$2 bills, featuring Thomas Jefferson, have always intrigued us. But are they valuable?

$2 bills are scarce, making up only 0.001% of all US currency.

Surprisingly, the Bureau still prints them regularly.

Most $2 bills from 1976 onwards are worth face value, except for rare exceptions.

Bills with star markings near the serial number can be worth $5 to $50.

Bills from 1862-1918 can be worth at least $100 in good condition.

Uncirculated bills from that era can fetch $500 to $10,000 or more.

Most newer $2 bills are only worth $2, but older ones could be valuable collectibles.

Keep an eye out for these intriguing bills in your wallet!

Delve into the world of currency collecting and potentially discover hidden gems among your $2 bills.