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What is a 1976 2 dollar bill with a star worth


It means that the original bill was destroyed so they made another one and put a star beside it.



$10 in uncirculated condition. $2 if used.


A twenty dollar bill with a star on it can be worth different amounts depending on the date. A 1914 twenty dollar bill with a star on it is worth 1000 dollars.


The value of a star note is usually somewhat higher than that of a "regular" bill, but the extra value depends very much on the bill's date and condition. If it's a modern (1976 or later) $2 bill, regular-issue ones are only worth face value so a circulated star (replacement) note will only be worth 50¢ to a dollar more. A nice uncirculated one could bring around $4. If the bill is older please post a new question with its date and what letter if any is after the date. You don't need to copy the entire serial number.



In decent condition, it has a collector value of a few dollars.


Star notes generally have some additional value to collectors beyond face value. The amount is determined by the series (date) and condition.


"Star notes" can be worth a small premium over a standard bill's value. Depending on condition it might retail for $55 to $60.


just saw this very same type of $20.00 bill on pawn stars tonight and it was valued at $1,000.00


Yes, but not much. In uncirculated condition it might retail for about $4.


Star notes are only printed to replace bills damaged during production, so most bills of any denomination won't have a star. If a bill does have one, it replaces the letter at the end of the bill's serial number.


The value is more dependent on the year (series) of the bill. The serial number by itself isn't enough information.


The star signifies that it is a replacement bill for one that was destroyed earlier. Any denomination bill can have a star in its serial number. These bills are rarer than non-star bills and can be of value to a collector (greater than face value). But like most collectibles condition is everything for coin and paper money collectors. To get top value for the bill it must be in crisp, torn, folded condition or like new. If the bill is circulated with tares, folds, dirt, etc... the value goes down significantly and may only be worth face value as a normal bill.


Those are usually just worth $20. If the serial number ends with a star symbol, or the bill is in perfect condition, then it will be worth more.



30-40 dollars more than the face value


If it was printed in the last couple of years then it is only worth a few dollars over face value if you can find someone who needs it.


There were no 2003 Australian Ten Dollar star notes issued.


If you are referring to a star note, its value is slightly above face for a circulated bill of that date and denomination. If you're interpreting "reprinted" differently, please clarify your question in a new post.


Please check your bill's date again. he US didn't print any bills of any denomination dated 1978. The nearest date for $2 bills is 1976; those bills are only worth face value unless they are uncirculated. Correction: Yes they did make a 1978 two dollar bill. I am looking at one and holding it in my hand.


No extra value unless it's uncirculated. ATMs still dispense them regularly.


An Australian two dollar star note is a two dollar bill that has a star or an asterisk after the serial number on the bill. These bills are bills that were reprinted due to mistakes in the printing process, and are collectibles by some people.


The modern US five dollar bill (or note) does not have a red star on it. some older versions did carry a seal printed in red, but this would hardly be seen as a star.



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