This note is part of a short lived type issued in the early 1890s in denominations of $1 through $1,000. The high denominations of this type are some of the great rarities in U.S. paper money.
- One of the most short-lived issues of U.S. paper money printed in the early 1890s.
- Housed in an archival quality currency sleeve.
- This note is in Very Good condition.
- Face: Depicts the portrait of James B. McPherson, a general in the Union Army during the Civil War killed during the Battle of Atlanta in 1864 is at right.
- Back: Displays the obligation language at bottom center with the denomination in multiple places and styles.
- Features a Large Brown Treasury seal.
These notes are collectible due to their brief issue and low printing. Although this note has seen much circulation, it has just good honest wear with no distractions. Add this 1890 $2.00 Treasury Note to your cart today!
Rosecrans/Huston signature combo—Friedberg #353.
Although titled as Treasury Notes, the obligation boldly stating these could be redeemed IN COIN led to them being referred to as Coin Notes.