. Half dollar coin - Seldom seen, believed to be fake or no longer legal.
  4. Older bills without the strip or watermark - Believed to be fake or no longer legal.
  5. Golden dollars - Believed to be fake or too bulky fit in register.
The look you get these days when using cash in some places is almost the same as you get if you stepped in mud and tracked it into their store. Go ahead try to explain it's just mud nothing worse but still you soiled their business. If cash gets this reaction then these rarely used notes or coins gets a "you fully stepped in it now" look.

Now a look at the offenders.

It has been years since I got any $2.00 bills and never from 2003.

These circulating notes were only issued for the Minneapolis, MN Federal Reserve Bank but collectible star notes were issued from the other 11 Federal Reserve Banks.

Here's the stats...
Type/Country: 2 Dollars / United States
Year: 2003
Date Printed: October 2003
Printings: 121,600,000
Run: 2nd in the I00000001B - I25600000B group
Value: $2.00 in Fine(one is fine the other not so much)

I would like to state clearly these notes are real and legal. While I'm not sure about the local state laws they should be accepted without incident.

Do you have a two dollar bill and want to know its value? Leave a comment/question and I will do my best to find out the price and history for you.

533 dollars worth, for Comments/Questions click here.:

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James UK said...

I just love these $2 notes!

Suzanne said...

Where do you find the information you have?

Man said...

Where do you find the information you have?

The stories, pictures, and jokes are all from my life.

The facts are from books and government websites. They are very accurate on dates and production figures.

The value I get from averaging out books, magazines, other dealers, eBay, other auction houses, and forums.

Anonymous said...

i have a 1976 $2.00 dollar bill the problem is i do belive it has different signetures then the $2.00 on the screen should it

Anonymous said...

how much is a 1976 2 dollar bill worth

Man said...

1976 $2.00 dollar bill the problem is i do belive it has different signetures then the $2.00

That would be right since it was made in 1976 not 2003.
It's about $2.00 unless it is a star note.

Anonymous said...

I have some 1976 $2 bills that I was told had an error on the back side. I believe it was a mistake on the delaration of independence.

Man said...

1976 $2 bills that I was told had an error on the back side. I believe it was a mistake on the delaration of independence.

Not true, that is a myth.
There are no errors on any U.S. note involving design.

Anonymous said...

I have 3 2 dollars bills 2 of them are 1976 and the other one is from 2003.

Man said...

2 dollars bills 2 of them are 1976 and the other one is from 2003.

All are just $2.00 each unless the serial numbers are special.

Anonymous said...

i have twelve $2 dollar bills from 1976 and they have diferent signatures and serial# do i have something more than just 2 dollar bills?

Man said...

$2 dollar bills from 1976 and they have diferent signatures and serial# do i have something more than just 2 dollar bills

In general they are very common unless there is a star at the end of the serial number they are just face value.

Anonymous said...

Yeah well i have a $2 bill with H 00031275* plastered on the front take a look on ebay ... unique $2 bill star note. hope you find it interesting.

Man said...

$2 bill with H 00031275*

Without a year I can't guess value and I'm not looking to buy anything on eBay.

LaceyH said...

Hi, my name is Lacey and I have found an error on a $2 bill I received awhile back. I attached a link to the picture showing the error on the bill, highlited with the red box. If you look close enough you can see that the two "L"s in "Dollar" look to be an "I" and an upside down "T". Now, this could be nothing, but I have not seen it ANYWHERE else. I have searched $2 bills in person and online and have not seen it.

http://s293.photobucket.com/albums/mm74/laceyharden86/?action=view&current=2dollar.jpg

Can you PLEASE tell me if this bill has any value? If it helps, the bill is in GREAT shape with a slight crease in the middle that I have flattened out.

Thank you!
Lacey

Man said...

error on a $2 bill I received awhile back. I attached a link to the picture showing the error on the bill, highlited with the red box. If you look close enough you can see that the two "L"s in "Dollar" look to be an "I" and an upside down "T".

This is a very minor Ink Smear it has no extra value although I would still hold on to it for future variety collectors. Visually it looks cool.

Anonymous said...

I have 14 consecutively numbered series 1976 $2 star notes from San Francisco. They are crisp, but were not stored carefully and a bit wavy, but might flatten out. No creases or folds.

Man said...

consecutively numbered series 1976 $2 star notes from San Francisco. They are crisp...

About $3.00 each.

Mel13 said...

I have a 2$ bill from 2003.Do you know how much it's worth.

Mel13 said...

the serial number is I13440897B

Anonymous said...

hi i was wondering how much these coins might be worth? 1987 and 1921 E. Pluribus unum one dollar coin.
1922and 1923 one dollar peace coin
sliver certificate one dollar bill 1957
Z43910507A

Man said...

2$ bill from 2003 I13440897B just $2.00

Man said...

one dollar coin.
1887 about $22.00
1921 about $18.00
1922 about $19.00
1923 about $17.00

sliver certificate one dollar bill 1957
Z43910507A about $2.50

Anonymous said...

Are the 1976 $2 bills from Minneapolis (I-series) worth anything if they're not star notes? I'd heard the I-stars were among the rarest but didn't know if the I series in general might have been more valuable, and have one in pretty good condition.

Man said...

1976 $2 bills from Minneapolis (I-series) worth anything if they're not star notes?

The Minneapolis series does carry a slight premium but in circulated it's about $3.00.

Anonymous said...

OK, how about a 1950D $100 B-series bill in clean but circulated condition?

Thanks for the feedback, btw. Cool site/idea!

Man said...

1950D $100 B-series bill in clean but circulated condition

About $115.00

Anonymous said...

i just took a look at a 1976 two dollar bill that i have had for a long time.I realised that there is an error on it. On the back side of the bill at the very top is half of a diffrent bill's cerial number and stamp in green that would normally be on the other side of the bill. If you had any ideas on how this could happen or what it is worth I would love the feed back.

Man said...

1976 two dollar bill that i have had for a long time.I realised that there is an error on it. On the back side of the bill at the very top is half of a diffrent bill's cerial number and stamp in green that would normally be on the other side of the bill.

This is an Overprint on the Back Error it happens when the bills are either put in the wrong way or get folded over.
On $2 bill this is rare it's about $1,500.00 but it should be graded.

Anonymous said...

Wow thank you! I dont know anything about this so how would I go about getting is graded?

Anonymous said...

My two dollar bill is from 1976. The pictures on the front and back do not line up. The white border is roughly even on the back, but a little shorter at the top. On the front, the border at the top is very thin, almost non-existent, the rest is roughly even. It has a tiny tear on a short side. It is crinkled in a way that says it was rolled up at one point. There is a skinny fold line in the middle. It's a bit dirty, but no "stains." I would love a response if you're so kind, so I can stop searching eBay for an answer?
Serial number L26500445A

Man said...

two dollar bill is from 1976. The pictures on the front and back do not line up...On the front, the border at the top is very thin, almost non-existent...L26500445A

No extra value, the front and the back do not need to match up. Unless you see a bit of another bill it has no extra value.

The bill itself is just $2.00.

Anonymous said...

Alrighty then, Thanks for the response.

Paul said...

Aside from the star at the end of the serial number, is there anything I should be looking for between the 1976, 2003 and 2003A series?

Also, I've asked a few coin forums about this 1864-S seated liberty quarter I have, but nobody seems to know since this coin is so rare. Its about AU-55 (my great-grandfather took good care of it), but its got what looks like a double strike around the rim on both sides... what does that do to the value of the coin?

Man said...

Aside from the star at the end of the serial number, is there anything I should be looking for between the 1976, 2003 and 2003A series?

I'll assume you mean $2 bills, nothing special in circulated condition but only I series were made for circulation in 2003 so anything else is good.

Man said...

1864-S seated liberty quarter I have, but nobody seems to know since this coin is so rare. Its about AU-55 (my great-grandfather took good care of it), but its got what looks like a double strike around the rim on both sides...

If real in that condition it's about $7,000.00 the doubled rim would not add or lower value. Some may think it is a fraud and the double rim is an indicator but having graded would resolve any doubt and reveal an valuable errors.

Paul said...

About getting it graded, if I submit it to, say, PCGS through my local coin dealer, what would happen if it got lost in transit? I'm kinda paranoid about trusting someone else to handle something like this and was wondering if there is some kind of insurance.

Man said...

if I submit it to, say, PCGS through my local coin dealer, what would happen if it got lost in transit? I'm kinda paranoid about trusting someone else to handle something like this and was wondering if there is some kind of insurance.

That I would not know.
I would ask the dealer but if it feels wrong go with your paranoia and send through insured mail or some other method.

Anonymous said...

I have a 2003"I02970885*"2 dollar note very crisp.i also have a lot of 2003 a notes.are these worth anyting.thank you.

Man said...

2003"I02970885*"2 dollar note very crisp about $2.50

Anonymous said...

I have a new, never circulated, crisp $2 bill in an acrylic case, New York, just released by the World Reserve Monetary Exchange, that is printed perfectly...except Jefferson's face is double stamped, particularly noticable from the nose up, especially around the eyes. Serial # is: B21663242A -This is from their $2 bill program. Is it rare? Any value?? Thank you.

Dan

Anonymous said...

Also, I have a circulated $2 bill from Minnesota, series 2003, serial # I48038262A, in very good condition, almost flat!

Any Value??

Thanks again.

Dan

Man said...

new, never circulated, crisp $2 bill in an acrylic case, New York, just released by the World Reserve Monetary Exchange, that is printed perfectly...except Jefferson's face is double stamped, particularly noticable from the nose up, especially around the eyes.

What year? Although it doesn't matter if this is genuine it would start at $100.00 as a Multiple printing error but it depends a lot on look.

Man said...

$2 bill from Minnesota, series 2003, serial # I48038262A, in very good condition

Just $2.00

Anonymous said...

I have 5 $2 bills issued 1953, with three different Treasurers, and Secretary of Treasurers.
Suggestions please as to value.
Thank you

Anonymous said...

The $2 bill I have that is double stamped as I related Feb. 25, 7:02pm is a Series 2003A.

Thank you very much for your help. :)

Dan

Anonymous said...

i have a 20$ bill dated 2006 with the serial number IF140701499D but on the back the 99D and IF are bleed through is that worth anything?

Man said...

5 $2 bills issued 1953, with three different Treasurers, and Secretary of Treasurers.

Those are series...
1953 about $10.00
1953-A about $10.00
1953-B about $10.00

If there is a star at the end of the serial number they could be worth more.

Man said...

$2 bill I have that is double stamped as I related Feb. 25, 7:02pm is a Series 2003A

I have not seen a Double Printing for that date there are plenty for 1976 that sell for $1,000.00 or more.

It should be graded because that also wildly affects value.

Man said...

20$ bill dated 2006 with the serial number IF140701499D but on the back the 99D and IF are bleed through

Minor Offset Printing error, no extra value.

Anonymous said...

1864 20$
1864 10$
1864 5$
1862 2$

Anonymous said...

i have a 2003 $2 SERIAL B00003113* RADAR numbers whats it worth

Anonymous said...

How would I go about grading my double stamped $2 bill??

Thank you very much for your time in helping me.

Dan

Man said...

1864 20$
1864 10$
1864 5$
1862 2$


Too little information if these are U.S. bills they rarely go for twice face value.

Try a currency forum and you may want to include pictures.

Man said...

2003 $2 SERIAL B00003113*
About $30.00 in ungraded and uncirculated.

Man said...

How would I go about grading my double stamped $2 bill?

Visit this PCGS Currency

Anonymous said...

i have a 1$ serial number J 00000060 A 1969 D Series whats it worth

Anonymous said...

I HAVE A $1 BILL STAR NOTE SERIAL NUMBER B08146559 2003 SERIES B. WHATS IT WORTH? ALSO HAVE A $1 BILL WITH FM ON SERIAL NUMBER WHATS IT WORTH?

Man said...

1$ serial number J 00000060 A 1969 D

About $10.00

Man said...

$1 BILL STAR NOTE SERIAL NUMBER B08146559 2003

About $1.50

Anonymous said...

We Have 100 uncirculated $2.00 star notes in sequential order issued from Minneapolis, year 2003 in the bep wrap, What is the value of the group and or each note?

Man said...

uncirculated $2.00 star notes in sequential order issued from Minneapolis, year 2003 in the bep wrap

About $10.00 each note the fact that it was BEP wrap would add to the value but these are fairly new and packs are still being found very easily.

Tiggersgym said...

What can you tell me about the $2 notes that are being released by the World Reserve Mont Exchange as the state bills? They are from 2003 and have an individual state printed on them (i.e. New York then has a picture on the left of the Statue of Liberty and a picture on the right of the NYC - the background behind Jefferson is flag looking. Are these real or not? One serial number is B17443492A Another thought are these real $2 bills that have been printed over with individual state information? Thanks!

Man said...

$2 notes that are being released by the World Reserve Mont Exchange as the state bills? They are from 2003 and have an individual state printed on them...Another thought are these real $2 bills that have been printed over with individual state information?

You final thought was correct, these are real notes painted by this company.

For collectors this is considered damage and has no value, above face.

Anonymous said...

3 2 dollar bills

all 2003

serial
b17536315a
b17536045a
b17536048a

Man said...

2 dollar bills all 2003-A
b17536315a about $2.00
b17536045a about $2.00
b17536048a about $2.00

Anonymous said...

Hello,I have a 1963 2 dollar Bill with the numbers printed crooked.

A 11071030 A

The second number 1 is higher than the rest.

Worth any thing?

Thank you
Sarah

Man said...

1963 2 dollar Bill with the numbers printed crooked.

A 11071030 A

The second number 1 is higher than the rest.


Sounds like a Stuck Digit error it's about $250.00.

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much

Sarah

Anonymous said...

hi how much are the $2 worth

1995 circulated f15340796b
2003a crisp uncirculated b01640708a
2003 crisp uncirculated i56110516a
1976 crisp uncirculated b03794029a
1976 circulated e11503346a

Man said...

$2 worth

1995 circulated f15340796b about $2.00
2003a crisp uncirculated b01640708a about $2.50
2003 crisp uncirculated i56110516a about $2.50
1976 crisp uncirculated b03794029a about $3.50
1976 circulated e11503346a about $2.00

Anonymous said...

I have a $2.00 (UNC)Series 2003-A L99020623A I have a $2.00 (slight crease) Series 1953 A35515080A
$1.00 (CIR) Series 1935-E V75329791G
Worth?
Thanks,

Man said...

$2.00 (UNC)Series 2003-A L99020623A about $2.50
$2.00 (slight crease) Series 1953 A35515080A about $9.00
$1.00 (CIR) Series 1935-E V75329791G about $3.00

Anonymous said...

I have a 2 dollar bill with a red seal from 1928G. serial # E28310171A signed by Georgia Heeve Clarle and John W. Lerycher. I know the names are misspelled but the signitures are hard for me to read. Not that it's faded though because it is not the print is still dark, but it has a few folds in it. Does it have any value other than $2?
DRR

Man said...

2 dollar bill with a red seal from 1928G. serial # E28310171A

About $15.00

Anonymous said...

I have the following:
$2. - 1976 I - star note - #I00001879*
Light vertical fold up the middle, light small corner fold, other wise clean, crisp and no pin holes or other folds/marks. Edges are crisp.

Anonymous said...

That's serial number I 00001879*

Man said...

$2. - 1976 I - star note - #I00001879*
Light vertical fold up the middle, light small corner fold,


About $40.00

Anonymous said...

Thanks! I'm surprised at the low value, considering its a star note from minneapolis with a super low serial number and in excellent shape. Thanks again.

Man said...

I'm surprised at the low value, considering its a star note from minneapolis with a super low serial number and in excellent shape.

The bill cannot be crisp if there are folds, by definition it is very-fine maybe excellent but I always list the lower grade.

Yes the serial number is low but it is 00000100 or less that fetches the most money.

Again my estimate is the lowest possible.

Anonymous said...

According to the link you provided by heritage:

Almost Uncirculated (or AU): An AU note will have one or more light folds that are not heavy in nature or obtrusive to the overall appearance. Three light vertical bends would be acceptable for this grade if they do not "break" the surface of the paper, but no more than two light folds may be present. One heavy fold or crease may be present at this grade, but two heavy folds or creases will drop the note to a lower grade level.

I'd place it here, this sounds exactly what my bill looks like.

Anonymous said...

Especially since very fine and extra fine allow for pinholes, which my bill has none of. That makes sense about the serial number, although I've seen 76 (I) star notes with much higher #s being sold for over 100, so it would be interesting to see what it brings.

Man said...

Almost Uncirculated (or AU)...so it would be interesting to see what it brings.

That seems right since I did not see that bill in hand I can only give a low estimate.
Hope everything goes well.

Anonymous said...

I inherited 14 consecutive $2.00 bills from 1963.
Signed Granahan and Dillon (?) and Monticello on back. Numbers run A11171087-100. Any value? Thanks for your help.

Man said...

$2.00 bills from 1963.
Signed Granahan and Dillon (?) and Monticello on back. Numbers run A11171087-100


About $10.00 each.

Anonymous said...

I just received 2 sequential 2003A series F11933447A and 448A. On the 447 note the bold upper left letter and number is D4 but the bottom right letter and number is D1, does that matter cause on the 448A bill both bolds are D4?

Man said...

sequential 2003A series F11933447A and 448A

I'll assume these are $2 bills.
Each is just $2.00

All those other numbers don't matter.

Anonymous said...

o.k. ty for the quick response, however I would like to know what the bold letter and number mean. Hopefully when my 19mth old is my age they will be priceless.

Man said...

Sorry I was a bit confused on the question.

Ok the upper left number is the Plate Position Letters/Number D4 means when the 32-subject sheet was made it was in the 3rd column and 8th row. Before it was cut into single notes.

The bottom right number is the Plate Number. The D should match the Plate Position but the number 1 means it was the first plate made to ink the bill.
4 means it was the 4th.

These two number are unrelated and do not always match.

The letters must match.

Man said...

My answer may be confusing so here is a great link...
http://www.uspapermoney.info/general/note.html'

Anonymous said...

how much is my 2003 series $2 bill.

Man said...

2003 series $2 bill just $2.00

Anonymous said...

I have a 1928 G series $2 bill, printed in red ink instead of green. Is this going to be worth any more than the green print?

Man said...

1928 G series $2 bill, printed in red ink about $15.00

Anonymous said...

I have a circuclated 2003A $2 Bill. Serial number L10247581A. How much might this bill be worth?

Man said...

circuclated 2003A $2 Bill. Serial number L10247581A

Just $2.00

Anonymous said...

Hi I was wondering if you could help me out I have a $2 dollar bill with:

red ink
monticello on the back
serial number A 13800380 A
series 1963
with signatures of granahan & dillon

does it have any value?

Man said...

$2 dollar bill with:

red ink
monticello on the back
serial number A 13800380 A
series 1963


About $7.00

Anonymous said...

I HAVE 13 CONSECUTIVE NUMBERED $2 BILLS. THEY START WITH E15780839A SERIES 1976 ENDING IN E15780851A. VERY CRISP. NO DAMAGE. CAME STRAIGHT FROM BANK IN JONESVILLE, N.C & NEVER USED. ARE THEY WORTH ANYTHING?

Man said...

13 CONSECUTIVE NUMBERED $2 BILLS. THEY START WITH E15780839A SERIES 1976 ENDING IN E15780851A. VERY CRISP.

About $7.00 each.

Anonymous said...

have a 2003 $2.00 bill, i have determined it is from a sheet (due to its high number 99676157) well it has a cutting error showing part of another bill along the top, being this is cut from a sheet does it have any added value?

Man said...

2003 $2.00 bill, i have determined it is from a sheet (due to its high number 99676157) well it has a cutting error showing part of another bill along the top, being this is cut from a sheet does it have any added value?


It would not have any extra value.

Anonymous said...

I was recently given 100 consecutively numbered two dollar bills from 2003. The numbers range from I06138801 B - I06138900 B.
Is there any added value in the consecutive numbering? I'm not sure what to do with these!
Thanks!

Man said...

two dollar bills from 2003. The numbers range from I06138801 B - I06138900 B.

About $2.50 each if crisp-uncirculated.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for getting back to me so quickly!
The bills are crisp and uncirculated.
Will these bills increase in value? What should I do with these? Any advice?

Man said...

Will these bills increase in value?
Not for another 40 years.

What should I do with these?
If you can sell them anywhere for more than face value go ahead.

Any advice?
Unfortunately these are common many bundles of these are on sale on eBay and some are going as low as $220.

Anonymous said...

I have 3-series 2003A $2.00 bills
G04083279A
G04083284A
G04083285A

Do they have any increased value?

Man said...

2003A $2.00 bills
G04083279A about $2.00
G04083284A about $2.00
G04083285A about $2.00

Anonymous said...

how much is a 1995 2$ good condition bill
thxs!...F94815004A

Man said...

1995 2$ good condition bill thxs!...F94815004A just $2.00

Anonymous said...

hello, the seal on the $2 2003A ''the department of the treasury 1789'' is Dark Green(kind of like a bold green color) not light green as you know so i was wondering how much is it worth
PS:i think it is a overprinted bill
tnxs for your help Man!

Man said...

$2 2003A ''the department of the treasury 1789'' is Dark Green(kind of like a bold green color) not light green as you know so i was wondering how much is it worth

Very minor Ink Smear error no extra value.

Anonymous said...

i see that you say the $2 bill from 1995 are worth $2.00 was that if they are in consecutive and unc. i have 50 F42638251B - F42638300B ?

thanks...

Man said...

$2 bill from 1995 are worth $2.00 was that if they are in consecutive and unc. i have 50 F42638251B - F42638300B

About $3.00 each

Anonymous said...

We have several $2 bills with different presidents' pictures on them. FDR, JFK, IKE, GHWBush, etc. Are these worth anything other than face amount. They are uncirculated, in a plastic folder. Given to us by my husband's aunt.

Man said...

$2 bills with different presidents' pictures on them. FDR, JFK, IKE, GHWBush, etc. Are these worth anything other than face amount. They are uncirculated, in a plastic folder.

These are worth nothing.
These are fakes since only Thomas Jefferson ever appeared on the $2.00 bill.

Anonymous said...

i have a 2003 2 dollar bill with serial number A02831130A how much is it worth? i have another 2 dollar bill I50259571A how much is it worth

Anonymous said...

i have a 5 dollar silver certificate serial number R82660741A series 1934 how much is it worth?

Man said...

2003 2 dollar bill with serial number A02831130A how much is it worth? i have another 2 dollar bill I50259571A

Both are just $2.00 each

Man said...

5 dollar silver certificate serial number R82660741A series 1934-D about $10.00

francis said...

series a2003 $2 dollar bill serial number l00876449a

Anonymous said...

Hello, I have 24 2003 uncirculated $2 dollar bills in sequential order. they are all in a case that says United states Monetary Exchange. And on the inside a note that says "Authentic Uncirculated"

Any value?

Man said...

a2003 $2 dollar bill serial number l00876449a just $2.00

Man said...

2003 uncirculated $2 dollar bills in sequential order. they are all in a case that says United states Monetary Exchange. And on the inside a note that says "Authentic Uncirculated"

About $5.00 if not star notes.

Anonymous said...

I have a @2.oo bill from 2003 #B03277321A is it worth anything? also I havean indian head penny from 1902 in very good condition what is it worth

Man said...

2.oo bill from 2003 #B03277321A just $2.00

indian head penny from 1902 in very good condition about $2.00

Anonymous said...

I found a $2.00 from 1953 that ``is an A70217069A the difference is the color of ink on the seal it is red. Can you also tell me what the star note is I have several bills from 76 and 95 and I do not want to do anything with them if I should not. Thanks

Man said...

$2.00 from 1953 that ``is an A70217069A the difference is the color of ink on the seal it is red.
About $7.00 it must be a 1953-B.

Can you also tell me what the star note is I have several bills from 76 and 95
Star notes are replacements for damaged notes that were caught and during printing.

Star notes are generally more scarce but not always valuable.
Depending on serial number, denomination, and condition the may have some extra value.

Anonymous said...

there is someone on ebay selling a BEP 100 pack of 2003A series $2.00 bills from cleveland containing a radar. Is this a wise investment for $250.00?

Anonymous said...

hi, I have a B17631385A will this be worth something someday.

Man said...

selling a BEP 100 pack of 2003A series $2.00 bills from cleveland containing a radar. Is this a wise investment for $250.00?

If you can hold on to them for a few years or if you know of radar collectors.

It is right on the edge of a good deal, there are so many uncirculated $2 packs floating around that they are losing value. If you can afford it go for it but in a few months it may be selling for the same price. Go with your gut is the best advice. Sorry if this was not too helpful.

Man said...

B17631385A will this be worth something someday.

If you mean $2.00 bill then it would take 30 years before it gained any real value.

Anonymous said...

I have a 2003 authentic uncirculated 2 dollar bill with its authentication certificate. it still has the case I got it in and has never been touched by human hands.

Man said...

2003 authentic uncirculated 2 dollar bill with its authentication certificate.

About $5.00 depending on serial number.

Anonymous said...

I have a 2 dollar bill i guess you would say? It says confederate states of America with a 4 digit serial number from Richmond dated June 2, 1862. i heard this could be a fake but if not do you know the value?

Man said...

2 dollar bill i guess you would say? It says confederate states of America with a 4 digit serial number from Richmond dated June 2, 1862.

If not fake about $150.00 in high grade but there are dozens of varieties. Some are as low as $5.00 some up to $500.00.

You should find an expert to see this in hand or get a confederate currency book, unfortunately I don't know any good places sorry.

Anonymous said...

Hi Man:
Five in sequence, crisp uncirculated $2 bills in United States Monetary Exchange protectors. FRB of Minneapolis, 2003: I53523346A thru I53523350A. Thank you.

Man said...

crisp uncirculated $2 bills in United States Monetary Exchange protectors. FRB of Minneapolis, 2003: I53523346A thru I53523350A

About $5.00 each

Anonymous said...

What is value of 1996 Singapore $10 cupro-nickel coin?

Man said...

1996 Singapore $10 cupro-nickel coin about $16.00

Anonymous said...

i have $2 crisp 1899 bill? How much it worth? thnks

Man said...

$2 crisp 1899 bill about $2,000.00 many no value replicas exist only a person seeing it in hand can tell.

McMillan968 said...

Hi I have an uncut sheet of $2 star notes.
There are 16 notes on the sheet.
They are from St Louis Mo.. 1976
The notes are CLEAN crisp and almost perfect.
The frame not so much.It is ripped so someone could examine the notes.
The no. start H00650525 at the bottom of that row H00870525,
Next row H00730525* to H00950525*
Any ideas?
Thanx McMillan968

Man said...

uncut sheet of $2 star notes.
There are 16 notes on the sheet.
They are from St Louis Mo.. 1976
The notes are CLEAN crisp and almost perfect.
The frame not so much.It is ripped so someone could examine the notes.
The no. start H00650525 at the bottom of that row H00870525,
Next row H00730525* to H00950525*


About $275.00

Anonymous said...

THANK YOU!!
McMillan968

Anonymous said...

I have 4 consecutive 1976 I series star notes can you please help me value them. Serial #'s are I00354943-46*

Man said...

4 consecutive 1976 I series star notes can you please help me value them. Serial #'s are I00354943-46*

Assuming $2 bills about $35.00 each in very-fine.

Anonymous said...

They are 2$ bills and have no creases of any sort and appear to be very well taken care of. Thanks.

Man said...

2$ bills and have no creases of any sort and appear to be very well taken care of.

Then they would be about $70.00 each.

Anonymous said...

Do you know of any body out your way that would want them I am planning a trip out there and I would bring them to sell if I could.

Man said...

Do you know of any body out your way that would want them I am planning a trip out there and I would bring them to sell if I could.

No, sorry I deal with eBay or private forum sales.

Anonymous said...

0I have 7 $2 bills from 1976 and they came from the federal reserve from Chicago, Ill. They are uncirculated and have been kept in a safety deposit box since they were released to banks. they are all in numerical order series G26803048 A- 54A. Do they hold any particular value? I also have a Kennedy half dollar with a moon shaped cut made at the mint. Does that have any value?

Man said...

$2 bills from 1976 and they came from the federal reserve from Chicago, Ill. They are uncirculated and have been kept in a safety deposit box since they were released to banks. they are all in numerical order series G26803048 A- 54A.
About $3.00 each

Kennedy half dollar with a moon shaped cut made at the mint.
The cut out section is done outside the mint, no extra value if post-1964.

Anonymous said...

Hi. Thanks for answering our questions. I have 2 1976 $2 bills. Both are circulated, but in good condition. The serial for the first is C 00136536 with a star at the end. The other L 001107161 with a star at the end, are either of these worth more than $2

Man said...

1976 $2 bills. Both are circulated, but in good condition.
C 00136536 with a star at the end about $5.00
L 001107161 with a star at the end about $5.00

Anonymous said...

2003 A Series $2 bill with "D" seal on left and green crest on right. Uncirculated condition, but nothing else special about it. # is D06707050A.

Thanks!

Man said...

2003 A Series $2 bill with "D" seal on left and green crest on right. Uncirculated condition, but nothing else special about it. # is D06707050A

About $6.00 mostly for condition.

Anonymous said...

I have 2 1995 $2 bills, 1 1976 $2 starnote, 4 2003 a $2, and las i have 2 2003 $2bills. How much are they worth??

Man said...

Serial numbers are necessary for a more accurate value.

1995 $2 bills just $2.00
1976 $2 starnote about $4.00
2003 a $2 just $2.00
2003 $2bills just $2.00

Some serial numbers add up to $150 but most are just what I listed.

Anonymous said...

Thank you and what if they have no crease marks and are not bend and crisp and clean?

Man said...

what if they have no crease marks and are not bend and crisp and clean?

They would be 1.5 to 2.0 times the values listed.

Anonymous said...

i have (2) 2 dollar bill I01454816A & I01454818A are they worth anything????

Man said...

2 dollar bill I01454816A & I01454818A


What year?

Anonymous said...

series 2003

Man said...

2003 2 dollar bill I01454816A & I01454818A

Just $2.00 in almost-uncirculated each.

Lindsay said...

I have a circulated $2.00 1976 star note serial H00341428*. How much do you think this is worth?? I also have a 1995 circulated $2.00 bill serial F51531043A, a very dark crisp 1969 A series $10 bill serial H22956052, a 1957series A silver cert $1 bill serial F70263006A, a 1963 silver quarter, a 1943 one cent, a 1963 buffalo nickel and more but i wont bother you with all of them!! This is a really cool site btw.

Man said...

circulated $2.00 1976 star note serial H00341428*
About $4.00

1995 circulated $2.00 bill serial F51531043A
About $2.00

very dark crisp 1969 A series $10 bill serial H22956052
About $15.00

1957series A silver cert $1 bill serial F70263006A
About $2.50

1963 silver quarter about $7.00
1943 one cent about $0.30
1963 buffalo nickel??? recheck the date

Lindsay said...

Thanks so much!! I mistyped the date on the buffalo nickel. It is a 1936. A little worn smooth but can still see the detail, date and all.

Man said...

buffalo nickel. It is a 1936. A little worn smooth but can still see the detail, date and all.

About $1.50

Anonymous said...

Hello MAN,
I have a 1976 Serial "E 56106292 A" Two bill and the fed seal is printer high on the bill touching the word public. What do you think?
David H.

Man said...

1976 Serial "E 56106292 A" Two bill and the fed seal is printer high on the bill touching the word public.

Minor Misaligned Overprint error, no extra value to $15.00 depending on condition.

private said...

Thanks Man,
So darn quick.
David H.

Anonymous said...

I have some 1976 $2 bills. Serial # I 14101925 A thru I 14101950 A, I 14101961 A, I 14101968 A tru I 14101970 A, they have never been folded and are very crisp feeling. And I also have a 1995 $2 bill F 30406098 A, same condition. What are they worth? Thank you

Man said...

1976 $2 bills. Serial # I 14101925 A thru I 14101950 A, I 14101961 A, I 14101968 A tru I 14101970 A, they have never been folded and are very crisp feeling.
About $6.00 each

1995 $2 bill F 30406098 A, same condition just $2.00

Anonymous said...

Does The 2 dollar bill series 2003 I01867331B worth only face value

Man said...

2 dollar bill series 2003 I01867331B just $2.00

Anonymous said...

How do you know if you have a star note from 2003. Or a regular note? And are the values of these face value? My husband recently passed away and he had 10 $2 bills from 2003 in sequence of 5, 2 different groups. They are in holders w/a card verifing authenticity and uncirculated. Idk much about these. Not wanting to get rid of them. Just wanting info. Thx for your help.
'Chele

Man said...

How do you know if you have a star note from 2003. Or a regular note? And are the values of these face value? My husband recently passed away and he had 10 $2 bills from 2003

Star notes have a small star at the end of the serial number.
Regular notes have a letter at the end of the serial number.

Since you have 2 group just tell me the full serial number of the the first bill in each group and I can estimate value. Of each bill and the collection as a whole.

Anonymous said...

With out getting into everything I have, I was wondering if you could help me with value of some of my 2's and a silver certificate.

The certificate is a 1935E *23904780F - according to this site : http://www.oldcurrencyvalues.com/GradingCurrency.html It seems it would grade about a VF30

As for my 2's, I have a stack of 100 2003A I got fresh from the bank that still has the paper ring around it. serial #'s E02561901A - E02562000A

I'd really appreciate a little extra knowledge as there just seems to be so much and much of it with a pretty sizable range.

Thank you.

Man said...

certificate is a 1935E *23904780F...VF30 about $6.00

As for my 2's, I have a stack of 100 2003A I got fresh from the bank that still has the paper ring around it. serial #'s E02561901A - E02562000A
--About $225.00

Anonymous said...

I have 6 leather bound 2003A $2.00 bills from the World Reserve Monetary Exchange. Each contains a nite if Authentic Uncirculated United States of American Two Dollar Note. The front of each note has a gold (don't know if it's real gold) number 2s lettering and the background behind Jefferson. What are the worth? No * in the serial numbers.

Man said...

6 leather bound 2003A $2.00 bills from the World Reserve Monetary Exchange. Each contains a nite if Authentic Uncirculated United States of American Two Dollar Note. The front of each note has a gold (don't know if it's real gold) number 2s lettering and the background behind Jefferson. What are the worth? No * in the serial numbers.

The notes themselves are just $2.00, from what I understand these are stickers that the WRME has added on. Most of the time these stickers are paper safe but it adds no value and may lower the value.

If the notes are perfect and stickers can safely be removed maybe $5.00 but that is a stretch.

Anonymous said...

I have a bunch of $2 bills, but the ones of most interest are:

1976 B20491488A and B20491489A (Two serial numbers in a row, crisp and clean)

2003 I00870918* and I00870920* (Very close serial numbers, folded down the middle, otherwise crisp and clean)

1976 B24383122A (Pretty crisp, a tiny bit wrinkled, but the most notable feature is that on the front there is a large top border and virtually no bottom border...I believe the image was printed too low.)

Man said...

<$2 bills, but the ones of most interest are:

1976 B20491488A and B20491489A (Two serial numbers in a row, crisp and clean)
--About $4.00 each

2003 I00870918* and I00870920* (Very close serial numbers, folded down the middle, otherwise crisp and clean)
--About $2.50 each

1976 B24383122A (Pretty crisp, a tiny bit wrinkled, but the most notable feature is that on the front there is a large top border and virtually no bottom border...I believe the image was printed too low.)
--About $2.50 the slight off-center is too minor

Anonymous said...

My sets of $2 bills are: I60468321A then the next 4 in consecutive order. The 2nd set is: I60468346A & again the next 4 in consecutive order.

Sorry for the delay in getting back w/you. Been a bit busy around here getting loose business ends caught up.

Thanks for your help,
'Chele

Man said...

2003 $2 bills are: I60468321A then the next 4 in consecutive order. The 2nd set is: I60468346A & again the next 4 in consecutive order

Assuming high grade since they were in holders, about $5.00 each. They are common so any grade less than crisp-uncirculated has just face value.

Anonymous said...

Yes, they are very crisp, seem to be high-grade to an untrained eye like mine. Another question, are specialty $2 bills worth anything other than face value? I have since come across another $2 bill that is "colorized U.S. Bank note" w/Elvis Presley pics and gold writing on it. D11075690A I think 2008 series, the "y" in the "signature" cuts across the year.

My husband was a Big Time Elvis Fan. Also had an affection for $2 bills, so it makes sense I would find this.

Thanks,
'Chele

Anonymous said...

Oh, yeah, the Elvis $2 bill is also in a holder and marked uncirculated, ect...

'Chele

Man said...

$2 bill that is "colorized U.S. Bank note" w/Elvis Presley pics and gold writing on it. D11075690A I think 2008 series, the "y" in the "signature" cuts across the year.

Unfortunately these are considered damaged notes and any extra value is ruined by coloring them or placing stickers on crisp notes.

Anonymous said...

That's ok if the Elvis bill is considered damaged. It holds sentimental value to me and I don't plan to part w/it.

Again, Thanks for all the info. Have a great night, Day, whatever it is whereever you are.

'Chele

Man said...

'Chele

You're welcome sentimental value is the best kind of value.

Anonymous said...

Hey, I have 10,2 dollar bills from 2003. There serial #'s are in order. They are also crisp. Can you tell me what the value is?

Man said...

10,2 dollar bills from 2003. There serial #'s are in order. They are also crisp.

Average is $2.50 each unless star notes.

Anonymous said...

I have an uncut sheet (16)of 1976 star 2.00 bills beginning with H006x9872* and ending with H009x9872*. 9872 is the last four numbers of each serial number.

I also have an uncut sheet of 16 $1.00 bills and an uncut sheet of 32 $1.00 bills. Both 1981.

All sets are crisp but folded folded in half. Value???

Man said...

uncut sheet (16)of 1976 star 2.00 bills beginning with H006x9872* and ending with H009x9872*
--About $100.00

Both 1981...
uncut sheet of 16 $1.00 bills about $30.00
uncut sheet of 32 $1.00 bills about $60.00

Anonymous said...

I have an uncut sheet(4) of 1976 $2.00 bills beginning with H00890214* and the next H00910214*, H00930214 etc. Each bill serial is 20 more than the previous. I also have uncut sheet(4) of 1981 $1.00 bills H99864520 B with the same 20 number increments.

Man said...

Assuming never folded...

uncut sheet(4) of 1976 $2.00 bills beginning with H00890214* and the next H00910214*, H00930214 etc.
--About $40.00

uncut sheet(4) of 1981 $1.00 bills H99864520 B
--About $32.00

Elizabeth Davis said...

I have a 2003 $2 bill I 95712705 A when looking at it from the front, the back sides has bled through onto the front. EXCELLENT condition, never folded, straight from the bank in 2003. Only worth $2? Thanks!

Man said...

2003 $2 bill I 95712705 A when looking at it from the front, the back sides has bled through onto the front. EXCELLENT condition, never folded

Partial Offset transfer where at least 60% has transferred is $100.00.

If less than 60% just keep dividing the value.

Anonymous said...

I have 14 $2 I series bills that are from 2003. they are in consecutive order and are in excellent condition. I was wondering if they were worth anything? I 76693506 A to I 76693520 A are the series numbers.
Thanks for your help.

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