Monday, April 09, 2012

2003-A $2 Bill, D-A

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

Three year since my last $2.00 note find. I guess with all the spring holidays happening at once that funny money is being used. The cashier told me that since there is no slot for $2 bills and since they are not rare she tries to pass it on before the store closes. She also hinted that some people refuse the note anticipating they might have issues using them.


Although the series says 2003 the actually printing was in 2006. All the 2003-A notes were printed in the three months from July-September in 2006. This is the second 2003-A note I got and like the other one it was issued to the Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank. I thought I would get a New York federal bank. It is possible NY needed more notes and the Ohio Bank transferred the bills to NY. I say this because it was very crisp except for one slightly folded non-pointy corner.

Here's the stats...
Type/Country: 2 Dollars / United States
Year: 2003 A
Date Printed: September 2006
Printings: 19,200,000
Run: 3rd in the D12800001A - D19200000A group
Value: $3.50 in Almost Uncirculated (one that is very fine is just face)

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.

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

Tyler Lawrence said...

The past month (March), I have gotten at least 6 2 dollar bills. Other than that, nothing extraordinary, except what I got today. I found a 1899 Indian Cent in my change!

Man said...

I have gotten at least 6 2 dollar bills.
--That is kind of cool, you can pick and choose the best.

1899 Indian Cent in my change!
--About $3.00 great find.

Tyler Lawrence said...

Most of the Two Dollar Bills were from the 1995 series. The Indian Cent is also in great condition, there is just one little scratch, but that is it.

I have a question about a Virginia D minted state quarter. I got this a couple of weeks ago, and the sides are soft, and not rigid. The sides are also brown meaning that it is all copper. The word "Virginia" is completely smeared off, and the top parts of "United States of America" are gone. The pictures of the boat, George Washington, and other words look 3-D, and look to have a lot more texture.

I was wondering if this is an error coin, or just a coin with no extra value that has seen better days. Whatever it turns out to be, I am still keeping it just because it looks cool and different.

Man said...

I have a question about a Virginia D minted state quarter. I got this a couple of weeks ago, and the sides are soft, and not rigid. The sides are also brown meaning that it is all copper. The word "Virginia" is completely smeared off, and the top parts of "United States of America" are gone. The pictures of the boat, George Washington, and other words look 3-D, and look to have a lot more texture.

I would think this coin was heated outside the mint. Not an error. No extra value.

That said if you can post a picture online somewhere maybe set up a blogger blog just to put up pictures.

Dr. Math said...

Bought this:

http://img33.imageshack.us/slideshow/webplayer.php?id=q001n.jpg

on Sunday. I've been meaning to post this but slow internet connection and busy schedule prevented me from uploading the pictures and in turn prevented me from posting this comment. Back to the note I was wondering what it is worth.

Man said...

Bought this:

Nice one, I see some corner folds and stains but overall it is in great shape.

About $50.00 I know there are subtle varieties but Confederate notes are not something I see often.

Tyler Lawrence said...

I'd love to post pictures, but I don't have a camera or phone that can upload them online. .. I'm still looking for 2012 coins.

Man said...

I'd love to post pictures, but I don't have a camera or phone that can upload them online...

In this day and age a camera should be part of coin collectors equipment.

That said it is not absolutely necessary.

pennywizer101 said...

Today.. I got 19 $2.00 bills .

serial numbers

G20615601A thru G20615619A

MINT CONDITION!!!

Any information would be helpful??? thank you

Man said...

$2.00 bills serial numbers
G20615601A thru G20615619A
MINT CONDITION


What year?

Tyler Lawrence said...

I found two 1958-D wheat pennies that are still red and shiny. Other than a little dirt, they look really good.

Man said...

I found two 1958-D wheat pennies that are still red and shiny. Other than a little dirt, they look really good.

About $0.20 each even in mint state. Unfortunately most modern coins are common even in high grade, and yes 1958 is still modern.

Tyler Lawrence said...

I'm surprised they aren't worth much, but 1958 really isn't that old. I wonder if a 1930 wheat penny in shiny red condition is worth.

Man said...

1930 wheat penny in shiny red condition is worth

In mint state about $6.00
In higher mint state like 65 about $20.00

That said they quickly go up in value if full steps.

Jason said...

I found a 1978 $2 bill(crisp) in one of my tellers drawers. It is hand signed by Francine Neff on the left side above the serial number. I've also got a 1996 $100 bill with mismatched serial numbers (AB15212726S on the left and AB15612726S on the right). Has a center fold. Any ideas on values?

Man said...

1978 $2 bill(crisp) in one of my tellers drawers. It is hand signed by Francine Neff on the left side above the serial number.
--Should be 1976, about $4.00 and mostly for autograph collectors.

1996 $100 bill with mismatched serial numbers (AB15212726S on the left and AB15612726S on the right)
--About $1,000.00 in extra-fine

Anonymous said...

Hey Man, Wow, now it makes sense!
I have a 1963 series $5 bill with Dillon as Secretary of the Treasury. It has red numbers, (A50180458A) and a red seal, condition in good, not mint. Any ideas of the value. Also I noticed from some of your posts that Dillon was listed as Sec of Treasury in 1935 and 1960's, is this unusual? Did he have a break in service? One more question. Any idea of the value of an 1863 two cent piece?

Man said...

1963 series $5 bill with Dillon as Secretary of the Treasury. It has red numbers, (A50180458A) and a red seal, condition in good, not mint.
--About $12.00

Also I noticed from some of your posts that Dillon was listed as Sec of Treasury in 1935 and 1960's, is this unusual? Did he have a break in service?
--That is incorrect he was there from 1/61-4/62 and again 1/63-3/65.

The reason he was on the 1935-G $1.00 bill is that was printed in 1961-1962.
The series year 1935 is not the same as date printed.

1863 two cent, no such thing recheck the date.

Robert Hersch said...

I have $2.00 bills in sequence from I19375909A through I19376000A and I19482760A to 767A. Any value beyond face value?

Man said...

$2.00 bills in sequence from I19375909A through I19376000A and I19482760A to 767A.

What year?

Robert Hersch said...

Year is 2003 $2.00 bills in sequence from I19375909A through I19376000A and I19482760A to 767A. Any value beyond face value?

Man said...

2003 $2.00 bills in sequence from I19375909A through I19376000A and I19482760A to 767A

Assuming crisp-uncirculated about $2.50 the fact they are in sequence does not add value.

Anonymous said...

I have a $2 bill I was going to give away. Something caught my eye. It's offset quite a bit. Thought I should check it out first! Could you please tell me if it's worth only two dollars? The serial number is H25685980A Thank you very much in advance.

Man said...

$2 bill I was going to give away. Something caught my eye. It's offset quite a bit. Thought I should check it out first! Could you please tell me if it's worth only two dollars? The serial number is H25685980A

Unless you see a bit of another bill the offset does not add value.

What year?

Anonymous said...

The year of the offset bill is 1976 and you can not see any markings of another bill. Only the front is offset too. Thanks again.

Man said...

year of the offset bill is 1976 and you can not see any markings of another bill. Only the front is offset too.

Common misalignment error, no extra value.
Just $2.00.

Eric said...

Hi, great info here and very educational. I've been getting a LOT of older money lately from the bank and from customers. Rolls of wheat pennies, rolls of silver quarters, many rolls of very old nickles, and heaps of older $2 and $1 bills. Here are a couple of the more interesting ones.

http://imgur.com/0tLQB

http://imgur.com/KbmEg

I expect somebody found a cache of old money somwhere and took it to the bank and is spending it around town.

Man said...

Here are a couple of the more interesting ones.

$2 Bill 1976 G-* about $10.00 in what looks to be very-fine

$1 Bill 1957-B U-A about $2.00 in what looks to be very-good

Amanda Miles said...

I found these and wanted to know the value...
$2 bill K06943397A 2003A
$1 bill Silver certificate 1957A* C54606433A

thanks!! :-)

Man said...

$2 bill K06943397A 2003A just $2.00
$1 bill Silver certificate 1957A* C54606433A about $4.00

Ms. Ayers said...

My roommate has several $2 bills. The oldest one being a Series 1928G, and another interesting one being a Series 1953 C which serial number begins with a star. Any ideas how much they are worth?

Man said...

$2 bills
Series 1928G about $12.00

Series 1953 C which serial number begins with a star
--About $20.00

Holly said...

I have a 1976 $2 bill serial number E 00002135 A. It is crisp but bends (no crease) where it was bent in half around other bills. Is this worth anything other than face value?

Man said...

1976 $2 bill serial number E 00002135 A. It is crisp but bends (no crease) where it was bent in half around other bills.

About $10.00 mostly for the low serial number.

Elizabeth said...

I was given a $2 bill year 2003-A serial number is D13713567A. Is this one valued at more than $2?

Man said...

$2 bill year 2003-A serial number is D13713567A just $2.00

Rich O said...

I have 3 Millennium 2 Dollar note Series 1995. They are uncirculated seqsuentially numbered and stared. They are in mint condition in protective sleeves. The Serial Numbers are
F20002769*
F20002770*
F20002771*

How much do you think they are worth?

Man said...

Millennium 2 Dollar note Series 1995. They are uncirculated seqsuentially numbered and stared. They are in mint condition in protective sleeves. The Serial Numbers are
F20002769*
F20002770*
F20002771*


About $35.00 each

Rich said...

i have a series 1963 $2 bill with the serial numbers and Tresaur in red ink. mint condition serial

A11314733A


I also have 2 uncirculationed series 1957A $1 bills the seial nunmbers are sequential and the serial and Tresaur are stamped in blue ink. The serial numbers are

M58783022A
M58783023A

How much do youthink all these are worth? I was the one with the *d $2 bills in the last post that were $35.00 each

Man said...

1963 $2 bill...mint condition A11314733A
--About $10.00

uncirculationed series 1957A $1 bills...
M58783022A about $4.00
M58783023A about $4.00

Case Kittel said...

Just received a series 1976 2$ note, serial number I00478951*. It is still crisp and clean. The corners are fairly sharp, with only one having a slight fold (bottom left). I would estimate it to be Very-Fine but not entirely sure.

What do you think?
http://imgur.com/tsBNu

Man said...

1976 2$ note, serial number I00478951*. It is still crisp and clean. The corners are fairly sharp, with only one having a slight fold (bottom left). I would estimate it to be Very-Fine but not entirely sure.

I would say Extremely Fine 40 which is about $60.00 in value.

Anonymous said...

1995 serial number F04538273A, AU condition

Man said...

$2
1995 serial number F04538273A, AU condition


Just $2.00, they are very common.

Anonymous said...

Hi =) I hv 4 uncir & unclipped 2003 $2 bills. 1st: ser# G99653381A has a 7 in ea corner Top L: A3 Bottom R: FW A 9 Fed Reserve Chicago Illinois These are in one sheet in a protective folding case Ty 4 any info! Hv a wonderful day! =) DS

Anonymous said...

I just posted about the uncir/un clipped $2 bills. The other 3 serial #s are: 2nd bill: G99676381A 3rd bill: G99699381A & 4th bill: G99722381A. (Ofcourse the corners say A B C D) From the Chicago Illinois Fed Res. Thank u again!

Man said...

4 uncir & unclipped 2003 $2 bills. 1st: ser# G99653381A

About $20.00 these were only made in uncut sheet about 736,000 were printed and sold so they are common.

Mackeshaw Escamilla said...

Can you please tell me the value of a 2003 A 2 dollar bill with gold ink on it. The serial number is B06496972 A. The bottom right has lettering FW A 15. This bill is in a cover and uncirculated. Who would this bill be valuable to?

Man said...

2003 A 2 dollar bill with gold ink on it. The serial number is B06496972 A.

No extra value, the gold ink is considered damage.

Ronald McGuffee said...

i have a set of 2 dollar bills 2003 for all fifty states each in their own hard plastic case and in a wooden case for all fifty. some of the bills look like they have been misprinted because they have series numbers on them twice unlike other bills ive ever seen. Each bill has a name of the state along with some familar event of the states history on the face of the bill (backs are all the same
thank you

Man said...

set of 2 dollar bills 2003 for all fifty states each in their own hard plastic case and in a wooden case for all fifty. some of the bills look like they have been misprinted because they have series numbers on them twice unlike other bills ive ever seen. Each bill has a name of the state along with some familar event of the states history on the face of the bill

Damaged, any bill overprinted with extra stuff is done outside the government and losing all extra value.

Just $2.00 each.

If you think there are true errors I would need to see a picture.

Anonymous said...

I have a sheet for sale:

$2 Series 2003, Bank of Chicago (24 SHT)
Plate Series FW (E thru H) 6

99277900A | 99369900A | 99645900A | 99737900A
99300900A | 99392900A | 99668900A | 99750900A
99323900A | 99415900A | 99691900A | 99783900A
99346900A | 99438900A | 99714900A | 99806900A
99461900A | 99553900A | 99829900A | 99921900A
99484900A | 99576900A | 99852900A | 99944900A
99507900A | 99599900A | 99875900A | 99967900A
99530900A | 99622900A | 99898900A | 99990900A

Read more: http://www.cointalk.com/t218091/#ixzz2TJhP4vKW

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Man said...

$2 Series 2003, Bank of Chicago uncut sheet of 32

About $300.00 if it remains uncut.

Anonymous said...

I have a 2003 A 2 dollar register note the center with Jefferson is shiny green along with a picture of a wagon and buildings (also shiny green ) back is regular can anyone give me some info on this mint uncirculated bill

Man said...

2003 A 2 dollar register note the center with Jefferson is shiny green along with a picture of a wagon and buildings (also shiny green ) back is regular can anyone give me some info on this mint uncirculated bill

Sounds like a note that with an overlay. Some private company places stickers on real notes.

They are considered damage and not real collectibles. No extra value.

Anonymous said...

I have 2$ series 2003A D06688865A. Whats price?

Man said...

2$ series 2003A D06688865A

Just $2.00

Shana said...

I have a 2003 2.00 bill and was wondering why the letters and numbers match the way you describe the conventional series. The serial number is J 05230857 A federal reserve bank of Kansas City Missouri
Thank you

Man said...

2003 2.00 bill and was wondering why the letters and numbers match the way you describe the conventional series. The serial number is J 05230857 A federal reserve bank of Kansas City Missouri

Conventional series was still used in uncut sheets for collectors until 2012.

It is possible yours was once in an uncut sheets including for you series.

This does not add value but some research is needed.

http://www.uspapermoney.info/general/uncut.html

Anonymous said...

Value of a $2 bill K01856599?

Man said...

$2 bill K01856599

What year?

Anonymous said...

Sorry, 2003 A series. K01856599A $2 bill.

Man said...

2003 A series. K01856599A $2 bill.

Just $2.00

Anonymous said...

Just wondering what the value of my $2.00 bill is. It is from 1928 and the serial number is offset.

Man said...

$2.00 bill is. It is from 1928 and the serial number is offset.

In very fine starts at $30 depending on severity of Offset error.

cking said...

I have 4 2003 $2 bills in mint condition in a protective sleeve uncut with "The Wisdom of Thomas Jefferson" on inside cover. L98822022 A, L98842022 A, L98862022 A, L98882022 A are the serial numbers and was wondering if they had any value?

Man said...

4 2003 $2 bills in mint condition in a protective sleeve uncut with "The Wisdom of Thomas Jefferson" on inside cover. L98822022 A, L98842022 A, L98862022 A, L98882022 A

About $20.00

cking said...

Cool man thanks...I have some other stuff I'll hit u up on soon

Man said...

Cool man thanks...I have some other stuff I'll hit u up on soon


No problem.

Anonymous said...

I have a 2 dollar bill that is shiny. It's a 2003 a. It has the st Louis arch on it. Serial number b16774426a. Is it real.. lol

Man said...

2 dollar bill that is shiny. It's a 2003 a. It has the st Louis arch on it. Serial number b16774426a

Damaged with a sticker or other film that some people use to make novelty items.

Just $2.00.

Kameron Landry said...

I have a series 2003a 2 dollar bill with a flag behind Jefferson, a United States Space Ship to the left, and a small picture of palm trees to the bottom right. I have not seen one bill like it before and would like to know the value.

Man said...

2003a 2 dollar bill with a flag behind Jefferson, a United States Space Ship to the left, and a small picture of palm trees to the bottom right.

Done by an outside company as a souvenir, no extra value it is considered damaged.

Anonymous said...

Hey I have 2003 D dollar bill mint .

Man said...

2003 D dollar bill mint

About $1.50 depending on serial number.

Anonymous said...

I have a series 2003 a serial number b 10692314 A 2$ Federal note would like to know how much is worth

Anonymous said...

I have a series 2003 a serial number b 10692314 A 2$ Federal note would like to know how much is worth mint

Anonymous said...

I have a $2 bill with number F01513619 A how much is it worth.

Man said...

2003 a serial number b 10692314 A 2$ Federal note would like to know how much is worth mint

About $5.00

Man said...

$2 bill with number F01513619

Depends on year, but most are just $2.00

Stephen Waldrop said...

2003 a serial number G03775190 A

Patrizia Tegenkamp said...

I have 2 $2 bill that has Lincoln and the skyline of Chicago and would like to know the worth. It is encased in plastic and has an american flag behind Jefferson. Serial Number L30977347A. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Trying to place it into an Auction to raise money for the Alzheimer's Association.

Brn Hug said...

I have 3 uncut 2 dollar bills series 2003A J99812821A J99818821A J99824821A