1928 Red Seal Two Dollar Bill?

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The Red Seal two dollar bill were a special run of currency produced in 1928. They were specifically marked in red to indicate that they are United Sates Notes. They differ from traditional money in that they are not backed up by gold or silver. Regular two dollar bills continued to be produced until 1966. At that point, they were changed to federal reserve notes only. They are seldom seen in circulation, but have little value among collectors.
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If very worn, about $4. Prices can go up to around $15 if the bill shows little or no wear.
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Bills never got the popularity of coins. That bill is selling for $10 on ebay today. There are some for sale in excellent condition for $50 and $150. They are not selling very fast.
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The most common red seals-from '28 to '63, are the "G" series, but there are A, B, C, D, E, and F's. The face value of most today is 2.50; a few are actually still in circulation
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doinitajstyle; = Value of a 1928 G series ,2.00 note, SIGNATURES ARE CLARK AND SNYDER: RED SEAL AND SERIAL NUMBERS: IT DEPENDS on the condition and grade of the bills; I can give
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