1953 $2 Legal Tender
Being offered today is a rare $2 Dollar 1953 series Legal Tender Note in Choice Uncirculated condition.
A Legal Tender Note is designated by the Red Seal on the right center of the note. Each note is centered very well, and the ink really pops. The colors are bright and bold. All of the notes offered here have fantastic eye appeal with no sign of wear on the corners or the sides. All of the corners and edges of the notes are crisp and clean. There are no pinholes, rips, stains, or tears. The notes are also from the first block of A-A that were printed. Each note will be encased in a long-term preservation holder to enhance the presentation and protect against tampering.
The 1953 $2 dollar Legal Tender has 4 different notes in the series. They start at 1953 and then go from 1953 to 1953 “C”. The reason for the different types of notes is that when the “Treasurer of the United States” or the “Secretary of the Treasury” changes, by law they must print notes bearing their name. That is how the series works, or any other dated currency with multiple lettering in the series. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing or BEP will print hundreds of millions of “backs” of notes for a series. Then print a set number of “fronts” of the notes as needed for the series with the correct Treasurer of The United States or Secretary of The Treasury. You can locate their signatures on the bottom left side and bottom right side of the front of the note. The signatures on these notes are Priest on the left and Humphrey on the right.
As an added bonus, when you purchase multiple items from this series, they will be arranged in consecutive order whenever possible.
- OriginUnited States
— $2 Dollar 1953 Legal Tender Note
— Choice Uncirculated (CU) Condition
— Encased In A Long-term Preservation Holder
Shipping AvailabilityCanada, United States
Shipping PolicyStandard Ground Shipping
Ship In1-2 weeks ⓘ
Return PolicyFinal sale, not eligible for return or cancellation