What is the value of a 1928 G US 2 dollar bill with a red seal?


Retail prices range from $5 to $10 depending on wear. A nice uncirculated one might retail for $25 or so. The red ink indicates your bill is a United States Note, a form of currency similar to Federal Reserve Notes that was issued until the late
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What Are Two Dollar Bills Worth?
Two-dollar bills have been issued by the United States in one form or another since 1862 and still exist as Federal Reserve Notes, though they are not commonly circulated. As collectors' items, they have a wide variety of values depending on age,... More »
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