Prices for Two Dollar 1896 Silver Certificates
Value Guide for 1896 Two Dollar Bank Notes
Denomination: Two Dollar Bank Note
Type: Silver Certificate
$2 Bill Front Picture:
Description: All silver certificates from 1896 are known as educational notes. They are very popular with collectors. The highly detailed vignette showing three women and two children has been a favorite since these were originally introduced for circulation.
Seal Type: 1896 is the last year that red seals were used on $2 silver certificates. All examples have the same spiked seal as you see on the example above.
Varieties: These 1896 $2 silver certificates can be signed by either Tillman and Morgan or Bruce and Roberts. Each variety is valued exactly the same in circulated condition.
Portraits: Robert Fulton & Samuel Morse
Value: We see a lot of 1896 $2 silver certificates. Prices for unimpaired notes start at about $250. Nice looking, but still technically circulated notes are going to be worth closer to $1,000. There is a great demand for notes in this series in the uncirculated 65 and higher grades. Those types of notes should sell for in excess of $4,000. Please contact us for exact pricing information.
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