Olevian Numismatic Rarities
$2 United States Currency Set of 5 // Red & Green Seals // Lightly Circ. to Uncirculated // 1928 to 2003 // Deluxe Collector's Pouch
Since the introduction of federally issued paper money in 1861, several forms of U.S. currency have been produced. This set highlights 2 key types of American paper money, dating from the Great Depression to the modern era, that are highly sought after by both collectors and enthusiasts of American history alike.
Each set includes 5 different $2 bills—three red seal legal tender notes dated 1928, 1953, and 1963; as well as 2 green seal federal reserve notes dated 1976 and 2003. Each note depicts a portrait of Thomas Jefferson on the front, while the reverse of the red seal notes depicts his Monticello estate. As commemoration of the American Bicentennial, the 1976 $2 issue was the first note to feature John Trumbull’s beautiful rendition of the signing of the Declaration of Independence on the reverse, based on the original painting commissioned by Congress in 1817.
Your product is guaranteed to be genuine and will match the quality of the notes shown. Each note will be housed in an archival-quality plastic sleeve and presented in a luxurious black velvet bag with certificate of authenticity.
8"L x 4.25"W x 0.1"H
- OriginUnited States
— Set Of Five $2 Bills
— 3 Red Seal & 2 Green Seal Legal Tender Notes
— Dated 1928, 1953, 1963, 1976, & 2003
— Housed in an Archival-Quality Plastic Sleeve
— Presented in a Black Velvet Bag
— Certificate or Authenticity Included
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