All 1928 $2 bills were printed with red seals, so it's possible your bill has changed color due to age or chemical exposure.
Please see the question "What is the value of a 1928 D US 2 dollar bill?" for more information.
It will be worth one dollar. The serial numbers really do not have an affect on value. There may be collectors that would find it of interest, but they are not likely to pay much for it.
in mint condition(uncirculated) with serial numbers approx. $ 3.00 depending on the dealer , without serial numbers $1.50
The value of a five dollar bill is five dollars. It's not clear what you mean by "consecutive serial numbers." If you mean that the bill's serial number looks like "12345678" or something, then a collector might be willing to pay a small premium for it as a curiosity. If you mean that you have two or more five dollar bills where the serial numbers are consecutive, they're worth five dollars each, period.
Nothing. You have to have both serial numbers before it has value...unless you tape it back together.
There were no yellow seal two dollar bills. The red ink on your note was altered to look yellow.
It's too new to have any special value.Serial NumbersIt's normally not necessary to provide a bill's serial number. Serial numbers are counters and a security feature but rarely affect a bill's value. Some collectors will pay extra for numbers with a special pattern, e.g. 12345678, or low numbers such as 00000015.
i have a ten dollar bill, serial number jh13001355a. is this bill of any value more than face? tu
It has no extra value. The "embossed" serial numbers aren't an error or special type of printing. All it means is that the counter that prints the numbers was slightly misaligned, so it was pressed more firmly into the paper when the bill was printed.
About $6 to $8. BTW, you don't need to post bills' serial numbers. They almost never affect a bill's value.
its aproximently worth 4,562,000 us dollars
The blue seals indicate your bills are silver certificates. In circulated condition the consecutive serial numbers add only a small amount to their normal $8 to $10 retail value.
Please post a new question with the bill's date. Serial numbers rarely affect a bill's value. Also, U.S. bills have their serial numbers on the front. If your bill is from a different country include that in your post.
First, the value is determined by the series (date); you posted the serial number. Second, you typed the serial number incorrectly, because U.S. currency serial numbers begin with letter A through L. None begin with Q.
In 1967 Canada printed the dollar bill with no serial number on purpose and instead let the year 1967 substitute for the serial number. This means that your Canadian dollar bill is only worth its face value.
20 times $50 equals $1,000. Consecutive serial numbers will only add to the value if they're old bills.
Depends on year and how low the serial number is.
They all should have serial numbers if not you have a counter fit
one hundred cents. one dollar
The percentage of a partial bill really has little to do with its value. Any bill is worth its face value if it contains a complete serial number and any part of the other serial number.
Please check your ?? again and post a new, separate question with its date. Serial numbers are counters and a security feature but rarely affect a bill's value or help to ID it. Some collectors will pay extra for numbers with a special pattern, e.g. 12345678, or low numbers such as 00000015.
The serial number alone isn't enough to assign value, but rather the series year and the condition. Without more information, it's assumed to be worth one dollar.
Depending on the nature of the error, it could be worth $200 to $500 at retail. Missing serial numbers can occur if the bill wasn't fed through the part of the printing process that adds the seal and serial numbers, or if it was fed in upside down and the seal and serial numbers were printed on the back. In any case it should be seen by a dealer or appraiser who specializes in error currency.
Typically for lower denominations in average condition, you can double the face value of a silver certificate and this is your real value. However, be aware that condition, star notes and low/high serial numbers can add significant value.
Please check your bill again and post a new, separate question. The only seal colors used on 1934 A $5 bills were blue, green, yellow, and brown. The serial numbers will be the same color.
Serial numbers are counters and a security feature but rarely affect a bill's value. Please post a new, separate question with the bill's date and what letter if any is next to the date. Some collectors will pay extra for numbers with a special pattern, e.g. 12345678, or low numbers such as 00000015.