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What is the value of a 1963 US 2 dollar bill with red ink?


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2010-12-18 02:48:59
2010-12-18 02:48:59

1963 $2 bills are common among collectors and retail for only $1 to $1.25 more than face value, in circulated condition. Uncirculated bills retail for about $10. if they have a * star in front of the A, then they are worth even more.

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Face value if circulated, $8 if uncirculated and unfolded.

$2 bills dated 1963 and later are worth face value if circulated, and about $3 in crisp, uncirculated condition.

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There were no silver certificates dated 1963; in fact, the last $2 silver certificates were issued in 1899. The banner across the top of your bill and its red ink indicate that it's a United States Note. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1963 US 2 dollar bill?" for more information.


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