$2 Bill May be Worth Much More

That $2 bill you have might not be worth $2. Depending on how and when it was printed, some collectors are offering up to $4,500 for the unique bills. The $2 bill isn’t actually rare, just not commonly used. The bills are still being printed to this day.

It has been issued in one form or another since 1776, with the “greenback” paper form emerging at the time of the Civil War. For those wanted to cash in big on their $2, look for a red seal. If it was printed in 1890 and uncirculated, it’s worth $4,500. Other $2 bills with the red seal range from being worth $300 to $2,500. Some bills with brown or blue seals are also worth hundreds of dollars.

For more recently printed $2 bills, look for ones printed in 1995 or 2003. Those are worth $500-$700. Of course, most $2 are worth $2 — but it’s worth checking.

(source:  al.com)

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