APMEX offers a fine selection of $2.00 Federal Reserve notes, issued from 1976 to date. Federal Reserve notes are the small sized paper currency still used in the U.S. today. Once printed in denominations of $1.00 through $10,000, now $100 is largest denomination printed in these notes. Federal Reserve notes are the country’s only form of paper money issued since the mid-1960s.
The face of the $2.00 Federal Reserve Note features a portrait of Thomas Jefferson. The back of the $2.00 Federal Reserve Note features a reproduction of the painting The Declaration of Independence by John Trumbull.