Series of 1928G Two Dollar Bill – Red Seal Legal Tender – Values and Pricing
When it comes to 1928 two dollar bills, the series of 1928G is the most common of the already pretty common. Series of 1928G red seal two dollar bills are extremely common and available. A heavily circulated example barely even carries a premium. A nice looking example can be bought for around $10. Choice uncirculated notes still bring around $50, but they certainly aren’t rare.
Like all red seal two dollar legal tender notes, the series of 1928G $2 notes features Thomas Jefferson on the front and Monticello on the back.
1928G two dollar bills can be from the DA block or the EA block; neither block carries a premium. A total of just over 52 million 1928G two dollar bills were printed. The reason 1928G two dollar bills are so common has to do with their actual print dates.
Series of 1928G $2 bills were printed between June 1949 and January 1953. These dates coincide with when Georgia Neese Clark and John W Snyder were in office together. As you can see, the year 1928 really has nothing to do with when 1928G two dollar bills were actually printed. The fact that these notes command the premiums they do over 1953 two dollar bills is amazing. They are basically the same note issued just a few months apart in some cases.
Series of 1928G $2 star notes were also printed. To learn more about 1928G $2 star notes click here.
We are aggressive buyers of 1928G $2 red seal notes. We are especially looking to buy uncirculated notes, consecutive runs, and any star notes. Please contact us to tell us what you have.