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    1928 G, 2 Dollar Bill, Clark/Snyder, Red Seal

    Asked Feb 8, 2009, 06:25 AM 12 Answers
    I hope the attched pictures wiil help provide someone with the information needed to give me some information on this bill. All information will be appreciated, especially estimated, current value if possible.

    Thank you.

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    Feb 9, 2009, 02:50 AM

    Hi, LHATS_2008!

    You have a nice piece of currency there! Amazing and beautiful design on the obverse and reverse of it!

    Looks to me like it would probably be graded Fine to Very Fine.

    Flying Blue Eagle is an Expert on this site who has the current documentation concerning the possible monetary value of such currency. As such, I'm hopeful that he'll be along sometime soon to address your post.

    I do know that he's been having some health problems, so hopefully, that's not why he hasn't been around in a couple of days.

    Thanks!
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    Feb 11, 2009, 12:17 AM

    LHATS_2008 - A LITTLE ADVISE< GO TO WHERE COIN AND CURRENCY ITEMS ARE SOLD AND GET YOU A SPECIAL TYPE PLASTIC POCKET HOLDER(CLEAR) TO KEEP THIS NICE PIECE OF CURRENCY OK <DO NOT LET IT GET ANY MORECREASES OR FOLDS IN IT : PUT IT WHERE IT Won't HAPPEN :: LOOKING IN MY BOOK ON THIS CURRENCY AND THE CONDITION AND GRADE OUT OF THE CURRENCY BOOK I BELIEVE THAT IT COULD GO AS ( ABOUT UNCIRCULATED < AT THE VERY LEAST (EXT-
    REMELY FINE: THE Book Value for UNC-63 IS
    #1508. -VG-20, $10.00 UNC-63 $45.00
    #1508 * $55.00 $450.00
    ONE that is EXF-45 wopuld be about #1508
    .- $20.00 :: AU-50 or 55 $40.00 ;;#1508- *
    VF-20 - $55.00 ::UNC-63 $ 450.00:: #1508.- 65.00 ;; 1508 * - ABU-%) or 55 $550.00 to $600.00:: HISTORY :: THIS note was first issued in 1929 but is dated 1928;; up to 1966:: MADE under the act of May 3, 1878 & was to be maintainted at $346,861,016 Which the treasury adheres to today :: THE 1928 $2.00 dollar note had 16 different date series on them ,starting with 1928 through. 1928G series;
    every time there was a change in the bill design or there was a change in the ssignatures (ONE OR BOTH the date series changed EXP. 928<1928A, 1928B , ECT ECT; on up to 1928G:: IF YOU WERE TO sell this note ,TRY to sell it to a collectopr ;; That is where you will get the best value, no coin shop or a PAWN shop; IF you ever want to ,come back on to this site ( COLLECTABLES ) and ask the question for the money collecters soycity and I or some one will tell you how to get in touch with them :: hope I have helped you out ;; IF I have (RATE MY ANSWER : GOD BLESS:: F.B.E.
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    Feb 11, 2009, 12:32 AM

    That's an excellent idea about protecting the currency, F.B.E.

    I hadn't even thought about that! Most of my paper currency isn't in all that good of shape. However, my best coins that I have, I do have "under wraps" of some kind.

    Thanks!
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    Feb 12, 2009, 12:31 AM
    Clough- you are very welcome and I hope others read this :: Also it is very important to lay currency( flat)
    To where they won't get any bends or wrinkles :: Have agood one <see you later ::god bless f.b.e.
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    Feb 12, 2009, 01:07 AM

    You always make excellent points, F.B.E.

    Thanks!
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    Jul 26, 2011, 09:02 PM
    I also have a 1928G red seal $2 bill. It is in the same condition as the one in question. I was also looking for the value of this bill. I was to that it could be worth any were from $10 to $450. I can't decide to sell it or keep it a little long. I would like to see it go to a collector, if I can find one. How do get in contact with them?
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    Jun 6, 2012, 07:29 PM
    Have three 2 dollar bills... 2 of themhave stamps on them one is bicentennial,1976 in excellent condition, and the other one is1963
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    Jun 16, 2012, 07:06 PM
    Hello Flying Blue Eagle,

    Are you there? I read your post from 2009 regarding collectors and I'd like to get in touch with one or more collectors in the West Los Angeles area. I have three $2 1928 G series, one in good condition, two with some darkening like someone had stippled them. Also, 4 $2 bills series 1963, 1 series 1963 A, 2 series 1953, 6 Series 1953 A, 4 series 1953 B, 3 series 1953 C, and 40 series 1976 -- all are $2 bills.

    If you get this, I'd love to hear your advice on how to contact collectors in WLA.

    Thank you and warm best wishes from
    Lucy
    Lucyhahn1000@yahoo.com
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    Jul 25, 2012, 05:25 PM
    We have a 1928 G Series, Red Seal $2 Note, with F on top Left, Bottom Right says, "F492", on the back says, "352". The Serial Number Starts with D and ends with A. It is creased, but not ripped, I would more than likely grade it around a "fine" description. We are interested in finding approximately what it is worth.
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    Aug 21, 2012, 12:37 PM
    I also have a 1928G series $2 bill. With quite a few wrinkles, but is still in good to very good condition. Was glad to see your response, Flying blue Eagle! Looks like SEVERAL people have the 1928 $2 bills. I didn't realize they were that popular! I'm holding this one for my granddaughter some day, as her dad gave it to her when she was smaller. Hopefully, she'll be able to sell it some day for a little money, along with other bills and coins we have. Good luck everyone on your money discoveries!
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    Nov 17, 2012, 11:29 PM
    I have four two dollar bills (1928 Series G, 1953 Series with no #, 1953 Series C, and 1963 Series) all in fair to good condition. I wand to sell them, where do I find a collecter?
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    Nov 17, 2012, 11:34 PM
    I have four two dollar bills for sale (1928 Series G, 1953 Series, 1953 Serial C, and 1963 Series), all in fair to good condition.
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