We are Sure Bet News BTC famous casinos not on gamstop reviews
News from around the world

$2 Bill Could Worth Thousands, Depending On Age And Condition


This might be your lucky day if you have any old $2 bills lying around.

The U.S. Currency Auctions’ Pricing guide states that a $2 bill, also known as the “Tom” because it features the portrait of the third President of the United States, Thomas Jefferson, may be worth as much as $5,000, depending on a number of variables.

According to the U.S. Currency Auctions guide, uncirculated $2 bills from before 1917 may bring in more than $1,000.

According to the guide, 1890 uncirculated bills with a red seal could fetch as much as $4,000.

The world’s largest currency auction house, Heritage Auctions, reports that a 2003 $2 bill with a low serial number recently brought $2,500 at auction.

According to Art Pinto, manager of Legacy Coins and Curiosities in Lutz, Florida, a $2 bill’s value can be determined by a number of factors.

Pinto told FOX 13 that newer bills are probably worth face value because they have a green seal. A red seal indicates that the bill is probably older, and its value usually starts to rise.

“If you’re looking for a high dollar $2 bill, it would be pre-1900, and it would have to be in a very high condition graded condition,” said Pinto. 

As of 2017, 1.2 billion $2 bills with a face value of $2.4 billion were in circulation, according to the U.S. Currency Education Program.

Related posts

18-Year-Old Defender Leny Yoro Signs With Manchester United From Lille


Vice President Kamala Harris Takes Center Stage as Biden Isolates with COVID


U.S Men’s Basketball Team Edges Out Australia In Second Pre-Olympic Scrimmage


Aces Rally Behind Kate Martin Following Injury Against Chicago Sky


Detroit Lions Have Second-Most Top 10 NFL Players


Video: Tiger Woods Struggles at British Open Amid Calls for Retirement


Leave a Comment