It's important to know the bill's date.
Circulated, current-issue $2 bills (dates 1976 and later, with green seals) are worth $2. If they are in crisp, uncirculated condition the retail value could be double that.
Older U.S. Notes with red seals can be worth more. Some typical retail values are:
1928: $3-10 circulated / up to $50 uncirculated
1928A: $5-10 circulated / $225 uncirculated
1928B: $20-85 circulated / $700 uncirculated
1928C: $2-10 circulated / $100 uncirculated
1928D: $2-8 circulated / $30 uncirculated
1928E: $2-12 circulated / $65 uncirculated
1928F,G: $2-8 circulated / $25 uncirculated
1953, 53A,B,C: $2-3 circulated / $8 uncirculated
1963, 63A: $2-5 circulated / $4 uncirculated
1976: $2-3 circulated / $3 uncirculated
Busting the myths:
US $2 bills have NEVER been discontinued or recalled and are STILL acceptable for use anywhere any other denomination is valid. They are still being printed (latest series dated 2008) although in much smaller quantities than other denominations.
Don't hoard two dollar bills--spend them. Modern ones will always be worth two dollars and you can get as many as you wish from a bank. If they are out, they can order more.
$2 "Silver Certificates"
There were no $2 silver certificates in any of the common series. From 1928 to 1963, $2 bills were issued only as United States Notes, distinguishable by their red seals. After that they've been issued as standard green-seal Federal Reserve Notes. All US bills have their type in a banner across the top of the bill's front.
This depends on the condition of the bill. In normal used condition, they are worth exactly $2.
$2 bills dated 1976 and newer are the ones worth face value only. The $3/$4 figure is reasonable for bills dating back to the 1950s. Anything older than that, please post a new question that has the bill's specific date and whether there is a little letter next to the date.
Washington is on the US $1 bill; Jefferson is on the US $2 bill
The US printed both $2 and $5 bills with red seals in the 1963 series. Please see the questions "What is the value of a 1963 US 2 dollar bill?" and "What is the value of a 1963 US 5 dollar bill?" for more information.
The US didn't exist in 1532.
The value really depends on the condition of the bill.
Please check your bill again. There were no 1926 US bills; the date is most likely 1928.If so, there's more information the at question "What is the value of a 1928 G US 2 dollar bill?".
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In circulated condition, a 1976 US $2 bill is only worth face value. The other bill, though, must have a different date because there are no 1958 US banknotes of any denomination. Please check its date again and look for the question "What is the value of a [date] US 2 dollar bill?" for values.
C is the highest series letter on a 1953 US $2 bill. The series letter, if any, is next to the date. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1953 US 2 dollar bill" for more information.
Its worth no more than its face value. 2$
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.
Please check again and post a new question. No $2 bills are dated 1935.If your bill's date is 1953, there's more information at the question "What is the value of a 1953 [letter] US 2 dollar bill?"
There were no $2 bills dated 1929. However, letters for the 1928 series go up to G so if that's what you have, please see the question "What is the value of a 1928 G US 2 dollar bill?"
The value of a 1996 2 Dollar Bill is approximately $2. Their low value is due to the large number produced and wide availability.
Assuming you mean the series 1976 $2 bill, it's worth $2.
It's worth exactly two dollars.
There is no numismatic term called a "flower" bill, only bills folded into flowers as origami projects. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1953 US 2 dollar bill?" for more information.
Check that bill again. There are no $2 bills with a series year of 1979.
The U.S. didn't print any $2 bills with that date.
The U.S. did not print any $2 bills dated 1934.
More information is needed. Jefferson's portrait has been on $2 bills for almost a century.Please check the date of your bill and enter the question "What is the value of a (its date) US 2 dollar bill?" for a specific answer.2 U.S. Dollars
The US didn't print any 2-dollar bills dated 1967.If your digits are reversed and your bill is dated 1976, it's one of the most common $2 bills and is only worth face value if you got it in change.