I have a series 1953 two dollar bill. Red numbers A 44117534 and a red seal.
At the top it reads United States Note, on the bottom, The United States of America will pay to the bearer on demand two dollars Signed by Priest and Guen?? flurry. It has a J in the upper left side of the bill, below that it reads "This note is a legal tender at its face value for all debts public and private". On the right lower side it has a J and a 12 (the 12 is considerably smaller than the J). It does have a crease down the middle, and a pin hole on the very top edge as well as the outside edges of both sides. I was just wondering if it could be worth more than just a couple of dollars?