Assuming you have a $1 note that is from a series within the last 10 years, I see these selling on eBay all the time for $2-$3
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.
$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.
This is normal for 1950 $5 bills. In circulated condition, it has no added value. A gem crisp uncirculated note is worth about $15
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.
A very good condition circulated note is worth $15-$20 depending on signatures. A crisp uncirculated one is worth $300-$375.
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.