If you never thought to hold on to your old-school discontinued two dollar bills, prepare to kick yourself, because the one you used to buy a pack of gum with in ’95 could now be worth $20, 000.
Not all two dollar bills are worth ten thousand times their original market price. Only 1986-series bill with an AUH-prefix on the seven digit serial number below the bill’s pic is worth the whopping 20 grand. One of the five still remaining was sold in Toronto a few months back, with $20, 00 as the starting price.
For those youngins who have no clue what a two-dollar bill is, they were the precursor to the toonie. Once the two-dollar coin came about, printing of the two-dollar bill ended on February 18, 1996. The worth of a two-dollar bill can fluctuate, depending on year and condition, with the AUH-version being the cream of the cash crop.
Start flipping cushions and excavating your grandparents’ money jars, ‘cuz who knows what kind of cash you could find.
Story via MTL Blog