Series of 1918 Two Dollar Federal Reserve Bank Note Star – Values and Pricing
|Year: 1918||Type: Two Dollar Federal Reserve Bank Note||Variety: Star Note|
|Total 1918 $2 Star Notes Known To Exist: between 80 and 100|
|We purchase all $2 1918 star notes. Send us an email with a picture of yournote, firstname.lastname@example.org. We will respond quickly with our opinion and offer.|
|Description: Series of 1918 $2 star notes are out there, but they are rarely found in the wild. Despite their rarity these notes do come in high grades surprisingly frequently. The note below is from New York and has a serial number that starts with a B. The serial number could start with any letter A – L. The Federal Reserve Banks of Boston, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Richmond, Atlanta, Chicago, St. Louis, Minneapolis, Kansas City, Dallas, and San Francisco also issued series of 1918 $2 star notes.
As with all collectible currency, the value of 1918 two dollar star notes is based on the condition of the note, the actual serial number, and the signature combination. Send us an email for exact pricing.
|Variations: There are a total of 34 different signature combinations that could exist for the series of 1918 $2 star note. However, to date there are only 20 or so reported. That means that this is an excited series to collect because of all the new discovery possibilities.
We highly encourage you to send pictures of your 1918 $2 star note so that we can check for rare varieties.
|Other: If your 1918 $2 bill doesn’t have a star symbol in the serial number, then you have a regular issue serial number. Learn more about regular 1918 $2 bills here.|