Face value to $8 if circulated, up to about $12 if crisp and unfolded.
1953, 1953A, 1953B, and 1953C red seal two dollar bills are all worth about $3.50 in circulated condition. Perfect examples are worth closer to $8.
11-9-11>> A 1953A US Silver Certificate is worth worth $8-$10 in circulated condition. If it is uncirculated it is worth $18 or more depending on the uncirculated condition.
The value is about 39$ if the bill is in good condition
That depends on the year the bill was made in and the condition it is in.
The value of a 1953 gold 2 dollar bill will vary. The value will be determined by the condition of the bill and by the current supply and demand for it.
In circulated condition, about $25
These bills are in mint condition.
The value really depends on the condition of the bill.
Face value to $1.50 depending on condition
The value depends on the year of issue and the condition.
Without knowing date and condition, this question cannot be answered