what is the value of a red seal two dollar bill, 1963?
I think if the bill is circulated its value is face value and if uncirculated it may get up to $8. I've heard there's a 1963 $2 bill worth $5000. Its serial number is A06351047A. Is it the one you have?
No my red note 2 dollar bill # A02845109A w red lettering and red seal
Steph - That's kinda close!
i have several red seal $2.00 bills and took them to a collector and I have to agree with the other post, face value circulated and $8 uncirculated.
If you do have them uncirculated, at some point in time, you might want to have them graded and certified as uncirculated into a MS (mint state) grading by one of the two grading companies NGC or PCGS. It's really the only way this note will maintain to increase in value.
why is that serial number is worth 5000?
Here it is again: A06351047A
the question was why is it worth 5000
I have A02744487A is mine 5k?
I don't know the reason for it. Just read about it somewhere and it sounded interesting and strange.
I have two of them and thanks to you im rich!!!
Why is that?
THIS IS A 1928 RED SEAL 2 DOLLAR BILL
I've seen them offered for $48 in fair condition. I think the star note can get as high as $350.
This is a red seal hence "United States Note." the face value would be about $10,not unless it reads November 22nd.1963 where the face value would go for about $2000.
not being tedious but,
a circulated 1928 series G 2 dollar red seal bill (Monticello on the reverse) has a market value of?
serial E18687327A (I496)
thank you in advance for the answer
I think the 1928G $2 should be up to $10, depends on condition. An uncirculated bill will get as high as $25.
hi if got a two dollar bill from 1963 that red sealed and its serial number is A06161048A can someone tell me how much its worth
Read my answer at the top of this thread: http://www.artifactcollectors.com/what-is-the-value-of- a-red-seal-two-dollar-bill- <phone> .html#2
Sorry, no. Just a simple 1963 $2.00 bill in excellent, not new, condion.
My $2.00 1963 bill has red seal and
number A 06652309A
Just a short note on the worth of a Red Seal Two Dollar Bill, 1963 or otherwise.
To truly understand the worth of any note there are several things to consider.
1) When it comes to the serial number, in general a bill's serial number only affects its value if it's low or has an unusual pattern; e.g. 00000005 or 23232323.
2) The Condition of the note is very important and you can find information on note conditions here: http://www.resbank.co.za/BanknotesandCoin/ SouthAfricanCurrency/BankNotes/Pages/ Gradingstandardsforworldpapermoney.aspx
It would take me to long to type them all out.
I hope I have been of some help to you all.
As much as I dislike having to say this However:
"I think if the bill is circulated its value is face value and if uncirculated it may get up to $8. I've heard there's a 1963 $2 bill worth $5000. Its serial number is A06351047A. Is it the one you have?"
This has been a myth on the Internet & among Note collectors for more years than I care to remember. It is just plain untrue. It is a myth, the serial number exists I am sure on something, maybe even on a $2.00 Bill. However, checking with the US Mint the whole Red Seal $2.00 note with the serial number of A06351047A is a line of well ... you can take it from there.
There is Value in a $2.00 note with the Red Seal, it is $8.00 if in UNC condition it goes down from there. I guess that last bit was a little redundant & I apologize for that one. This holds true for all Red Seal & Blue Seal Notes up to 1976.
I am new to this site & do not wish to step on anyone's toes here. I am not new to being a Numismatist. It has been about 30 or so years for that, so I do happen to do my research. Even thought about getting qualified in grading but my true love was to be a gemologist & I got my certification in that so at my age with my disabilities I figured I would just work on my collection to leave to my grandson, it should put him through college and then some.
You are welcome to step on my toes anytime
Being new here on Artifact Collectors I just wasn't comfortable jumping in with both feet. I am usually a very shy person.
So, going ahead and stating a fact against what you had stated made me feel uncomfortable until we PM'd.
I am happy to help in anyway I can. I do get upset with some of the myths about numismatics that circulate on the Internet and just in general. Sometimes it's like sending someone on a "Snipe" hunt, or telling them that "yes of course if you rub that brass little teapot a Genie will pop out and grant you three wishes." So, thank you for permission to once in a great while proverbially stepping on anyone's toes.
I have a few red seal 2 dollar bills. the lowest i have on serial numbers is a09226968a and a09111579a. They are in great condition. actually look like they were just made. I did trade some in and got about 8 bucks a piece. I also have a blue seal 10 dollar bill. Is there anyway you could tell me the value on that. serial number is A71227755a. ty
If I have the $2 bill that is worth $5,000 what do I do?? lol
You send it to me? LOL
The blue seal indicates your bill is a silver certificate, a form of paper money discontinued in the early 1960s. However, the ten dollar denomination had been printed for almost 70 years before then. Ten dollar bills have been issued as legal tenders, gold certificates, silver certificates, national bank notes, and treasury notes.
Your note could be worth anywhere between $20.00 - $60.00 depending on the condition and year.