What series is a 1976 US 2 dollar bill?

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The series of a bill in US currency refers to when the bill was last redesigned, not to the year it was printed, so 1976 IS the series.

The bill was redesigned in 1976 (the front looks pretty much the same, except that different people were Treasurer and Secretary of the Treasury than the last time the bill had been printed, and the 1976 serial numbers were printed in green rather than red, but the back is entirely different), so it's "Series 1976".

By convention, the year is updated for "major" changes, and a letter is added for "minor" changes. Changing the signature of the treasurer is considered a minor change; after 1974, changing the signature of the secretary of the treasury is considered a major change (prior to that, changing either signature was a minor change).

There are also series 1, series 2, etc. bills, but these are all from before the 20th century. At least by 1914 the new system where the series number represents the design year was in use, and all modern small-sized bills use this format.
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What is the value of a 1976 US 2 dollar bill?

If they are in absolutely perfect uncirculated condition, or ifthey have the first day issue stamp attached to them, you may get$2.50 to $3.00 for them from a dealer. Circulated ones are pretty much worth $2. Your bank probably stillhas a few bundles in the vault that haven't been touched. It dep ( Full Answer )

What are the sub series for 1928 US 2 dollar bills?

Series 1928 $2 bills were printed for 25 years. That long runproduced 8 sub series. The following dates are approximate; somebills with a particular letter may have been printed after theassociated Treasury official left office. . Plain: 04/1928 - 01/1929 . A: 01/1929 - 02/1932 . B: 02/1932 - 03 ( Full Answer )

What is the face value of a 1976 US 2 dollar bill?

The face value of any bill or coin is its denomination - i.e. the value printed / struck on its face. So, the face value of any $2 bill is 2 dollars. The collector value of a bill may be a lot higher or in some cases lower than its face value, though, depending on supply and demand. In the ca ( Full Answer )

What is the value of a 1976 US 2 dollar bill with a red seal?

Please check your bill again. The last red-seal US $2 bills were dated 1963. All 1976 and later $2 bills have been issued as familiar green-seal Federal Reserve Notes; these have no extra value unless they're crisp and uncirculated.

What is the value of a US Series 2 dollar bill?

$2 bills have been issued for over 150 years so more details are needed. Please post a new question with: > The bill's date > Its seal color > The series letter, if there is one, next to the date.

Series 1976 two dollar bill?

The series 1976 two dollar bill does not have enough age to it tobe a collectible item. Although amounts can change, currently a1976 two dollar bill is worth approximately four dollars inuncirculated condition.

What is the value of a 1976 K US 2 dollar bill?

Only one series of 1976 $2 bills was printed, so none of them wouldhave a series letter. A series letter is always next to (below orto the right) of the date. If the "K" is in the Federal ReserveSeal, it's the indicator letter for the Federal Reserve Bank thatdistributed the bill. Please see the qu ( Full Answer )

Where is the star on a 1976 2 dollar bill?

Most US bills don't have stars, regardless of denomination. A star is placed next the serial number only if a bill is a printed as replacement for one that was damaged during production and before being released. Serial numbers are used for security and record-keeping so the Treasury doesn't want ( Full Answer )

Who will buy 1976 series two dollar bills?

A dealer might pay a quarter or so extra IF they're crisp and uncirculated. Circulated ones are worth face value only so go ahead and spend them.

What is the value of a 1976 New York 2 dollar bill?

Two dollars. It's not from New York, though. Like all bills up to 1990 it was printed in Washington DC. It carries the seal and letter of the New York Federal Reserve District which distributed it.

How much is a 1976 first issue 2 dollar bill?

1976 first issue $2 bills can be worth a good amount if in good condition. If it has a post mark, it is worth up to $2 more. So a 1976 first issue $2 bill could be worth $3 to $4.

What is the value of a 1976 US 2 dollar bill with inverted serial numbers?

The error you're describing is called an inverted overprint. It canretail for $100 to $200 but the bill should be evaluated by adealer or appraiser who works with error currency. US bills are printed in multiple stages. An inverted overprinthappens when a sheet of paper on which bills have been par ( Full Answer )

Why are 1976 US 2 dollar bills stamped?

This shows that the bill is a first day issue of the new bicentennial $2 bill. you took it to a post office and it was with the date "APR 13 1976". 590,720,000 notes from 1976 were printed.

What is the value of a 1976 US 2 dollar bill with a bunny on it?

It's a novelty item made from a standard $2 bill. Novelty and gift shops sell them for several dollars but it has no collectible value except as a curiosity. They're also available with pictures of Daffy Duck, Santa Claus, Elvis Presley, etc. etc.

What is the value of a 1976 F US 2 dollar bill?

You're looking at the Federal Reserve District letter rather than the series letter. There was only one series of 1976 $2 bills printed, so there are no series letters. For other bills with additional series, the letter is next to the date. In any case all circulated $2 bills dated 1976 and later ( Full Answer )

Are there Mint errors on 1976 2 dollar bill?

There are no Mint errors on any bills because the Mint only makes coins. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing makes bills. In any case, there are no major printing errors known. The only errors that you might find are ordinary production errors that can occur on any bill - overprints, gutter fold ( Full Answer )

What is the value of a 1976 G US 2 dollar bill?

You're looking at the Federal Reserve District letter rather than the series letter. The series letter if any is next to the date. In any case all circulation $2 bills dated 1976 and later have no added value.

What is the value of a 1976 US 2 dollar bill red ink on the back?

Red ink was never used in printing 1976 $2 bills because they wereissued as Federal Reserve Notes at a time when the standard colorswere black, green, and white. It's possible your bill picked up additional colors from someexternal source like a bank wrapper, a security pen, etc. In any case, all ( Full Answer )

What is the value of a 1976 B US 2 dollar bill?

Only one series of 1976 $2 bills was printed, so none of them wouldhave a series letter. A series letter is always next to (below orto the right) of the date. If the "B" is in the Federal ReserveSeal, it's the indicator letter for the Federal Reserve Bank thatdistributed the bill. Please see the qu ( Full Answer )

What is the value of a 1976 E US 2 dollar bill?

There was only one series of 1976 $2 bills printed and it didn't have a series letter. You may be looking at either part of the serial number or the Federal Reserve District letter. There's more information at the Related Question.

What is the value of 1976 L US 2 dollar bill?

L is the Federal Reserve District letter rather than the series letter. The series letter if any is next to the date. In any case all circulation $2 bills dated 1976 and later have no added value.

What is the value of a 1976 H US 2 dollar bill?

There was only one series of 1976 $2 bills printed, so there are no series letters. Most likely you're looking at the Federal Reserve District letter rather than the series letter. So many of these bills were printed for the Bicentennial that they're still only worth face value if you get one in ( Full Answer )

How can you tell if you have a star note 2 dollar bill from 1976?

On modern U.S. currency, the serial number starts with one or twoletters, followed by eight numbers, and then one more letter. On astar note, the letter at the end is replaced with a star. Thismeans that the original bill was damaged during production, so thestar note is a replacement. Example: K604 ( Full Answer )

What is the value of a 1976 J US 2 dollar bill?

Only one series of 1976 $2 bills was printed, so none of them wouldhave a series letter. You're probably referring to the FederalReserve District letter; the series letter is always next to (belowor to the right) of the date. In any case 1976 $2 bills were printed in large numbers so eventoday they ( Full Answer )

What is the value of a 1976 and a 1958 US 2 dollar bill?

In circulated condition, a 1976 US $2 bill is only worth facevalue. The other bill, though, must have a different date because thereare no 1958 US banknotes of any denomination. Please check its dateagain and look for the question "What is the value of a [date] US 2dollar bill?" for values.

What is the value of a 1976 2 dollar bill with a B on it?

1976 is a common series for $2 bills, so they're generally only worth face value. If that B is to the left of Jefferson, inside a black circle, that's just the Federal Reserve Seal. B indicates New York.

What is the numeral 11 on a 1976 US 2 dollar bill?

If there's an 11 in each corner of the bill and the letter K inside the seal, they indicate that the bill was distributed by the Dallas Federal Reserve District. All US paper money is printed in Washington or Fort Worth (the latter since 1990), but different letters and numbers are printed on batch ( Full Answer )

What is the value of a 1976 A US 2 dollar bill?

There's no 1976-A series of $2 bills. All were printed in the firstseries which doesn't have a letter next to the date. You may bereferring to the Federal Reserve District letter.

How do you tell what district a 1976 2 dollar bill is from?

The easiest way is to look at the Federal Reserve Seal, located on the left side of the bill's front. The issuing district is shown in small type surrounding the large district ID letter. The term "issuing district" does NOT mean where the bill was printed, simply which Federal Reserve District r ( Full Answer )

Where is the Federal Reserve District letter on a 1976 US 2 dollar bill?

It's inside the Federal Reserve Seal, located on the left side of the bill's front, very much like the seal on a $1 bill. The issuing district is shown in small type surrounding the large district ID letter. The term "issuing district" does NOT mean where the bill was printed, simply which Federal ( Full Answer )

What is the value of a 1976 C US 2 dollar bill?

Only one series of 1976 $2 bill was printed. You may be looking atthe Federal Reserve letter in the district seal rather than next tothe date. In any case so many were printed that they have no added value incirculated condition. A nice uncirculated one might retail for $3to $4.

What is the value of the 2 dollar 1976 bank of Chicago bill?

Any $2 bill of series 1976 or later is worth $2. Also, the Chicago designation simply indicates the Federal Reserve Bank that distributed the bill. It was actually printed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington.

What is the value of a 1976 D US 2 dollar bill?

Only one series of 1976 $2 bills was printed, so none of them wouldhave a series letter. A series letter is always next to (below orto the right) of the date. If the "D" is in the Federal ReserveSeal, it's the indicator letter for the Federal Reserve Bank thatdistributed the bill. In any case, in a ( Full Answer )

What is the value of a 1976 2 dollar bill with mismatched characters?

It's not clear what's meant by "mismatched characters". If thatphrase means that the two serial numbers are different, the errorcan be worth anywhere from $100 to $200 depending on the bill'scondition. Serial numbers are printed by a pair counters for each bill. Thecounters work a bit like an old-f ( Full Answer )

Where is the date on a 2003 A series US 2 dollar bill?

There is no specific date on modern U.S. currency. On currentbills, the series date changes when a new design is issued or a newTreasury Secretary is appointed. A letter is added after the datewhen a new Treasurer takes office. However the same date and lettermay be used for months or even years.