How Much Is a 1953 2 Dollar Bill Worth?

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It is most likely that the value of your two-dollar bill is just that - $2. Though the two-dollar bill is not in regular circulation right now, the U.S. Treasury (http://www.treasury.gov) reports that the bill is still being printed today and is worth its face value.
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A lot bcuz a dime or nickel was worth a lot back then.
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The worth of a 1976 $2 dollar bill is just that: $2.00. If it is uncirculated, one may be able to get as much at $3 dollars for it. As with all currency, worth is a matrix of condition
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The series 1953 $2 note sells for around $10 in grade fine and $15 in grade extra fine there are also series 1953A,1953B & 1953C that sell for a little less. Dealers however pay
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