Monday, May 20, 2013

1928-G $2 Bill, E-A

Have a red seal $2.00 bill and want to find out its value?

The only other $2 red seal I got in my change. This one is older than most and has only one seal which is perfectly normal. The date is also on the left side instead of the normal right side. Aside from that it still had most of the same design seen on most United States notes.


Another thing to note is that the series year of 1928 is not when it was printed. Using the G after the date and the signatures we can guess it was printed between June 1949 - January 1953. Knowing the it is also an E-A serial number it is fairly safe to assume it was printed towards the end of the run likely in 1952.

This is the last of this type of note with the seal on the left. It is fairly common and fairly new so it will not bring in any large value in circulated grade.

Type: $2 U.S. Note
Year: 1928-G
Date Printed: June 1949 - January 1953
Printings: 30,760,000
Run: Unknown
Value: $12.00 in Very-Fine

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.

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

Anonymous said...

I have a $2.00 bill in the left corner it says G1 and the serial number is L 00127543* year is 1976 uncirculated what is it worth? I also have 2 1979 uncirculated Susan B Anthony dollars, 2 1980 Susan B Anthony uncirculated dollars, and a gold colored 2000 dollar coin and on the back it says E Pluribus Unum. Can you tell me what they are worth?








Man said...

$2.00 bill in the left corner it says G1 and the serial number is L 00127543* year is 1976 uncirculated
--About $30.00

2 1979 uncirculated Susan B Anthony dollars, 2 1980 Susan B Anthony uncirculated dollars, gold colored 2000 dollar coin
--About $1.50 each

Angela said...

I was just given a $2 bill at my garage sale today. It's a Series 2003A serial number F 02199199 A. What do you know about it and is it just worth $2 or possibly more? Thanks!

Man said...

$2 bill at my garage sale today. It's a Series 2003A serial number F 02199199 A

Just $2.00 they are common.

Anonymous said...

I just bought around $500 worth of two dollar bills from the bank and was wondering if you had any site or advice that can help me find some worth keeping. I have divided them into series and I have bills from 1976, 1995, 2003, 2003A, and 2009.

A few side questions:
-I've already found two star notes series 2003 and serials I01754113* and I01754112* both uncirculated, what are they worth?
-Many of the uncirculated from every series are sequential, are they worth keeping all together?

Man said...

$500 worth of two dollar bills from the bank and was wondering if you had any site or advice that can help me find some worth keeping. I have divided them into series and I have bills from 1976, 1995, 2003, 2003A, and 2009.
--Unfortunately there is no site that breaks down $2 dollar bills for each serial number and value.

A few side questions:
-I've already found two star notes series 2003 and serials I01754113* and I01754112* both uncirculated, what are they worth?

--About $5.00 each


-Many of the uncirculated from every series are sequential, are they worth keeping all together?
--It does not really raise the value if they are common serial numbers.

Most $2.00 bills are common and even in uncirculated they bills from 1976-2009 are just about $4.00.

Here are the ones worth $35.00 or more in UNC...
2003-A F-* about $35.00
1976 K-* about $85.00
1976 I-* about $75.00

All other star notes are $5 - $10.
No regular notes have any real value.

Anonymous said...

Thanks very much for the information!
I was looking through some of your posts having to do with the run size and was wondering if the small premium also applied to $2 bills? There are a few from the 2003A series that only have one run, but seeing as the other groups are only 1-4 runs I'm guessing it doesn't make them very special.

Thanks again for all of the help, love the blog and will continue to read in the future.

Man said...

I was looking through some of your posts having to do with the run size and was wondering if the small premium also applied to $2 bills?

Since $2 bills do not circulate as much even small runs survive in high grades and because of that have lower values.

Short 1 printing runs are usually double the value but in UNC that is just $5.00.

2 or more runs then in UNC is just about $2.50.

Anonymous said...

I have a $2 from the World Reserve Monetary Exchange 2003 authentic uncirculated gold plated. B14273447A Any idea on the worth?

Man said...

$2 from the World Reserve Monetary Exchange 2003 authentic uncirculated gold plated. B14273447A

Just $2.00 the gold plating is too thin to have any real value.

And the bill is damaged if the you cannot safely remove the plating.

This is a garbage collectible.

Anonymous said...

Hello, I have a $2.00 bill with serial number F 07604948 B series 1925, could you tell me what it is worth?

Man said...

$2.00 bill with serial number F 07604948 B series 1925

No such year as 1925 recheck the date.

Anonymous said...

Thank you!
here is a link to the picture of the series year.
does this mean its fake?

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B_3Y6ktYfGJwVEZkNU50LVNlTzA/edit?usp=sharing

Man said...

here is a link to the picture of the series year.
does this mean its fake?


It is real just blurry.
The year is 1995.

Even if the year was erased the name Robert E. Rubin was the Secretary of the Treasury in 1995.

Your bill looks like it was washed so it just has face value of $2.00.

Unknown said...

I have $2 series
1963A serial A15793650A
2003 serial I01847071*

Man said...

$2 series
1963A serial A15793650A about $8.00
2003 serial I01847071* about $3.00