What is the value of a two dollar bill?

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The value of a 2 dollar bill is simply two dollars. While many think that it is worth more than that because it is rarely seen, it is still in circulation. The bill was taken out of circulation for the most part in the near the end of the 1950s, but came back in the 1970s to save money. It has been reissued in the 21st century and most recently in 2011. It is hopeful that it will gain popularity, but has not seen that benefit yet.
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That depends on the year the bill was made in and the condition it is in.
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All 1963 US $2 bills were printed as red-seal United States Notes. It's possible your bill was exposed to some chemical or something else that bleached the red ink to leave a yellow
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There was only one series of 1976 $2 bills printed, so there are no series letters. Most likely you're looking at the Federal Reserve District letter rather than the series letter
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The US didn't print any $2 bills dated 1923. Please check again and post a new, separate question.
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