I have a $2 1976 bill that was postmarked on April 14, 1976 at the U.S. Department of the Treasury Post Office?
building on 14th street in Washington, DC. The post office and cash room which were located in the main Treasury Building in 1976 are no longer in existence....Is the bill worth anything ?
- d.k.Lv 68 years agoFavorite Answer
Wow! Might want to put that in a safe deposit box for the grandkids...
- Anonymous8 years ago
Actually, the earliest issue was April 13, 1976, because it was issued on Thomas Jefferson's birthday (April 13) in the Bicentennial Year, 1976. As the other person pointed out, they will always be worth $2.00, but if it is in good condition, it may be worth more, and I think you should save it, just for the history of it.
- 8 years ago
Yes. The reason for the postmark was to certify that it was the first day issued. At one time, the bill was probably in a drawer, uncirculated, and dated. It will always be worth $2.00, but today it's going for around $3.50 depending on what condition. Very cool find. Had a few as a kid, but bought candy with them.
- mickLv 44 years ago
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