It looks like it doesn't make much difference whose signatures are on this partular issue or which federal reserve bank issued it. Uncirculated retail values range from $45 to $70 and the average dealer buy price for a circulated example is $12. The only exception is the one with a brown seal and "Hawaii" overprinted on both sides. That one could be worth $300.
If it has a green seal, $12.-$20. depending on how worn it is
If it has a blue seal, $13.-$30.
Face value if well-worn, up to about $175 if crisp and unfolded.
In circulated condition it does not have any significant collector value. A nice crisp uncirculated one is worth $25 to $30
If worn from circulation, face value to $70 depending on the amount of wear. If crisp and unfolded, series dates 1934, 1934C and 1934D retail for about $125; 1934A and B are about $175.
This is a question that has to have additional information. According to the magazine, Coins , there are two different 1934A Federal Reserve Note listed. the range of prices go from $100.00 to 1500.00 depending on which one you have and the condition it is in. My advice is to take the bill to a large coin shop and get a valuation.
Sorry, there is no such bill.
William McKinley was on the $500 bill for 1928, 1934, and 1934A
It's still worth one dollar.
I would like to the current value of excellent condition of 1862 US series 268 1 dollar bill.
It is worth face value unless it is uncirculated.
Face value only.
According to Friedbergs' Paper Money of the United States, $20 Federal Reserve notes included 1934, 1934A, 1934B, 1934C, and 1934D-no F.
It is about 23$ in red seal.
$5 to $10 in average circulated condition
I for got to say its a ten dollar bill
The series 1976 $2 bill is common and still worth $2.
Unless it's crisp and uncirculated, face value only
Face value to $140 depending on the amount of wear.
The value is determined by the series (date) and condition.
Despite their age, $20 bills from the 1950 series rarely sell for more than a dollar or two above face value.
Assuming the bill was taken from circulation but has little or no wear: If it has a blue seal, around $30 (retail) If it has a green seal, around $20.
Check that bill again. There are no $2 bills with a series year of 1979.