A nice, crisp uncirculated note has a value of about $15, IF you can find a buyer.
Depends on the grade of the bill (crisp uncirculated or beat up) about $2 to $5.
A mint condition uncirculated note would be worth $20-$30. A crisp used note would be about $5.
It has no significant collector value unless it's in absolutely perfect gem crisp uncirculated condition, which is worth about $10
$10 Federal Reserve Note from Series of 1928 : well-worn = $11.00 ... lightly-worn = $25.00 ... crisp uncirculated = $50.00 $10 Federal Reserve Note from Series of 1934 : well-worn = $10.00 ... lightly-worn = $11.00 ... crisp uncirculated = $20.00 $10 Silver Certificate from Series of 1934 : well-worn = $25.00 ... lightly-worn = $30.00 ... crisp uncirculated = $75.00 $20 Federal Reserve Note from Series of 1928 : well-worn = $21.00 ... lightly-worn = $25.00 ... crisp uncirculated = $55.00 $20 Federal Reserve Note from Series of 1934 : well-worn = $20.00 ... lightly-worn = $21.00 ... crisp uncirculated = $25.00
A crisp very good quality note would be worth $25. A mint condition uncirculated one would be worth $250.
A 1975 Bank of Scotland One Pound note is worth $22 in mint uncirculated condition, dropping to $4 in crisp circulated.
A mint condition uncirculated 1959 100 Peso note is worth $25, dropping to $2 for a crisp circulated one in Very Good condition.
They are worth $70 in crisp uncirculated condition. Notes in anything less than UNC are worth face value only.
The 2003 $2 Fed Reserve note is only worth $2, unless it is in CRISP, Uncirculated condition. The 2003 note, Unc. is worth $6, the 2003A also $6. Of course you will have to find a Currency Dealer who will buy it! ~ Huao Crazy answer. Pretty much all the $2 bills I get from the bank are in "Crisp, Uncirculated" condtion. A $2 bill is worth .......YES, no kidding.... $2.
For Blue Seal notes :well-worn = $35lightly worn = $80crisp uncirculated = $150For Red Seal notes :well-worn = $120lightly worn = $580crisp uncirculated = $1500... as of 12/22/09
It's value would depend on it's age and condition. An uncirculated example of the current issue note would be worth about $20. One from 1963 would be worth $135 or even $500 in uncirculated condition, depending on the signatures. A modern circulated note, even in crisp condition is worth exactly five pounds in any shop.
A very good condition circulated note is worth $15-$20 depending on signatures. A crisp uncirculated one is worth $300-$375.
A mint condition uncirculated L/N prefix is about $65. A crisp circulated one is about $8.
well-worn = $30 lightly worn = $70 crisp uncirculated = $140 ... as of 12/22/09
This is normal for 1950 $5 bills. In circulated condition, it has no added value. A gem crisp uncirculated note is worth about $15
A star note would have a slight collector value above face value, but only if the bill is in crisp uncirculated condition. It's not old enough of a series to be worth more.
There are two different varieties. As of 04/2013 approximate retail values are: Blue Seal notes : well-worn = $35; lightly worn = $55; crisp uncirculated = $90 Red Seal notes : well-worn = $200; lightly worn = $500; crisp uncirculated = $1350
In uncirculated condition, a 1950C $10 note retails for about $20. Serial numbers are generally not a determinant of value unless they're "unusual"; e.g. 00000005 or 123456789.
A perfect uncirculated note with a 7-digit serial number is worth $10. Ones with only 6-digits are worth $30. ($0.50 and $2 in Very Good, crisp used condition).
These beautiful large notes can be worth up to 50 or $60 in crisp-uncirculated condition - and even in average uncirculated condition, can be worth $15-$20 dollars. Unfortunately, the more damage done to the note over the years (folds, tears, and any staining), the lower its value will be.
There is no series of 1967 it's 1957, if it's a crisp star note value is $10.00. No star value is $5.00 if it's not crisp $1.25
If you mean a series 1957 silver certificate 1 dollar bill value may be $5.00 but only if it's a crisp uncirculated note with no folds, it's got to look like a new bill
A very common note, if it is absolutely perfect gem crisp uncirculated it may be worth about $15 -- anything less has no added value.Dan MooreThe Working Man's Rare Coinshttp://www.workingmancoins.com
A mint uncirculated Central Bank of Ireland 1 Pound note dated 1954, featuring Lady Hazel Lavery on the front, is worth $30, dropping to $2.40 in crisp, very good used condition.