Check Your $2 Bills — They Could Be Worth Upwards of $4,500

Think twice before using a $2 bill that's burning a hole in your pocket to make a purchase at a business.

The bill itself might be thousands of dollars more valuable than two dollars.

According to the website of U.S. Currency Auctions (USCA), specific $2 bills can sell for up to $4,500 on the collectors market.

The majority of the truly priceless ones were published in the 19th century. Yet if you have the appropriate bill,

even those printed within the previous 30 years might be worth hundreds of dollars. The first $2 bill was created in 1862, and it is still in use today.

A makeover in 1869 replaced the bill's original picture of Alexander Hamilton with one of Thomas Jefferson.

According to WFLA, which cited data from the U.S. Treasury Department, the most current $2 bill was created in 1963.

The $2 bill will probably be worth more than its face value on the collectibles market if it was issued and produced before 1976.

Sometimes, it might only be worth $2.25. Uncirculated notes from 1890 have the highest value, which is $4,500 or more,

however the majority of those bills have values between $550 and $2,500. Regardless of whether the bill has a red or brown seal, the values are the same.

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