Series 1928-E $2.00 United States Notes (also known as Legal Tender or Red Seals) have the lowest printing of the series. This note features a large "TWO" on the right, a must have for type!
- These $2 Red Seals were issued beginning in 1945.
- Housed in an archival quality currency sleeve.
- This note is from series 1928-E and graded CU-66 EPQ condition by PMG.
- Face: A portrait of President Thomas Jefferson.
- Back: An engraving of Jefferson's Virginia home, Monticello.
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Although they are still legal tender, their red seals and serial numbers make them great collector’s items. Add this tough issue to your collection while it lasts!
Julian/Vinson signatures—Friedberg #1506.
United States Notes were adopted for circulation during the Civil War in 1862 in denominations from One through One Thousand Dollars. The $2 denomination remained when we converted to small size notes in 1928 and continued until the early 1960s when the denomination was discontinued. The deuce was revived in 1976 as a Federal Reserve Note.
Series 1928-E $2 United States Notes had the lowest number printed (less than 6.5 million), of the whole 1928 series making these notes sought after by collectors.