How Much Is A Two Dollar Bill Worth? (Answered)

Last Updated on April 4, 2022

The two-dollar bill is probably one of the most distinctive paper notes in existence floating in the United States, surrounded by rumors and hearsay which further adds to the mystery and is quite often met with skepticism. They have a picture of Thomas Jefferson upon the front and a representation of the declaration of Independence on the back.

How Much Is The Two Dollar Bill Worth?

The value of the two dollar bill can range from a few hundred dollars to thousands of dollars (around $10,000). Well, that depends on which two-dollar bill you currently have, how much has it been circulated and what its condition is. The 2 dollars, notes come in a variety of editions. The huge two-dollar notes, which were originally produced in 1862, seem to be more valued. From 1928 until the current day, tiny two-dollar notes have been printed.

The majority of the tiny bills come in star note variants. Your note will resell for a greater price if there is a star either before or after the serial number. You’ll be amazed to find how, despite their rarity, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing continues to issue such dollars on a daily basis – but not as often as some other numbers. $2 notes account for about.001 % of all currency in circulation now, as per Business Insider.

In well-circulated form, most big size two-dollar notes printed from 1862 to 1918 are very valuable and valued at least $100. in order to get the high value that sellers are seeking they must ensure that those bills have no creases or kinks or folds from being handed about as ordinary money before in the past.

Those who are fortunate enough to come across uncirculated $2 notes from that time period might make a minimum of $500 and that value can in turn potentially go up to $10,000 or more.

2013 P, D Native American (Sacagawea/Golden) Dollar 2 Coin Set Uncirculated

What Is The Present Value And Variations of Two Dollar Bank Note?

First, we have the 1899 2-dollar silver certificate. Legal tender notes, Treasury bills, National bank Currency notes, silver licenses, and Fed Reserve notes make up the huge two-dollar bills. At local banks, silver certificate banknotes may be exchanged for silver. That implies that you may swap your old $two silver certificate money for precisely $2 in silver back then.

In excellent shape, numerous series can be valued at on a minimum of a few hundred bucks. The price is just above $2,000 in mint condition. The value of the $2 notes from the 1917 series is lower. The National Bank notes are by far the most precious bills.

Then we have the 2013 two-dollar small bills. The two-dollar banknotes are one of the two, either legal tender or Federal Reserve bills. A red mark appears on legal tender banknotes, whereas a green seal appears on Federal Reserve notes.

In pristine shape, the majority of the red seal $2 legal tender notes are valued around or just above $10. The price in mint condition state is roughly $22. In uncirculated form, the 1928 series red seal $2 legal tender notes are far more desirable.

In unrestored form, the majority of the green seal Federal Reserve notes will trade for a profit. In uncirculated form, the 1976 series $2 notes will be valued roughly $9. In uncirculated form, the much more recent series are valued roughly $4-5.

The 1963 two-dollar bill however will be worth more due to the fact that it’s integrated in united states of Americas history. And all two-dollar notes that came after this, their value depends on whether they have the star note variety however most will be worth their face value.

What Grades Are Awarded To Two Dollar Bill In 2021?

Pretty good- A circulating bill with a lot of deterioration. Just on note’s border, there could be 1 or 2 rips. It’s possible that the bill is discolored, black, or weak.

Very fine – A bill which has been in use for a short period of time but not for too long. The sound is still rather fresh. Slight wrinkles, bends, or minor blotches could be present.

MS 63 choice uncirculated- A banknote that has never been in use and provides no sign of it. The note’s sharpness hasn’t deteriorated. The sound is also nicely balanced.

Jackie Palmer is a Houston-based coin journalist and fashion enthusiast. She joined Jewels Advisor’s content team after years of experience as a content strategist, managing blogs and social channels for local stores. Jackie mostly collects and studies US coins produced during the 20th century and over the years, published hundreds of articles for multiple coin publications.