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357maglover
I'm very new in paper collecting but been in coins for long time but here's my start. Worth keeping? thanks for any positive info God bless America 15917664370297063626620002215904.jpg  nevermind the dollar on bottom lol 15917666024511417520643429759596.jpg  15917664981108780226821407401244.jpg never mind this dollar bill lol it's going on next post thank ya 
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TookyBandit
Too modern, no premium over face value unless there’s a printing error or a fancy serial number.
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mfontes
You have to start somewhere. Put them aside and explore the wonderful world of currency collecting. Everyone has their preference in what to collect.  I still have some of my first notes in my collection. 
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Springfield

Welcome to the forum. I enjoy collecting $2 notes also. You may want to check out the $2 United States notes. They have red seals and were issued before 1976. 

Forum member Gelras has many certified $2 notes on EBay under the same ID if you want to expand your collection. Send him a forum private message for better prices. 

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tigertrader

I have some those in my collection from my early days as well!

I do think they are worth a premium. I would say $10 each but there are people who would not pay that and some that would pay more...

Sold results: https://www.ebay.com/sch/40029/i.html?_from=R40&_nkw=2003+%242+star&rt=nc&LH_Sold=1&LH_Complete=1  
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webhead88a
Dealer prices on the $2 2003 I* go up to $20.  If you're going to sell, you may get around half that.  There were 3.2 million of these printed, so not a rare star note - but $2 notes, especially stars, have a wide appeal and are very collectible in my opinion.  If you got them for face value you are ahead of the game!  
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BABYSITR
I would keep them for sure,and I do! hard to sell them though, small collector base. Keep looking for the "key" 2003a star...they're hard to find "in the wild"
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MEC2
Sup Dirty Harry... did you get the notes at face value? Then heck YES keep them. Unless this type is a focus for what you want to do, I wouldn't go out of my way to acquire them, but if you have them, why not?
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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
All modern CU star notes have value over face, especially if GEM or better. Keep them !

Some modern stars have value even in VF if rare. The $10 2013 ME star block is a great example, as 64,000 were printed and almost none known.
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larry510
TookyBandit wrote:
Too modern, no premium over face value unless there’s a printing error or a fancy serial number.


Agreed.  
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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
I did a search for you on eBay sold listings, and they sell for around $15 each.

Lowest price was $5.50, and the highest was $40 (a slabbed 67Q). Low serial numbers sell for much more according to eBay sold listings. 

As I said above, all CU star notes have some value over face, though often time not a whole lot.
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Timbuk3
Keep' um !!! 👍
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