What is the value of a 1953 US Red Seal 2 dollar Bill?

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1953 red print two dollar bills can be broken up into four different types by signature combination:
1953 - Ivy Baker Priest (Treasurer of The United States) and G.M. Humphrey (Secretary of the Treasury)
1953A - Ivy Baker Priest and Robert B Anderson
1953B - Elizabeth Rudel Smith and C. Douglas Dillon
1953C - Kathryn O'Hay Granahan and C. Douglas Dillon

All the different 1953 red seal two dollar bills are equally common. In average condition any 1953 red print $2 should sell for about $2.50 to a dealer or collector. If you have a run of 100 consecutive red writing two dollar bills, expect about $8 per note. The same $8 applies to smaller runs of consecutive notes.

Red seal two dollar bills from 1953 are frequently encountered with a star at the beginning of the serial number. 1953 $2 star notes typically sell for about $5 if they are in decent condition. Expect about $15 if they are uncirculated.

Across the four different types of 1953 red seal two dollar bills there were 79,920,000 notes printed. An additional 3,960,000 1953 star notes were printed. You can see why 1953 two dollar bills aren't rare today and why they will never be rare.
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