>I have a series of 100, 1976 $2 bills in numerical order. They are from
>the Kansas City federal reserve bank. Is there a premium on them. If
>so, how much. And, is anybody interested in them? We are getting
>to move and I want to sell them if possible. Thanks.
Your notes (assuming they are crisp uncirculated with no folds) catalog
at $4 each. Those with an asterisk (*) at the end of the serial numbers
catalog at $6. However, since the '76 series is current and still being
printed from time to time, you would find it difficult to get more than a
few cents over face value when selling them. The fact that they are in
numerical sequence also has little effect on their value at this point,
for the same reason. 50-100 years from now you may see some appreciation.
In the meantime you are losing 12 to 20 cents a year in interest on each
$2. They are definitely not investment material.
Alan Herbert - Contributing Editor - Krause Publications - "The
World's Largest Hobby Publisher"